The long and colorful history of Jared Leto's hair
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/ Updated / Source: TODAY
By Erin Clements
Jared Leto's luscious locks have been a topic of interest since he starred as Jordan Catalano on "My So-Called Life" in 1994.
Throughout his two decades of fame, the actor has sported more hairstyles than most of us do in a lifetime, from platinum to pink and man-bun to mohawk. Most recently, he has been seen with a neon green 'do for his latest flick, "Suicide Squad."
Below, we present a visual history of Leto's ever-evolving mane.
Catalano was the definition of high school heartthrob with his floppy hairdo on "My So-Called Life."
Leto went for a tougher — and lighter — look for his role in "Fight Club."
Things got more twisted when the actor tried out this braided style.
The "Thirty seconds to Mars" singer went through an emo phase.
Leto put a colorful spin on the style a year later, adding red tips.
A fresh chop and a crisp suit made for a dapper look.
Next, it was straight, sleek and blond.
Leto has also been known to rock a mohawk.
Then he went short and blond.
Leto went back to his roots after that.
Just when you thought he was keeping a low profile, he busted out this punky, pink 'do.
Leto further kept things interesting by removing his eyebrows.
Next, Leto debuted long, loose locks.
Then, he went even longer (and ombré).
Leto's man-bun at the Golden Globes deserved its own award.
A year later, he outdid himself with a man-braid.
And recently, after chopping off his long locks, Leto debuted a bright green 'do for his upcoming movie, "Suicide Squad."