The Dapper Patz
The Dapper Patz is classic Hair at its very best. Rakish, coiffed and just enough height to make us understand why FKA Twigs fell so hard for the man attached to it.
The Party Patz
Lustrous, voluminous and devil-may-care disheveled, this is The Dapper Patz after three margaritas. The Hair accompanies Pattinson to the 2015 Vanity Fair Oscar Party where it no doubt proceeded to charm its way through the throngs of A-listers.
The Hair embraced its inner X-Men at the Berlin premiere of Life, in which it stars alongside the hair of Sir Ben Kingsley and Aussie Joel Edgerton.
The Pattinson Patch (front)
The internet went into meltdown when The Hair debuted this avant-garde look at the GO GO Gala in Beverly Hills in 2014. While masquerading as an ordinary cut from the front...
The Pattinson Patch (back)
the style revealed a radical, bald undercut with a rectangular patch at the back that would put many a bikini waxer to shame.
The Envy of Every Man Everywhere
In town to promote The Rover at the Cannes Film Festival, The Hair was revealed to adoring onlookers as a textbook short back and sides so perfect that it brought a tear to the eye of even the most cynical of men around the globe.
Private Patz (First Class)
When the actor stepped on to the red carpet for the German premiere of Bel Ami, The Hair was noticeably absent due to Pattinson's severe military style buzz cut.
At Comic-Con to chat with fans about Twilight: Breaking Dawn, The Hair proceeded to instead break the internet due to the fact that half of it seemed to be missing. It was soon revealed that this unhappy turn of events was for Pattinson's role in David Cronenberg's Cosmopolis. Never desert us again, half the Hair, never desert us again.
While the British heartthrob took home the highly esteemed and much coveted Choice Male Hottie at the 2009 Teen Choice Awards, The Hair once again stole the show thanks to sheer height alone. Twilight co-star Kellan Lutz even went so far as to attribute the vampire franchise's massive success to the lure of the star's impressive locks.
The Parisian Patz
Feeling coy, The Hair accessorised with this delightful little beanie-beret hybrid at the MTV studios in Times Square for a television appearance in 2008.
We are going to blame the fact the The Hair was on Italian time for this particular incarnation when it appeared at the Rome Film Festival in back 2008. While it does look as though it was scraped off the floor along with a collection of Nirvana and Pearl Jam records, it remains invitingly mussed.
The Vintage Vampire
Classic Edward Cullen, this is The Hair that started it all. Positively buoyant, artfully rumpled and irresistibly strokable, legions of teens around the world fell to their knees, worshipping at the altar of The Hair.
The Potter Patz
Also known as The Baby Patz, The Hair first fluttered on to the mainstream silver screen as the dreamy but doomed Cedric Diggory in 2005's Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.