Goldie on Kurt’s facial hair: Goldie Kurt Hateful Eight Hair

Published: December 9, 2015

Goldie on Kurt’s facial hair: Goldie Kurt Hateful Eight Hair, Movember is now thankfully over, which means all of the ironic handlebars, mutton chops and Fu Manchus should be long gone at this point and the men in your life should have returned to their usual standard issue states of scruffiness. But some of us, like Goldie Hawn, are forced to live permanently in a mustachioed Groundhog’s Day scenario, in this case, courtesy of her partner Kurt Russell.

If Kurt Russell has been off your radar for the past year or so, you may have missed out (and I mean really missed out) on the spectacular facial fashions he’s been cultivating. Since signing on to Quentin Tarantino’s new revenge-fueled Western, The Hateful Eight, the actor has bumped his usual low-key scruff up to epic proportions. Russell grew out his silver hair to his shoulders and transformed his mustache into a bushy, unkempt horseshoe style that renders him a perfect hybrid of Jeff Bridges in True Grit and Deadwood‘s Al Swearengen.

But even though Russell’s overblown handlebar has been wooing audiences nationwide, according to ET Online, his longtime partner Goldie Hawn isn’t quite so enchanted with his voluptuous choice in facial hair. She claims that the ‘stache, which wasn’t just an aesthetic choice but “a lifestyle,” really put a damper on their love life, joking that due to those overgrown follicles, “It was like, ‘Where are those lips?’ I didn’t see them for a year and a half!”

But not all celebrity wives hate the facial hair their husbands take on to get into character. For example, Hugh Jackman as Blackbeard in Pan may look like a poor man’s Tim Curry mixed with Johnny Weir, but his wife Debora-Lee Furness is apparently in love with the look. Jackman told Entertainment Tonight, “She likes a bad boy. She actually said Blackbeard, that kind of attitude, that works for her.”


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