CHRIS Hughes made his reality TV debut this summer on ITV2’s hit show Love Island.
Entering a few days later with Johnny Mitchell, Chris Hughes has already made a name for himself on the hit dating show.
Although coupled up with Chloe, the hunk has had his fair share of drama with Kem’s partner Amber.
But long before his spectacular abs and perfectly preened eyebrows took over our week day evenings, Chris sported a very different look.
Well, four very different looks to be specific.
Having a casual stalk through the Love Island star’s Instagram page, we were left speechless by the amount of hair styles he’s managed to have rocked over the past few years.
Seriously, the dude has more looks than Kylie Jenner.
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So – without further ado – we give you Chris’ ever-changing hairstyles.
Taking a look at some of the star’s modelling shots, we spotted a look we like to call ‘The Justin Bieber.’
The flat-down swept across style reminds us so much of the 2010 version of Justin, it has now warranted this name.
One of the most shameless of the hairstyles has to be the very square style the star rocks in one of his selfies.
Sitting in his car, the stud can’t help but show off his looks – but we need to talk about the hair.
We’re naming this one ‘The Lego Hair’ as it appears that this style has simply been clipped on to his head.
This is where it gets good.
The look that Chris is currently sporting in the villa is a good one, and we advise that he sticks with it.
The casual sexy sweep-over is a look we can definitely get on board with.
We’ve saved the very best – and worst – until last.
A year ago, Chris was rocking a look which we can only refer to as ‘The Spike’ because – to be honest – Sonic The Hedgehog felt too mean.
A look inspired by the 90s and a ridiculous amount of hair gel, we don’t want to see this look make a comeback.
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