The Changing Faces Of Justin Timberlake
As 'Suit And Tie' singer Justin Timberlake celebrates his 33rd birthday, we take a look back at his changing faces throughout the years. (Any excuse to take another look at those N Sync curls!)
1. Justin Timberlake: The '1998' Face
Let us take you back to 1998, when N Sync were in their prime following the release of their debut album *NSYNC and Justin Timerblake was rocking oversized clothes, questionable sunglasses and had classic 90's highlights. It's quite the picture!
2. Justin Timberlake: The '2000' Face
This is possibly our favourite photo of Justin to ever exist, a young-faced Timberlake somehow manages to strangely pull off tight curls and blonde highlights, although we don't think it'll be making a comeback any time soon.
3. Justin Timberlake: The '2002' Face
At the beginning of his solo career Justin went for the more mature look, keeping some light facial hair and almost completely ditching the blonde.
4. Justin Timberlake: The '2003' Face
In the 'Justified' era JT made a bold move, shaving off his signature locks, but the star kept his facial hair for the 'Rock Your Body' video. His face certainly changes the most between 02' and 03' as he starts to look more of a man.
5. Justin Timberlake: The '2006' Face
In 2006 JT released the hit album 'Future Sex Love Sounds,' it was only his second solo project and would be his last for seven years as he began to have a stronger focus on his acting career.
6. Justin Timberlake: The '2008' Face
At 27 Justin went for a scruffier look, growing his beard to the longest its been yet and allowing some hair to form on his previously naked head!
7. Justin Timberlake: The '2010' Face
In 2010, Justin Timberlake attended 'The Social Network' photocall with a more rugged look and, for the first time, wearing some thick-framed glasses.
8. Justin Timberlake: The '2014' Face
We have a feeling that at some point between 2011 and 2014 Justin began a love-affair with straighteners. He's a far cry from the baby-faced boy that wore blue-tinted glasses back in '98, but much like his music, 16 years on we still love Justin Timberlake's face.