Jason Momoa Had A Radical Change Of Look: "Here’s To New Beginnings"
Jason Momoa, one of the most coveted men on the planet, decided to make a radical change of look. He gave up for his signature long hair for a good cause though, not to impress women.
Jason Momoa shared a video on Instagram and urged the people of the world to protect the earth and waters from plastics.
"Here's to new beginnings let’s spread the aloha. be better at protecting our land and oceans. we need to cut single-use plastics out of our lives and out of our seas. plastic bottles, plastic bags, packaging, utensils all of it. let’s aloha our ‘āina together aloha j," Aquaman captioned his post on Instagram.
Jason Momoa's Dramatic Change Of Look Draws Attention
"I’m tired of these plastic bottles," Jason Momoa — who is a United Nations Environment Program Advocate for Life Below Water — said in the video.
"We got to stop. Plastic forks. All that s—t. It just goes into our land, into our ocean," Jason Momoa added.
Aqua man said he is in Hawaii while filming the haircut and that he’d witnessed ocean pollution in action during his visit. He asked people of the world for help to clean the ocean and advocated against sing-use plastics.
"It’s just so sad, so please, anything you can do to eliminate single-use plastics in your life. Help me," Mamoa said while his famous hair was leaving him.
Jason Momoa's HairCut - A Real Sacrifice
Jason Momoa’s long hair was an integral part of his look for years and his dedication to hair accessories was so strong he even launched his own scrunchie collection, according to Page Six.
"My wife would leave me if I cut my hair so I just don’t cut my hair," Momoa said of his ex, Lisa Bonet, in a 2018 Daily Telegraph interview. "I am not cutting my hair for a while, I will tell you that much."
Yet, now he did it for a good cause. And this is not the first time when the sex symbol actor dramatically changes his look to draw the attention of the people to a good cause.
In 2019 Jason Momoa shaved his beard for the first time since 2012 to announce his bottled water venture: his own company, Mananalu Pure Water, which sells water in infinitely recyclable aluminum cans and removes one plastic bottle from the ocean for each counterpart purchased.