• Give a Gift
  • Customer Service
  • Promotions
  • Videos
  • Blogs
  • Win
  • Games

Did Game of Thrones' Kit Harington Chop Off His Hair?

Say it isn't so.

Share

Game of Thrones is known for a lot of things—incest, mass killings, and some seriously heartbreaking weddings— but one of our favorite things to love about GoT is the lustrious mane of Jon Snow, better known off screen as Kit Harington. And we know we're not alone in our love of his long silky strands. That's why when the trailer for Harington's upcoming BBC drama, Testament of Youth, a World War I-era romance, hit the internet over the weekend, fans of Snow's signature luscious locks were aghast. How could he get rid of his signature look for another part?

But all these worries were for naught, as it is actually part of Harington's contract with HBO that he can't cut his hair. Instead, for the Testament of Youth, he cut a sliver of his hair off in order to fit it underneath a wig. Thank you, HBO, for looking out for our sanity. 

We're toasting to the false alarm with a few more photos of Westeros' favorite mane. 


Share

post a comment

Connect with Marie Claire:
Advertisement
horoscopes
daily giveaway
One (1) winner will receive a year’s supply of makeup products from L’Oréal Paris (ARV: $188) and a year’s supply of hair products from L’Oréal Paris (ARV: $108).

One (1) winner will receive a year’s supply of makeup products from L’Oréal Paris (ARV: $188) and a year’s supply of hair products from L’Oréal Paris (ARV: $108).

enter now
You Know You Want More
Special Offer
Link Your Marie Claire Account to Facebook
Welcome!

Marie Claire already has an account with this email address. Link your account to use Facebook to sign in to Marie Claire. To insure we protect your account, please fill in your password below.

Forgot Password?

Thanks for Joining

Your information has been saved and an account has been created for you giving you full access to everything marieclaire.com and Hearst Digital Media Network have to offer. To change your username and/or password or complete your profile, click here.

Continue
Your accounts are now linked

You now have full access to everything Marie Claire and Hearst Digital Media Network have to offer. To change your settings or profile, click here.

Continue