Pauly D is giving his followers a rare glimpse of his natural hair without his signature gel style. The 39-year-old teased his curly long locks and growing beard while bulking up in the gym on Thursday. Proving he’ll do anything for some likes, the “Jersey Shore: Family Vacation” star gave his followers what they wanted by unleashing his natural wild curls in a new TikTok video. Sporting his overgrown dark locks and impressive facial hair, the DJ shocked fans with the unkept look.
Going completely gel-free, Pauly D sported a navy blue tank top showing off his muscular arms and chiseled chest. Isolation hasn’t kept the MTV star from getting a tan because he appeared with his usual olive skin. Playing “Myself” by Bazzi, Pauly D showed his unusual natural curls in the first few seconds before suddenly uncovering his signature hair gel look. Tagging himself in Las Vegas, Nevada with dumbells behind him, the reality star captioned the saucy video, “NO GEL! Who Dis??!! Follow My #TikTok ??????????.”
Fans quickly filled up Pauly D’s clip with shocking responses with some even comparing him to Hugh Jackman‘s Wolverine character. “Damn Pauly For a second I thought it was wolverine! ?,” one person wrote. Many loved his natural look! “You ROCK natural hair !!! How about tryin’ the natural look for a spell ??♀️ it’s ?,” someone commented. “Loving the natural hair. Curls get the girls!” another added. While many encouraged him to update his look, others were laser-focused on Pauly D keeping his beard.
The “Jersey Shore” star began growing his facial hair in April while self-isolating at home. It’s since grown into a full-on mustache and bushy beard. “That beard tho❤️ like damnn,” a fan wrote on his TikTok video which he posted to Instagram. “Pauly keep the beard!! ❤️,” shared another. “The facial hair suits you very well ??,” commented a third. Last month when Pauly D’s beard made its debut, many compared him to his “Jersey Shore” co-star Ronnie Ortiz-Magro. Thankfully for Pauly, none of his followers are using that reference anymore.