But MFH would like to see him playing with the texture more and having a bit of fun with his style.
If the film is a hit, though, we’re sure he’ll be taken in hand by a swathe of fashion and hairstylists and become a bit more adventurous with their help.
In the meantime, though, this is a sterling, polished effort for a red carpet newbie.
- If you’re after Andrew Feldman’s classic quiff with deep side parting ask your barber for a classic short back and sides with a light taper.
- Your stylist will also need to keep the top and sides connected.
- Your hair on top will be cut into and layered – which will make it easier to style.
- To keep this looking sharp, you’ll need a trim around every 4 weeks.
- Andrew Feldman’s classic quiff with deep side parting ask is all about using the right products and a hairdryer.
- You’ll also need a round brush or a vent brush to help style the quiff.
- Start with getting the sides dried and sitting neatly.
- Apply a golf-ball sized amount of thickening mousse and work it through your damp hair at the top from roots to ends.
- Then use a hairdryer to style your hair up around at the top for that classic quiff shape.
- If your hair is straight, use a round brush and wrap the hair around that.
- When dry, take a 5p sized amount of matt clay.
- Rub it between your hands to warm it up.
- Use your fingers like a comb and work it through the hair at the top and shape it more.
- Give your quiff a spritz of strong hold hairspray to ensure your style lasts all day.