While he does normally opt for this curtain style IRL – albeit usually a longer, floppier version of this cut – MFH prefers the more gently textured version he has here.
- If you like Cillian Murphy’s textured greying curtain hairstyle ask for a mid-length scissor cut on the back and sides.
- The cut is tapered just above the ear and cut in tightly at the nape.
- It also needs to be left heavier on the top, with longish layers cut into it to soften the shape and make it sit better.
- For Cillian Murphy’s textured greying curtain hairstyle you’ll need to keep your hair in good condition or it’ll go fluffy.
- Use shampoo/conditioning products containing as few chemicals as possible.
- And, ideally, use a deep conditioning treatment once a week.
- After washing your hair, spritz it from roots to ends with a texturising volume spray.
- Then spritz on some heat protector.
- Part it in the middle using a comb and your nose as a guide.
- Blow dry your hair on a medium heat.
- Hold your hairdryer downwards as you dry it, which helps to keep the hair cuticles smooth.
- After it’s dry, warm a 5p sized amount of pomade between your fingers and gently tousle the hair on either side of the centre part.
- Not too much, just enough to give it a bit of movement and texture.
- Spritz a small amount of shine spray on the hair when you’ve finished.