His fancy footwork might have dazzled UK Premiership football teams like Newcastle, Everton and Tottenham Hotspur in the late 1990s.
No surprise, then, that in 1998, David Ginola’s hair starred in an ad for Loreal, becoming the front man for its Elvive men’s shampoo.
Because he’s worth it. (Sorry, had to be done).
- For David Ginola’s crew cut, the hair is slightly longer on the top of the head, and is graduated subtly down from the crown to the ears.
- If you want to make this more on trend, you can ask for a fade.
- Best to discuss with your barber what would suit you best.
- David Ginola’s crew cut is great if you’re time-poor. You can just wash and go.
- For thinning hair, use products that add volume like thickening mousse.
- And, like, David you can add a little product to give it a little texture around the fringe area.
- Use a small amount of clay, wax or putty and warm it between your fingers first.
- Then apply to dry hair with your fingers and push the fringe area into a subtle quiff.