So lusted after is David Tennant’s hair that there are even Tumblr’s dedicated to him running his hands through it.
And for those of you who querying the fiery red dye-job, he sported late last year – which caused people watching ITV’s An Audience With Adele to say it resembled Seong Gi-Hun from Squid Game – well, it was for his role as Crowley in Good Omens, of course. Series 2 started filming recently.
Tennant explained to the Radio Times: “It wasn’t in the book, but red seemed quite appealing as he’s from the flames. There’s also a part of me as an actor who likes to transform.”
And we enjoy seeing your transformations, too, Dave, so keep up the good work.
- Ask your barber for a taper hairstyle with a side parting to mimic David Tennant’s short haircut with semi quiff and side part
- You want the look to be softly tapered at the edges.
- Grow hair out to at least three inches on the top top so you have enough hair to style into a fuller quiff, or even to slick it down with a side parting, 1940s style.
- Invest in a hairdryer so you can recreate David Tennant’s short haircut with semi quiff and side part
- When your hair is towel dry apply a mousse – use sparingly (you can always add more if you need)
- You can also add a light clay product for extra holding power.
- Then blowdry your hair sweeping it up and over to the side using your fingers.
- If you want a bigger quiff than David’s, be sure to get lots of volume through the front using a vent brush as you blowdry.
- If you like the classic shine that David’s hair has, finish with a touch of pomade. Warm it up in your hands first and then brush through hair.
- Finish off with hairspray to keep your style intact.