And I’m sure the world’s most famous trainspotter wouldn’t mind the comparison with one of the world’s most famous musos.
Francis is blessed with the kind of thick, straight hair that, with the right cut and products, would look great in all sorts of styles.
MFH loves this 1940s-style shoot he did with the Gentleman’s Journal recently.
But his current mop top cut – a modern take on the old-school bowl cut – seemed a very appropriate look to rock up to this year’s Brit Awards with, no?
- Francis Bourgeois’ mop top haircut with textured fringe is a real 60s look.
- It’s slightly longer on top, cut to mid-ear at the sides, with the back slightly longer and sitting about an inch above the collar.
- The fringe is choppy and textured to soften the look and stop it from being too ‘bowl-esque’.
- Francis’ hair has also been layered all over – so he could get some texture and movement in it if he wanted to.
- NB: never try and cut your fringe yourself at home when it gets too long. Your hairdresser will trim it for free.
- Francis Bourgeois’ mop top haircut with textured fringe looks really healthy and shiny.
- Wash your hair no more than 3 times a week (if possible) and always use nourishing shampoo and conditioners that are as natural as possible.
- When the hair is towel dried, use a small amount of heat protector, then blow dry it using the lowest heat possible.
- As you dry it, point the nozzle of the hairdryer down the hair shaft to ensure it looks smooth, then tousle the hair gently.
- When it’s dry, take warm a small amount of pomade, warm it between your fingers, and use it to separate the fringe to give it a piecey look.
- Spritz your hair with a little shine spray to give it that glow that Francis’ hairstyle has.