He may have won the title of “Premier League’s best hair” in 2020 (according to a poll of 2000 footy fans by hair brand VO5) but MFH is sure he’d win the hair championship by even more of a landslide with this new, more relaxed ‘do.
As for his grooming secrets? He gave a few to Hunger.tv not too long ago and confessed to being into giving his hair and skin some TLC.
“In terms of routine and grooming, [I’m] always trying look after myself and keep myself as young as possible, because time goes too quickly,” the star player said. (Though MFH would like to point out that he’s only 29.)
“I keep the beard trim and use face creams and eye creams. My wife got me into that but I like that routine in the mornings to make sure I feel good and look good.”
He reckons this routine makes him feel positive. And MFH couldn’t agree more – think we can all agree that the act of some simple grooming = wellbeing. Proving it’s way more than skin deep.
And as for his barnet on match days? “It doesn’t change too much from my everyday routine, if I’m honest but I might put a bit more product in my hair to keep it from moving when I’m playing.”
- To get Harry’s textured, tousled look, don’t wash hair too frequently.
- Use dry shampoo in between washes to give it that gritty texture.
- After washing it, use texture sprays or products like clay or moulding paste to give it that ruffled texture while the hair is damp.
- Then simply rough dry it with a hairdryer.
- Then warm a small amount of paste between your fingers and ruffle it through your hair when it’s dry.