You wouldn’t normally associate Jack O’Connell with a highlighted, textured hairstyle because he has always seemed like the kind of laid back dude (with a side order of rough’n’ready) who’d tumble out of bed and not bother much.
But even though the texture has a touch of the tousled bed head vibe about it, it’s those golden highlights that are the surprise addition.
Sure, the new colour might be for a role, but it’s a natural-looking way to lift his mousey brown hair, and give his complexion a bit of a healthier glow.
- Jack O’Connell’s highlighted, textured hairstyle is layered into roughly 1-1.5 inch lengths on the top.
- It gently tapers down to be shorter at the sides and back.
- You should always get your hair coloured by a professional.
- Have a consultation first to check which shade of blonde will best suit your hair and your complexion.
- If your hair is mousey like Jack’s, then dark regrowth will show within about a month.
- So to keep it looking fresh, you’ll need to get your roots attended to every 4-6 weeks or so.
- Jack O’Connell’s highlighted, textured hairstyle has been coloured so it will need TLC.
- Use a silver or purple shampoo and conditioner once a week to stop it from going a brassy/yellow colour.
- Highlighting your hair dries it out. So use nourishing treatments or hair masks regularly to hydrate and nourish hair.
- To get Jack’s tousled look, don’t wash hair too frequently.
- Use dry shampoo in between washes to give it that gritty texture.
- When you do wash it and dry it, use texture sprays or products like clay or moulding paste to give it that ruffled texture.
- Simply ruffle it as you blow dry it and then warm a small amount of paste between your fingers and ruffle it through your hair when it’s dry.