But, unfortunately, he didn’t realise how much care he needed to give his dyed hair.
He told Grazia online: ‘As a guy I never really focused on keeping my hair good. I’d bleach it all the time, but now I realise it’s important. First of all there’s the damage and secondly you have to contend with that really yellow colour.’
His yellow-banishing secret? Fudge Professional Clean Blonde Violet Toning Shampoo ‘It wipes all the yellow colour away and you go out feeling fresh,’ he adds.
The likeable lothario admitted to having a hair transplant a few years ago – after being concerned about the size of his forehead due to his high hairline.
In a treatment lasting eight hours and costing around £5k, surgeons took follicles from the back of his head and transplanted them at the front.
We love that he’s doing his bit to stop ‘transplant shame’.
- To get Jamie Laing’s bleached blonde crop ask your barber for a medium to high fade at the sides.
- Clippers can be used on the sides and back to create the fade.
- The top is layered for lots of texture.
- The fringe is short, choppy and textured.
- For the bleached blonde colour, you’ll need to have a consultation with your stylist and chat through your options.
- It’s best not to do it at home because you can seriously damage your hair. And burn your scalp!
- Jamie Laing’s bleach blonde crop is high maintenance.
- You will need to use a silver or purple shampoo and conditioner to stop it from going a brassy/yellow colour.
- Bleaching your hair will dry your hair out. Use nourishing treatments or hair masks regularly to hydrate and nourish hair.
- To get Jamie’s textured 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 products like clay or moulding paste to give it that ruffled texture.
- Warm some paste between your fingers and ruffle the rest of the hair with it after it’s dry.