Joe Wicks: Curly Shoulder-Length Hair

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From PT heartthrob to National Treasure – courtesy of PE with Joe – fitness trainer Joe Wicks has the kind of long, lush waves that are the hair equivalent of a six-pack: something you want to show off all the time.

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He got the nation’s kids, and their parents (especially the lust-ridden mums), star-jumping and high-kneeing their way through the pandemic with his daily fitness classes.

So it’s fair to say that Joe and his tousled curls became as familiar a sight on our laptops as Chris Whitty and his daily Powerpoint presentations on our TVs.

Whether man-bunned out of the way for a fitness sesh, left wet after a shower, or long and free-flowing to his shoulders, his bonce is a serious personal best.

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  • Joe’s hair in this picture is shoulder length, but he often has it shorter, to around his jawline. Ask your barber what would suit you best.
  • Your barber will need to subtly layer the hair to take the heaviness out of it.
  • Joe wears his hair parted with a very low, messy side part, so if that’s what you want, be sure to show the barber where you part yours.
  • Wash and condition hair using gentle products to nourish and eliminate frizz and fluff.
  • Remove excess water by gently squeezing it with a towel. Don’t rub your hair, it’ll just create a fluffy texture.
  • Then use an old cotton t-shirt to dry it without heat damage. Lay the t-shirt flat with sleeves and neck towards you.
  • Flip your hair into the shirt and wrap it up using the sleeves to tie it to your head. And let the hair dry.
  • If you’re in a hurry, use a styling mousse or sea salt spray from roots to ends.
  • Then style with hairdryer on low heat, gently scrunching and twisting the curls into shape
  • Use a tiny pea-sized drop of shine or frizz-easing serum – rub it in your hands then run it through your hair to give it shine and remove any fluffiness.

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