Josh Whitehouse: Short Curly Hairstyle

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Model/ muso / actor Josh Whitehouse’s short curly hairstyle makes him look totally different from his Daisy Jones & The Six character, Eddie Roundhouse (Josh grew his curls out for a 70-esque mullet vibe).

And, MFH has to say, the shorter, au naturel curls are way better.


MFH says

Josh Whitehouse’s short curly hairstyle is a great cut for the actor – his fine hair loses its curl a lot when it grows longer, so this shorter style keeps those ringlets intact.

You might recognise him from Daisy Jones & The Six, but he’s also had roles in Poldark and was the face of Burberry’s men’s fragrance for a few years.

Thanks to this interview in UK GQ, MFH got a bit of an insight into Josh’s quite relaxed hair and skin regime.

“My grooming regime is almost nonexistent to be honest,” he confessed to the magazine. “I exfoliate and moisturise to avoid dry skin.

“I comb my hair and shake my head vigorously to style my hair. I use a deodorant you can barely smell – or at least just smells clean and then I use a single spray of Mr Burberry Indigo. That’s about it for me.”

If you keep reading, you’ll find MFH has a few more in-depth pointers for how to look after curly hair if you’re blessed enough to have it.


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  • Josh Whitehouse’s short curly hairstyle is probably best achieved if your barber uses the scissor over comb method, rather than clipping.
  • Josh’s hair is cut in a rounded shape – with a little more length on top and slightly shorter at the sides.
  • His hairstylist will have cut the weight out of it to ensure his curls don’t ‘mushroom out’ as it grows.
  • The hair has a little length at the back for a softer look.
  • Josh Whitehouse’s short curly hairstyle isis a great look if you want to embrace your natural curls/waves.
  • Wash and condition hair using natural, nourishing products that encourage shine.
  • Use a nourishing deep conditioner once a week to keep the frizz/fluff at bay.
  • Don’t rub hair dry with a towel – it’s best to gently squeeze it.
  • Or even better, invest in a micro-fibre hair wrap which will gently absorb the moisture in your hair so you don’t have to towel it dry.
  • If you want to wash and go, spritz some sea salt spray on it, and give it a bit of a scrunch as it dries.
  • Or use a hairdryer on a low heat, and gently brush the hair forward at the top and sides as you dry it.
  • When dry, rub a pea-sized amount of styling cream/ matt clay / wax / pomade – whatever you like best in your hair – between your fingers.
  • Then tousle your hair with it to enhance the texture.



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