Not that he’d care what we think TBH! But this mod style is a look he also thinks is a winner on himself – he rated a similar hairstyle he had in 2001 a “10 out of 10” in an interview with NME.
Fancy knowing what hairstyles Liam hated on himself?
He told NME that the long, centre-parted look he sported in 2007 was a big regret. “I was meant to be going into my George Harrison mode but didn’t pull it off. I look like my f*cking cousin Sharron.”
He also slated his 2011 bowl cut, which admitted was meant to be a nod to the Ramones but…”it was a bit too Dougal from The Magic Roundabout.”
Love him or hate him, you can’t deny he’s a funny b*st*rd!
- Liam Gallagher’s mod haircut with texture is medium length on top.
- He has some shorter layers in the top, too, which gives it texture.
- The sides are cut into a point and the back is gently tapered.
- The fringe is choppy, textured and above the eyebrows.
- NB: never try and cut your fringe yourself at home when it gets too long. Your hairdresser will trim it for free.
- To get the look of Liam Gallagher’s mod haircut with texture it’s all about styling products.
- Spritz damp hair thoroughly with sea salt spray.
- Blow dry it with a hairdryer on medium heat, while tousling it with your fingers.
- When it’s dry, take warm a small amount of some wax, clay or pomade between your fingers and then go through, scrunching the hair and pulling pieces out to ramp up the texture.
- Use a tiny bit on the fringe, too, to give it a piecey, choppy look.
- Finish off with some hairspray.
- Use dry shampoo between washes to give it a gritty texture and make it easier to tousle