Malcolm McRae: Long Curly Hair With Fringe

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His partner (and rumoured wife) is Queens Gambit actor Anya Taylor Joy – however, musician Malcolm McRae is just as pretty, especially with his long, curly hair with that fringe.

It has a whisper of hipster mullet about it, no?

MFH says

Malcolm McRae’s long, curly hair with fringe  is giving MFH a bit of an early 2000’s nostalgia kick – The Strokes anyone?

But while this up and coming muso is a relative unknown, his hip hair and divine bone structure rivals that of his uber cool actor partner Anya Taylor-Joy.

MFH wouldn’t want to be fighting for bathroom time with those two, put it that way.


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  • If you’re keen on Malcolm McRae’s long, curly hair with fringe   go to a barber or hairstylist that has evidence they’ve cut lots of different types of curly hair. (Check their social media for starters).
  • The hair should be cut dry – this will give your stylist a better idea of how the curls will fall and prevent any surprises.
  • Your hairstylist will likely divide the hair into small sections, and cut one area at a time.
  • They’ll check the length and shape of the curls and the way the hair sits after doing each section.
  • If they want to keep the shape in the curls, they might use a  “twist and snip” technique.
  • This involves taking a small section of hair and twist it around the finger before cutting the ends.
  • This creates a more defined curl and prevents frizz.
  • Malcolm’s hair has a full, thick, quite blunt fringe.
  • A fringe can be quite hard to handle if you have very curly hair, so talk to your hairstylist about the best option for your curl type.
  • Malcolm McRae’s long, curly hair with fringe  might look wash and go, but trust MFH – it needs a lot of work to look that healthy.
  • Use a gentle, nourishing, hydrating shampoo and conditioner – and try to only wash it a couple of times a week.
  • Don’t rub your hair dry with a towel, as that’ll encourage frizz.
  • Instead invest in a microfibre hair towel and wrap that around your head – that’ll get as much moisture out of the hair as possible without damage.
  • To help enhance and define your curls, apply a styling product such as a curl cream, or mousse.
  • You could even use a sea salt spray if you want some grit and hold.
  • Work it evenly through the hair from roots to ends.
  • Using the diffuser attachment on your hairdryer which helps preserve the shape and definition of your curls.
  • For a bit more oomph, turn your head upside down and use the diffuser to gently scrunch your hair as you dry it.
  • If you want to define individual curls, wrap each curl around your finger and hold it for a few seconds.
  • Finish with an anti frizz product to ensure your curls keep their healthy shine and don’t turn fluffy.
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