Oliver Jackson-Cohen: Textured Crew Cut With Low Fade

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Brit actor Oliver Jackson-Cohen’s textured crew cut with low fade is a classic look for the up-and-coming talent (whom you might recognise if you saw The Haunting of Hill House and/or The Haunting of Bly Manor on Netflix or 2020’s The Invisible Man.)

MFH says

Oliver Jackson-Cohen’s textured crew cut with low fade is a classic cut that looks great with Oliver’s fine, straight, dirty blonde hair.

And MFH got some insider info about his hair regime from this interview he did with GQ-Magazine online:

“The way I look after my hair changes all time, depending on what job I’m doing, but mostly I wash and condition it every four days. My hair gets very fluffy when washed so I try to keep it as long as I can,” he told the publication.

“I’ll use a hairdryer every now and then, when I’m feeling fancy, and then always use American Crew Forming Cream or Fibre, depending on how long my hair is.”

His go-to hairdresser? Ben Vowles in London. “He’s excellent and I don’t really need to say anything. He just does it the way I like it.”

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  • Oliver Jackson-Cohen’s textured crew cut with low fade is a great, clean cut look.
  • The technical definition of a crew cut is hair that graduates in length from front to back and crown.
  • The longer area at the front can be worn flat, or with a bit of texture and baby quiff like what Oliver’s hair.
  • Oliver’s fade at the sides and back is super subtle – but you can opt for something more standout – discuss options with your stylist.
  • Oliver’s hair has a deep side part, too – so show your hairdresser where you like to part your hair.
  • To get the texture in Oliver’s hair, his stylist likely used a point cutting technique – this means the ends of the hair are cut to different lengths.



  • Oliver Jackson-Cohen’s textured crew cut with low fade is a relatively easy look to style.
  • You can just give it some messy texture by spritzing a texture volume spray like this ANFOR product to damp hair.
  • When dry, you can apply a tiny amount of pomade (warm it between your fingers first) and ruffle it through the hair.
  • If you want the more polished look like Oliver’s hair, use a texture volume spray on damp hair.
  • Then using a vent brush, blow dry the hair up and to the side.
  • When you’ve finished, use a little pomade to shape and smooth the style.



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