Why? It’s got a 1970s Mick Jagger vibe – the era when the pouty-lipped one’s hair was seriously on point.
And we’re sure any muso worth his lead singer credentials would give up his favourite guitar to have a mere hint of the Jagger swagger.
Even if it’s just Mick’s youthful barnet.
- Paolo Nuttini’s long 70s shag hairstyle works well on his slightly wavy, thick hair.
- If your hair is fine, you’d need choppy, tousled layers give your hair some movement.
- Otherwise there’s a danger it would look quite flat and hang quite limply.
- The ends of the hair can be point cut, to add some texture.
- Paolo’s fringe has grown out to below eyebrow length and is parted on the side.
- Even if, like Paolo, you are growing your hair, you should get it lightly trimmed every few months to keep split ends at bay.
- Paolo Nuttini’s long 70s shag hairstyle works despite the fact he doesn’t bother styling it.
- That’s because Paolo’s hair is so thick and has a natural wave so it looks great being left to do its own thing.
- If you can’t do without any products, then use a volume mousse if you need some fullness.
- Then spritz a texture spray from roots to ends – a light one if you want just a little bit of movement, or a sea salt spray if you want it to look a little more bed-head.
- Dry the hair on medium heat, scrunching some waves and movement into it as you go.
- Curl the ends of the hair slightly around towards the face with your fingers.
- Part the hair at the side (softly, not too severely) and tousle it dry.
- To keep your barnet looking as healthy and shiny as Paolo’s hair, use natural shampoo/conditioner.
- Use a deep conditioner once a week, too.
- Always use a heat protector before using a hairdryer.
- And if you’re going to be out in the sun, spritz on some hair SPF too.