Handy for him, because having such a bountiful barnet is clearly also like a bit of a security blanket that he can hide behind.
Because the half English/half Japanese actor, writer and director confessed to The Guardian recently: “I’m socially pretty uncomfortable. Or at least I think I am.”
- To get Will Sharpe’s thick, wavy, mop top haircut, your barber should use scissor over comb, rather than clipping.
- Will’s hair is long on the top, slightly shorter at the sides (but covering the ears).
- His hair has been left a bit longer at the back – it reaches the top of his collar – for a softer look.
- Will Sharpe’s thick, wavy, mop top hairstyle is all about encouraging the natural movement of his waves.
- Wash and condition hair using nourishing products that encourage shine.
- But ensure that your conditioner is light and doesn’t weigh down the hair.
- 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 matt clay, wax, pomade – whatever you like best in your hair – between your fingers.
- Then tousle your hair with it to enhance the texture.
- You can separate the fringe with your fingers to give it a piecey look.
- Spritz it with some hairspray if you want to lock the style in a bit more.
- Use dry shampoo between washes to freshen it, and give it some extra grit which is great for texture.