Yes, even though his skills on the pitch were impressive in Euro 2020, his gorgeous locks were the talk of him and here’s a breakdown of the products he uses.
Let’s be honest, we watched the Euro 2020 tournament to more than hope he was going to ‘come home’ after all these years… we’re talking about Englishman Jack Grealish – and more importantly his hair.
Even though we were invested with her impressive dribbling and free-kicking abilities, her magnificent luscious locks were something we couldn’t take our eyes off of.
Giving us some serious David Beckham vibes, we were obsessed with his gorgeous, shiny hair throughout the six weeks – and how did he keep his band Alice in place? We can barely have a tie to stay in the gym!
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Well, in a recent interview with ex-Josh Denzel of Love Island on the ‘Lions Den’, for the England team’s social channel, the English number 7 told him about his complete hair routine – and we have been invested.
Breaking down his grooming routine, Jack uses a total of three products. Still, the one we can’t live without is her love for the original Moroccanoil treatment, priced at £ 32.85 at LookFantastic.
In the interview, Grealish says he starts his routine with “a little shampoo and conditioner”, leaving the conditioner on for “a few minutes”.
So far, so good. Unfortunately, he doesn’t say what he uses but can only imagine that it smells immaculate. Probably like Aussie’s Miracle Moist Shampoo, priced at £ 2.79 at Boots.
It then washes off with a little shower gel at the end, then rinses off the conditioner.
While his hair is “a little wet”, he will put a little Moroccanoil oil in it, dry it, style it with a hairbrush as he goes – to which he reconstitutes the movement while he combs his ” size and that “.
The captain of Aston Villa will then put a “collage of the hair, like a wax to style it”. Again, nothing is mentioned, but we love the VO5 Styling Wax, which is priced at £ 4 at Boots.
He finishes his look with Schwarzkopf got2b Glued Blasting Freeze Spray hairspray, priced at £ 3, “to hold it”.
We’re lucky if we can get our partner to use something other than a 2-in-1 …
So this is it. If you, too, want to ‘get the Grelish look’ (which we know you do!), It’s that simple – and it’ll cost you just under £ 43.
Have you ever used any of these products? Or will you do it now by following Jack Grealish’s advice? Let us know what you thought of the finale in the comments box below as well.