The beard-hair fade. Werner’s style balances a coiffed front section with a little designer stubble (overgrown stubble that’s kept in check). The laid-back style is kept to the side with minimal product. Ask your stylist for length left up top, and slight fade at the sides. Streamlined, like a striker should be.
England, Portugal, and Neymar’s new do: the best hair of the World Cup so far
Alright gents, so maybe I can’t tell you how VAR works just yet (though neither can last night’s referee apparently), but when it comes to haircuts, I do know a point cut from a pompadour. If your eyes have veered upward from the football in the last few World Cup matches, you’ve probably noticed the stellar haircuts kicking about the pitch. Germany, France, and that Brazilian ‘do, I’ve certainly been paying attention. So, for inspiration purposes, and to offer some procrastination (aside from the match you’re secretly watching on your work computer), we’ve rounded up the best styles from our TV screens. Best in game, if you like.
By Rachel Spedding