Martin from Pall Mall Barbers Bishopsgate explains how to get your hair like the England and Saracens Rugby star, Owen Farrell.

What to ask your barber for?

A short clipper cut back and sides (a grade 1 or 2) taken high. If you want to go a little shorter on the sides, ask your barber for a low 0.5 taper. The top will be longer and layered with lots of texture cut into it.

Owen Farrell haircut

How to style

Styling can be done with or without a hair dryer. When using a hair dryer, apply some Sea Salt Spray while the hair is still damp then finish with some Pliable Clay. The Sea Salt Spray will give the hair a subtle hold whilst the Pliable Clay is used to emphasise the texture in the hair and to give a matte finish. If you’re not going to blow dry your hair then Pliable Clay should be used on its own while the hair is still damp.

Sea Salt Spray – Ask your barber for a sample on your next visit to PMB

Who is this look suitable for?

This is a great haircut for all face shapes and most hair types as the cut is very versatile. If you’re looking for a sharp style that requires minimal maintenance then this could be the cut for you.

Owen Farrell's haircut

How often do I need to get it cut?

You will need to get your hair cut every 3-4 weeks to maintain this style.

Tips for keeping the hair clean

To keep your hair clean and easy to style a good shampoo and conditioner should be used. If you have normal to dry hair then opt for the PMB Argan shampoo and conditioner. If your hair is naturally oily or you use a lot of products in your hair then the PMB Tea Tree shampoo and conditioner is the best option for you. Ask your barber for a sample on your next trip to Pall Mall Barbers.

Behind the chair with Martin at PMB Bishopsgate

Visit Pall Mall Barbers to get the Owen Farrell Haircut

Like what you see? Why not pop into one of our barbershops in London and get the look from one of our master barbers! Walk in, book online or via the free Pall Mall Barbers App now available on the App Store & Google Play.

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