Bryan Ferry

The Roxy Music singer’s haircut in 1972 was the epitome of enduring style. Long, layered and with an extremely sharp outline, he wore it tousled and floppy to make him the essence of a glam, soul boy.

How To Look After It

Towel it dry, then use defining gel to keep it neat but still floppy and tousled.

How To Ask For It

Ask for a layered haircut around the back and sides with some length on it. Make sure it’s kept very sharp around the outline.

Who It Suits

A slick look that has yet to date – a hallmark of the very best cuts – it would suit anyone from musician to banker. A cut that wouldn’t look out of place anywhere.

Why It Works

Worn long to the collar, it’s a timeless cut that always made him look both sharp and masculine.

Get the look with...

Styling Conditioner

£18.00
All day enrichment, styling and control for longer hair

Enriches with wheat protein and infused with our signature bay rum scent for 24-hour care.

Towel dry your hair, then apply a 10p-sized amount of serum to your palms. Style through the sides, then the top of your hair with a lighter touch. Finish with comb or fingers and leave in your hair.

Inspired by: Peter Fonda straddling his bike in Easy Rider, Mickey Rourke’s tousled private investigator in Angel Heart, Ian Brown’s easy cool.

Show Ingredients
Aqua (Water) • Cetyl Alcohol • PVP/DMAPA • Dimethicone • Cetrimonium Chloride • Hydroxyethycellulose • Panthenol • parfum (Fragrance) • Phenoxyethanol • Polyquaternium-10 • Hydrolysed Wheat Protein PG-Propyl Silanetriol • Benzoic Acid • Dehydroacetric Acid • Citric Acid • Benzyl Benzoate • Limonene • Butylphenyl Methylpropional • Linalool • Alpha-Isomethyl Ionone • Hydroxycitronellal • Citral • Amyl Cinnamal • Benzyl Salycilate
Styling Conditioner

How To Video