Serge Gainsbourg

The benchmark look, Serge Gainsbourg’s cut in the ‘60s was immaculate. Sharp, inspirational and without a single hair out of place, it completed his head-to-toe elegance.

How To Look After It

Wash, towel dry, then use a small amount of moulding cream to perfectly define the look.

How To Ask For It

A very neat, ‘60s cut kept very sharp around the hairline. A good, technical cut.

Who It Suits

It’s a timeless cut and will suit anyone from a 25–yearold to a 55–year old hoping to look sharp. Works well for people with a slight curl.

Why It Works

A beatnik–inspired crop, cut tightly and extremely neatly around his hairline, it’s a perfect haircut.

Get the look with...

Moulding Cream

£18.00
Perfect for short crops, grown-out crew cuts and complete control

Lock short hair into the sharpest of styles with our signature bay rum scented, natural wax moulding cream.

Towel dry your hair, then rub a 5p-sized amount of moulding cream into palms. Style through the sides, then the top of your hair with a lighter touch. Finish with a comb or your fingers to perfect the look.

Inspired by: Steve McQueen in Bullitt, James Coburn in Our Man Flint, Brad Pitt in Se7en.

Show Ingredients
Aqua (Water) • Lanolin • PVP/VA Copolymer • Paraffinum Liquidium (Mineral Oil) • Cetearyl Alcohol • PEG-8 Beeswax • Tribehenim • Steareth-20 • Cera Alba (Beeswax) • Butylene Glycol • Sodium Polystyrene Sulfonate • Parfum (Fragrance) • Phenoxyethanol • Triethanolamine • Benzyl Alcohol • PEG-40 Hydrogenerated Caster Oil • Carbomer • Methylparaben • Ethylparaben • Butylparaben • Propylparaben • Isobutylparaben • Benzyl Benzoate • Limonene • Butylphenyl Methylpropional • Linalool • Alpha-Isomethyl Ionone • Amyl Cinnamal • Hydroxycitronellal • Citral • Benzyl Salicylate
Moulding Cream

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