Franck Provost’s Laurent Hebert is a cut above the rest. He doesn’t really follow the “hottest” hair trend bandwagon, but prefers to stick to the classics, adding his personal touches. His creations still look current, yet are versatile enough to play around with and for experimenting with different looks.
Using the Piquetage cutting technique, a Franck Provost exclusive, Hebert textured the top part, keeping its length, and with the use of an electric razor just shortened the sides to give it form.
After cutting, using L’Oreal’s Diacolor Number 4, Hebert opted to enhance the hair’s natural color and give it shine. This cellophane treatment is recommended for guys who would like to experiment with hair color, but still want to keep it subtle.
When it comes to maintaining and experimenting with the hairstyle, Hebert suggests using wax for a brush-up and a matte finish, if you want to make it look classic. Use gel for a glossy party look.