Hairstyles from FIFA 2014

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Football World Cup, along with promising high tension matches has always been the perfect debut spot for wacky hairstyles. These hairstyles tend to trend around the world for many seasons, even after the world cup fever ends. This has been the norm for years and continues this year too. As a tribute to this trend shall we now look at their hair instead of their feet?

Paul Pogba: This debutant from Europe has been making news on the field for his brute force, raw skills and his hairstyles. He has sported a range of hairstyles but his speed stripes, Balotelli esque hairstyle has been the most famous one. To replicate his look get a high Mohawk, bleach out the borders and get speed stripes in the sides and your Paul Pogba hair is ready. 

Benoit Assou-Ekotto: Big hair loud mouth footballer from Cameroon has been making waves with his Afro hair style. Step aside braids, top knots, mop-knots and cornrows as it is time to let those Afro curls loose.  All you big hair guys get yourself a black hair band and let your locks have a party behind the hem lines of the band.

Oliver Giroud: His golden tassels can match any Disney princess’s hair story. The hair cut however, is hipster meets banker style. It does not matter if his hair is drenched from the game sweat; it stands tall on his hand and bounces as if it were recently blow dried. To sport a similar look, get a taper cut on both sides and brush up the crown.

Robin Van Persie: The captain of the Netherlands team probably sports the easiest hairstyle this World Cup season. The hair here is cut clean and very tight. To sport a similar look, cut the hair on your crown in a short manner and connect it to the sides while maintaining the length in the front.

Marco Reus: This German National is known for his flamboyant hairstyles. His natural ginger hair does give him an advantage but he sure knows how to make it work for him. His side parting look remains constant in all his experiments. To replicate his look, get the back and the sides cut short and take a square section on the crown and part it sideways.

Neymar Da Silva: This Brazilian has been sporting the classic Mohawk with extended length this World Cup.  To sport this look, you need to have straight hair, else use a flat iron to straighten out the layers. After you have straightened your hair, use hair mousse or a light hair gel to tousle the hair with your fingers.

 

 

Hairstyles from FIFA 2014

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Football World Cup, along with promising high tension matches has always been the perfect debut spot for wacky hairstyles. These hairstyles tend to trend around the world for many seasons, even after the world cup fever ends. This has been the norm for years and continues this year too. As a tribute to this trend shall we now look at their hair instead of their feet?

Paul Pogba: This debutant from Europe has been making news on the field for his brute force, raw skills and his hairstyles. He has sported a range of hairstyles but his speed stripes, Balotelli esque hairstyle has been the most famous one. To replicate his look get a high Mohawk, bleach out the borders and get speed stripes in the sides and your Paul Pogba hair is ready. 

Benoit Assou-Ekotto: Big hair loud mouth footballer from Cameroon has been making waves with his Afro hair style. Step aside braids, top knots, mop-knots and cornrows as it is time to let those Afro curls loose.  All you big hair guys get yourself a black hair band and let your locks have a party behind the hem lines of the band.

Oliver Giroud: His golden tassels can match any Disney princess’s hair story. The hair cut however, is hipster meets banker style. It does not matter if his hair is drenched from the game sweat; it stands tall on his hand and bounces as if it were recently blow dried. To sport a similar look, get a taper cut on both sides and brush up the crown.

Robin Van Persie: The captain of the Netherlands team probably sports the easiest hairstyle this World Cup season. The hair here is cut clean and very tight. To sport a similar look, cut the hair on your crown in a short manner and connect it to the sides while maintaining the length in the front.

Marco Reus: This German National is known for his flamboyant hairstyles. His natural ginger hair does give him an advantage but he sure knows how to make it work for him. His side parting look remains constant in all his experiments. To replicate his look, get the back and the sides cut short and take a square section on the crown and part it sideways.

Neymar Da Silva: This Brazilian has been sporting the classic Mohawk with extended length this World Cup.  To sport this look, you need to have straight hair, else use a flat iron to straighten out the layers. After you have straightened your hair, use hair mousse or a light hair gel to tousle the hair with your fingers.

 

 

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