His hair reminds me a bit of Jimmy Johnson, the football coach. Some men, you just know they spend lots of time on their hair so not a hair is ever out of place.
I was born without that gene.
In Jimmy's case, I think it was more shellac than time...
I use it as a 1-second character check. See hair like that, assign "FAIL" w/o ever having to look back or spend a second in self-reproach, ever.
Jimmy Johnson and former Oklahoma University coach Barry Switzer belong in that class. Switzer guided OU to a Sugar Bowl and a national ranking of No. 2 in the 1972 season, only to see the NCAA and Big Eight land hard on his program (they forfeited 9 games and the Sugar Bowl ex post facto) for having recruited academically-ineligible players from Galveston Ball High School.
In the denouement, Switzer pleaded ignorance and laid it all off on a pair of assistant coaches (like, sure, you didn't approve their expense accounts after they got back from Galveston!), who were fired, and went on as if nothing had happened. The corrupt football coach at Ball High School continued doing what he was doing and several years later produced the talented-and-corrupt Hart Lee Dykes, who attended and corrupted Oklahoma State for a couple of years.
Rule: Never waste time on a man who spends as much for his haircuts as you paid for your shoes.