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Jack Grealish’s hair style can help you score on Tinder

Styling yourself on Jack Grealish will not only help you score on the pitch but off it too, according to latest research on dating apps.

Male lonely-hearts who shared Grealish’s signature ‘curtain’ hair style with an alice band got the most matches on Tinder of an average 52 a month.

The Barnt Green resident and Britain’s most expensive footballer topped the Tinder chart for men in research by hair and aesthetics experts at Vera Clinic, which looked at both men and women’s hairdos.

READ MORE: Why Birmingham’s Jack Grealish shouldn’t move from Barnt Green to Manchester


They looked into the most successful hair styles on dating apps like Hinge and Tinder to find out what hairstyles would get love-seekers the most right swipes.

Waleed Taleb, a hair transplant and aesthetics specialist at Vera Clinic said: “We’ve seen an increase in men coming into the clinic asking for ‘Jack Grealish-style curtains’; and wanting hair transplants to achieve the look.

“It seems his appearance in the Euros has started a hair revolution!”

It seems Grealish has his hairdresser at The Gentleman Barbers, in Brindleyplace, off Broad Street, in Birmingham city centre, to thank for setting a trend among young men.

In second place on Tinder was the more common, standard short back and sides, with 48 average matches per month, followed by a man bun, getting 44 matches.

Jack Grealish's hair style can help you score on Tinder
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Men with a combover or spiky hair-do were the least successful of only between 12 and 14 matches on average a month.

When it came to women, females with long and wavy tresses got the most matches of 62 average per month

The least successful hairstyle for women was a low ponytail and a cropped, shorter hairstyle, getting 21 and 22 average matches respectively.

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