Jenson Button: Head & shoulders® above the rest

Did you ever wonder what it would take to make it on Grace’s “pool boy” list? Ever thought about raising the bar and becoming more like Jenson button? Well, here’s your chance to at least tailor your grooming habits in your quest to be Jenson Button. While busy with the holiday in F1, it seems our man Jense has found time to tell JOE about his grooming habits:

JOE: Do you have a daily grooming routine?
Nothing out of the ordinary. I use head&shoulders Classic Clean Shampoo and Conditioner every day. With a schedule that involves lots of training and travelling I find I get very dry skin, so make sure I use a good moisturiser everyday too.

JOE: What are your ‘must have’ grooming products and why?
Hairwax and head&shoulders. I spend so much time with either a cap or a crash helmet on I need to take care of my scalp and hair – helmet hair is not a good look!

JOE: Do you suffer from dandruff?
I can’t remember ever suffering with dandruff.

JOE: How often do you change your hairstyle?
My hair grows quite quickly so I guess it may look different on occasion but ultimately it’s the same style of cut. I’ve varied a couple of times where I shaved it pretty short when I was about 22 and I’ve also had it pretty long but for the last couple of years it’s been the same.

JOE: It must be difficult going to red carpet events straight after racing. What is the quickest way to go from track to tux?
I’m lucky that the team have Hugo Boss as a sponsor so being able to put on a nice new suit certainly helps the transition, but there are times where it’s definitely a bit of a rush.

Now I can’t guarantee you that if you follow these simple guidelines that you’ll make it on to Grace’s “pool boy” list but it doesn’t hurt to try. No, you can’t be “the man your man could smell like” because Paul Charsley already has that distinction. You also can’t be at inner peace and elevate 3 feet off the floor as a yoga master because SJ Skid has that role at F1B.

You can try to be like Jenson button…I can think of much worse role models. Let’s face it, Jense is a hard working man. The 2009 Formula One champion, completed the recent London Triathlon in 2:14:15, about seven minutes slower than last year. He had a bout of tonsillitis in recent days.

“I wasn’t feeling very well at the start of the week, which is why I have come in a bit slower than last time round,” Button said in a release from the organizers. “I really didn’t want to miss out on the weekend, though, as I had such a fantastic time here last year, so I just decided to battle through it.”

Now dos that sound like a guy who battles dandruff? I think not.

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