French Professional Footballer promotes Hairbond

Yohan Cabaye endorses Hairbond styling product

Yohan Cabaye (born 14 January 1986) is a French professional footballer who most recently played as a central midfielder for UAE club Al-Nasr and formerly for the France national team. He is described as a player who possesses “excellent vision, great ball control”, and “provides technical quality”. Cabaye is also known for his free-kick and penalty-taking ability.

Here you can see him posing with his favourite Hairbond product, the Hairbond Shaper Professional Hair Toffee. 

Cabaye is not the only French professional footballer seen endorsing the hairstyling brand Hairbond, check out the Hairbond blog, click here to read more.

Cabaye began his football career playing for hometown club Tourcoing FC at the age of six. After seven years developing in the club’s youth academy, he joined professional club Lille. Cabaye spent six years in the club’s youth academy before making his professional debut in the 2004–05 season helping Lille win the 2004 UEFA Intertoto Cup.

He became a regular starter in the following season and participated in the UEFA Champions League for the first time under Claude Puel. Under manager Rudi Garcia, Cabaye developed into a playmaker and had his best season to date in the 2009–10 season scoring over 15 goals from the midfield position.

In the 2010–11 season, he was a part of the Lille team that won the league and cup double. Following the season, in June 2011, Cabaye joined English club Newcastle United on a five-year deal. On 29 January 2014, Newcastle accepted a £19 million offer for Cabaye from Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint-Germain. Cabaye joined, signing a three-year contract with the club. On 10 July 2015, he joined Crystal Palace.

Cabaye is a former French youth international having represented his nation at under-16, under-18, under-19, under-20, and under-21 level. At under-19 level, he played on the team that won the 2005 European Under-19 Football Championship. With the under-20 team, Cabaye played at the 2006 edition of the Toulon Tournament. At under-21 level, he served as captain of the team for a portion of his stint.

In August 2010, Cabaye was called up to the senior team for the first time under new manager Laurent Blanc, and made his international debut on 11 August in a 2–1 friendly defeat against Norway. He has since earned over 40 caps and represented France at two UEFA European Football Championships (2012, 2016) and the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

Dutch Popstar sings Hairbond praises

Tim Douwsma promotes
Hairbond Shaper Professional Hair Toffee

Tim Douwsma (born in Drachten, Friesland, Netherlands on 4 November 1987) is a Dutch singer. He made his TV debut in 2007, when he participated in the talent show So You Wanna Be a Popstar on Dutch television channel SBS 6.

Douwsma took to social media to show his appreciation for the British, premium haircare/hairstyling brand, Hairbond. Hairbond continues to supply barber shops and professional hair salons in the Netherlands, for more information visit

After graduation from high school, Tim studied at the CIOS, a sports training school, but stopped his training to focus more on a singing and acting career, as well as briefly modeling. In 2007, he took part in So You Wanna Be a Popstar finishing fifth overall. At the end of 2007, he recorded his debut single “Wil je bij me blijven slapen op” that reached #18 on the Single Top 100.

Signing with Roadstar Agency in February 2008, in April 2009, released his second single “Ga”, written by Joost Griffioen and Ray Klaassen (The Rocketeers). Late in 2009, Tim landed a small role as Melle in the film De Hel van ’63, directed by Steven de Jong.

Early in 2010 he released his latest single “Je bent de hemel”, a Dutch adaptation of the Spanish song “Yo No Sé Mañana” by the Nicaraguan singer Luis Enrique. In February 2010 he presented Tim op Tilt on Sterren 24 (, a specialty internet channel. He hosted the 2010 Sterren Awards with Monique Smit and Kees Tol.Tim op Tilt continued on Sterren until the closure of the station in September 2012. He also hosted the Karaoke Kids show on Z@pp.

From January 2011, he took part in Sterren Dansen op het IJs (Dancing Stars on Ice), but was eliminated in first round.

After it’s release in January 2012, his song “Undercover Lover” was one of 6 finalists for Dutch entry for Eurovision Song Contest. It was eliminated in the first round when competing against a song from Pearl Jozefzoon, a contestant from first season of The Voice of Holland. “Undercover Lover” reached at #95 in the Dutch Single Top 100.

By December 2012, it was announced that Douwsma would release a joint album with Monique Smit in early 2013 and tour in the Netherlands and Belgium.

Douwsma is appeared in series 5 of the Dutch reality television program De beste zangers van Nederland in February 2013.

In May 2014, Douwsma was the spokesperson for The Netherlands in the Eurovision Song Contest, announcing the results of the country’s public and jury votes.

To visit Tim’s website click here

Iceland Captain picks Hairbond

Aron Gunnarsson ft Hairbond Distorter Professional Hair Clay

Aron Einar Malmquist Gunnarsson (born 22 April 1989) is an Icelandic professional footballer who plays for Welsh Premier League club Cardiff City and captains the Icelandic national team.

He can play either as a defensive midfielder or a central midfielder. Here he is promoting his favourite Hairbond product from his home in Iceland, the Hairbond Distorter Professional Hair Clay

Gunnarsson began his career at Þór Akureyri, and played one match for Dutch club AZ before joining England’s Coventry City in 2008.

After 133 matches and 7 goals in three seasons for them, he transferred to Cardiff City, where he was a runner-up in the 2012 Football League Cup Final and played in the 2013–14 Premier League.

Aron plays for Iceland at international level, having made his senior debut in 2008, and has earned over 80 caps for them.

He has been Iceland’s captain since mid-2012, captaining the team to the quarter-finals at their first major tournament, UEFA Euro 2016.

Make waves with Hairbond’s Sea Salt Spray

Hairbond Texturiser Professional Sea Salt Spray

Hairbond’s Texturiser is a sea salt spray that everyone needs in their grooming arsenal this summer.

It is easy to use and very quick to style, this sea salt spray will add texture and body without leaving your hair feeling sticky, greasy, shiny or hard.

One of the many benefits of a trip abroad to a sunny sandy shore is the impressive appearance which your hair gains from spending a day splashing about in the sea.

Hairbond Texturiser Professional Sea Salt Spray has been designed to replicate the dishevelled and ultra-fashionable appearance that previously required a visit to the beach to gain; providing body and impressive texture with just one application.

What is it?

Sea salt spray is exactly that: a spray formula with salt and additional conditioning compounds.

Salt water is known for absorbing the natural oils in your hair which is why you get texture, waves and volume after a day at the beach.

Due to its beach-like effect, sea salt spray has fast become a summer staple in the grooming bags of both men and women around the world.

The benefits

Due to its versatility, sea salt spray works perfectly with various hair types to both prep (with or without a hair dryer) and style.

For fine hair 

This sea salt spray will add grip and texture to fine and flyaway hair. It’s a great treatment to boost fine and limp hair before using your usual styling product. It works perfectly before using any other Hairbond styling product.

Hairbond Texturiser Spray suitable for Men

For thick hair 

Sea salt spray is also great for thick hair. It will add texture, body and volume without weighing the hair down. It’s a really great option for those who want to style their hair but don’t want it to look like it has any product in it. 

Hairbond Texturiser Spray Suitable for Women

How to use  


This technique is great for relaxed and loose styles.

  • Spray 3-4 pumps of sea salt spray into your hair.
  • Using your hands, work it through root to tip.
  • Style your hair with your hands.
  • Leave your hair to dry naturally.


A hair dryer will speed up the process and allow you to work more volume into your hair.

  • Spray 3-4 pumps of sea salt spray into your hair.
  • Using your hands, work it through root to tip.
  • Set your hair dryer to a medium heat and fast speed.
  • As you dry, work your hands through your hair, directing it in the direction you want to set it in.
  • Stop using your hair dryer as soon as your hair is dry.
  • Finish by using your favourite Hairbond styling product to add structure and definition.

Excelling in all hair types regardless of gender, this Hairbond sea salt spray is suitable for the summer thanks to its long-term inbuilt protection against UV damage.

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WWE wrestler “can’t beat Hairbond”

The 6ft 7in professional wrestler Stuart “Stu” Alexander Bennett (born 10 August 1980) is an English actor and former bare-knuckle boxer, best known for his tenure with WWE under the ring name Wade Barrett. He now works for World of Sport Wrestling as a Commentator and Executive.

Stu Bennett AKA Wade Barrett taking to Instagram to promote the matte Hairbond product Moulder Professional Hair Shaper
Stu Bennett AKA Wade Barrett taking to Instagram to promote the shine Hairbond products Texturiser Professional Hair Cream and Shaper Professional Hair Toffee

Wade won the first season of NXT in 2010 and made his Raw debut on 7 June of that year, rising to prominence as the leader of The Nexus, composed of the remaining NXT rookies of season 1.

He headlined five WWE pay-per-view events during the remainder of 2010, challenging for the WWE Championship in three of those. Barrett formed the Corre with former Nexus members Heath Slater and Justin Gabriel in January 2011 and won his first Intercontinental Championship, a title that he has won overall five times. In 2013, he became Bad News Barrett until becoming the 20th King of the Ring winner in 2015 and changing his ring name to King Barrett.

Stu left WWE in May 2016 and has not wrestled since then. However, he has appeared in other non-wrestling roles on the international independent circuit, such as a commentator for World of Sport Wrestling and a general manager for Defiant Wrestling under the name Stu Bennett.

You can follow Stu on Twitter here