Rod Stewart: Penny Lancaster discusses recovery from surgery

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Sir Rod Stewart, 76, reportedly once styled his spiked barnet using mayonnaise, according to tour manager Elliot Saltzman. It comes after reports suggested Sir Rod spends up to £6,000 a year on his “brilliant” hair.

The Maggie May hitmaker is said to have applied the commonly used dressing to his hair, before giving it a rub with a towel, to create his iconic look.

Saltzman has claimed he found out about Rod’s haircare method from Small Faces frontman Steve Marriott.

He recalled that the late guitarist had been given personal tips from Sir Rod himself on how to recreate his rooster locks.

Saltzman told The Sun: “The spiked-up rooster hair, a style which he told us — and he said he got this from Rod Stewart – was created by putting mayonnaise on his hair and rubbing a towel on his head really fast.” 

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Express.co.uk has contacted representatives for Sir Rod for comment.

Despite the low costs of the rocker’s homemade hair treatment, mayonnaise can be used in a hair mask, according to experts.

Blogger Farah Dhukai recently said while discussing its benefits: “It contains proteins that will make hair strong and prevent it from breaking.”

Last year, the dad-of-eight revealed how the coronavirus lockdown has impacted his signature hair.

 

Due to hairdressers and barbers being closed due to social distancing restrictions, Rod has been unable to get his regular trims and bleaches.

He revealed on Twitter: “It’s the longest it’s been since the Seventies.

“Three months without a cut. What do you think of the long locks?”

Elsewhere, Rod recently revealed that his “football days are over” following a bad ankle injury. 

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The Do Ya Think I’m Sexy singer sustained the injury while playing football with his son Alistair, who he shares with wife Penny Lancaster, 50. 

The longtime Celtic FC supporter shared the news, which means he will have to be a football spectator rather than a player from now on. 

Rod said: “My football days are over.

“I have a bad ankle injury which I suffered from being tackled by my 15-year-old son.”

Speaking to The Scottish Sun, he explained that he wasn’t able to run about after a ball due to his injury.

“I can still kick a ball when needed though,” the star explained.

Sir Rod previously put his bad knees down to playing on “dry” pitches in LA.

Speaking about his time playing the game, he said: “I’m suffering for it now.”

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