These days, being an A-list actor means paying a stylist a lot of money to help you dress like you just rolled in from a one-night stand by way of a mugging and a dumpster party. Because of this, it’s easy to forget that, back in the golden age of the silver screen, leading men looked like leading men. Sharp suits, shined shoes and, of course, the signature slicked-back hair. Sure, it took some effort– but hey, that’s the occupational hazard of wooing starlets and sipping martinis. Being a leading man is about being something a little…extra. Which is why it’s no surprise that Jean Dujardin, everyone’s favorite hey-where’s-my-time-machine-actor, swears by this little “extra” measure by Leonor Greyl. A ten minute rendez-vous between this stuff and your hair gives you style that’s more Rat Pack, less rat’s nest. Because, if you’re really leading-man-material, you’ve got to look the part. Get it here.