Famed for his famous locks, the 31-year-old made the promise to brave the bald look if Les Bleus should triumph in Russia
Olivier Giroud has revealed he will keep his promise to shave his head, but only after his son’s Christening on Sunday.
The Chelsea star vowed to crop his incredible locks if France won the World Cup in Russia.
Despite not having a single shot on target during the whole tournament, the former Arsenal men helped Les Bleus beat Croatia 4-2 in Moscow on July 15.
And, he has vowed to keep his promise of losing his mane of hair.
Giroud revealed: “I only have one rule… so I will respect it. My wife wants me to do it after the baptism of our son on Sunday.
“Hugo Lloris also said he’d do it.”
The entire France squad all made ridiculous forfeits before the tournament should their country triumph.
Elsewhere, Liverpool target Nabil Fekir is set to also shave his hair – with Lloris also enduring a pub-crawl in Nice – while Blaise Matuidi will cycle from Paris to Turin.
New Atletico Madrid signing Thomas Lemar must dye his hair, while Adil Rami has to fight 2012 Gold medallist and World Judo champion Teddy Riner.