Gavin Henson will celebrate sending the soar-away Ospreys to a second successive Twickenham final in his own inimitable fashion - by having an overdue haircut.
The centre intends heading straight for the hairdressers to “start looking good again.”
Saracens, smashed 30-3 by their Anglo-Welsh Cup semi-final conquerors, can only hope he stays there for at least a fortnight.
But while Henson is unlikely to favour the short-back-and-sides option, he will emerge in plenty of time to relish another crack at wrecking Saracens’ season.
The teams meet again on April 6 with a European Cup semi-final place at stake.
And even though Saracens can enjoy home advantage next time - Vicarage Road, rather than the Millennium Stadium - Henson and his fellow Wales Grand Slam stars might have already inflicted irreparable damage.
Saracens rugby director Alan Gaffney admitted his team had suffered “a hammering” after two tries by wing wizard Shane Williams and Henson’s all-round excellence underpinned an emphatic success.
Henson said: “I am just chuffed to win man-of-the match.
“I haven’t won one since 2005, and it had been playing on my mind. I haven’t cut my hair since, so I am going to get it cut now!
“I can have it cut now and start looking good again.”
Henson produced a commanding performance in attack and defence, scoring his team’s second try to launch a one-sided final 30 minutes when Williams and substitute back-row forward Filo Tiatia also claimed touchdowns.
And the quality of Henson’s contribution was not lost on an admiring Gaffney.
He said: “Gavin Henson is an excellent player with an enormous amount of ability, and I still don’t think we have seen the best of him.”
Henson was among nine of the Wales team that beat France last weekend to be crowned RBS 6 Nations champions and Grand Slam winners who made a quickfire Millennium Stadium return.