The "Mank" actress paid homage to old Hollywood, this time off the big screen (and on the digital red carpet) with soft, 1940s-inspired Hollywood waves.
This year's Golden Globes allowed the stars to attend the ceremony from home. But being at home doesn't mean missing out on glamor, and Amanda Seyfried - nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her role as Marion Davies in "Mank" - proved just that. With the help of her trusted hairstylist and FEKKAI Artistic Director, Renato Campora, paid homage to Seyfried to old Hollywood, this time off the screen (and on the digital red carpet) with soft, 1940s-inspired waves.
"I was inspired by Amanda's beautiful Oscar de la Renta dress," Campora says, "so I wanted a romantic and iconic style that would complement her overall look." To achieve this, Campora started with the "FEKKAI Brilliant Gloss Perfecting Crème" on Seyfried's damp hair. He then applied a squirt of Kenra Nitro Memory Crème to the roots to lift and protect the hair before blow-drying it with a round brush. Campora twisted the hair into a side parting and curled the lengths with a 1.5-inch curling iron, then pinned each curl as it cooled. After removing the pins, he brushed the hair out (while Seyfried nibbled on some Boy Scout Samoa cookies) to get the soft look, and finished it off with the "FEKKAI Full Blown Volume Texturing Spray" for added texture and Volume "and a spray of" Kenra Artformation Hairspray "to ensure the look lasts.
And what about Seyfried's peach-colored make-up? Professional artist Genevieve Herr was responsible for spreading foundation, blush, and lip gloss from Lanôme on the "Prep & Hydrate Primer". All in all, the combination provided timeless inspiration just in time for spring - and Amanda Seyfried proved she looks perfect on Zoom too.