This year’s Golden Globes allowed stars to attend the ceremony from their own homes. But being in the house doesn’t mean there needs to be a decline in glamour, and Amanda Seyfried—nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her role as Marion Davies in the film Mank—proved just that. With the help of her trusted hairstylist and FEKKAI Artistic Director, Renato Campora, Seyfried paid homage to old Hollywood, this time off screen (and on the digital red carpet), with soft, 1940s-inspired waves.
“I was inspired by Amanda’s beautiful Oscar de la Renta gown,” Campora tells Vogue, “so I wanted a romantic and iconic style to complement her whole look.” To achieve it, Campora started off with FEKKAI Brilliant Gloss Perfecting Crème on Seyfried’s damp hair. Then, he applied a spritz of Kenra Nitro Memory Crème at the root for lift and protection before blowdrying with a round brush. Campora swooped the hair into a side part and curled lengths with a 1.5-inch curling iron, then pinned each curl while they cooled down. After removing the pins, he brushed out the hair (while Seyfried snacked on a few Girl Scout Samoa cookies) to get the softened look and finished off with FEKKAI Full Blown Volume Texturing Spray “for added texture and volume,” as well as a spray of Kenra Artformation Hairspray to ensure the look would last.
As for Seyfried’s peachy makeup? Pro artist Genevieve Herr was responsible for that, swirling Lancôme foundation, blush, and lipgloss on top of the Prep & Hydrate Primer. All in all, the combination offered timeless inspiration just in time for spring—and Seyfried proved it translates perfectly even on Zoom.