Last updated: January 06, 2020
Lucy Boynton’s ’60s-Inspired Bob
Instagram via @deakyenergy
“The Politician” actress Lucy Boynton brought the glitz and the glamour to the 2020 Golden Globes, rocking a foiled Louis Vuitton gown and glittery cat eye makeup. To complete her red carpet look, celeb stylist Jenny Cho (@jennychohair) opted for a center-parted ’60s-inspired bob that was accentuated with a sparkly embellishment. Keep scrolling to learn how to recreate this super chic style on your short-haired clients!
Style Notes: “For Lucy, my inspiration was galactic art deco meets ’60s Bardot angel. I wanted to create a playful vibe to the hair accentuated with a center part that had that ’60s fluffy texture and bend,” shared Jenny. “The width of the style helped give the whole look an elongation and the body behind the ears was important to balance the dramatic shoulders of the gown.”
Start by applying Virtue® Volumizing Powder to damp hair followed by a golf ball-sized amount of Virtue® Volumizing Mousse, concentrating on the crown and the roots for extra volume and body at the base.
Then, before drying, apply Virtue® Healing Oil from the midlengths to the ends to repair while adding shine, taming frizz and eliminating flyaways.
Section a clean center part, then rough dry with the ghd Helios Hair Dryer on the high heat/high air setting.
Once the hair is mostly dried, subsection the hair starting at the nape with about a 1-inch section. Then, mist the hair with Virtue® Finale Shaping Spray and use the ghd CURVE® Creative Curl Wand to bend and flip random sections to create that dreamy, lived-in texture.
Once the desired texture is created and the hair has cooled, section off the crown and backcomb sections at the root to create that ’60s vibe.
Apply Virtue® Texturizing Spray, then add a Lelet NY accessory to complete the look.
Finished look // Instagram via @nicoleseles