After all the hard work these women put in on the movies and television shows they were nominated for, it was time to get glamorous and attend the first-ever bicoastal awards in style. As a stylist, you can recreate these 2021 Golden Globe looks in your own salon and make your customers feel like celebrities. You can also take advantage of FHI Heat’s Pro Commission Program by showing your loyal clients and followers’ tutorials for the 2021 Golden Globes looks on your social media platforms. When they purchase the tools, you advertise in your tutorial, you will receive a large commission!
Amanda Seyfried was nominated for playing 1930’s icon Marion Davies in Mank. Renato Campora hit the mark when he aimed to recreate a classic 1940’s Hollywood hairstyle for Seyfried at the Golden Globes. Her long tresses were blow dried, curled, and then treated with a volumizing product to keep up their volume. As a stylist yourself, mimicking this look for your customers will be easy, and you can offer your clients the tools they need to do it themselves. This Handle-Less Blow Dryer will help you get the style that Campora created for Seyfried, with more precision and up to 50% faster than typical dryers. Customers will also have good luck with ceramic barrels infused with tourmaline to curl their locks. This blow out serum will give your clients the volume they want.
Jane Fonda received the Cecil B. DeMille Award for lifetime achievement at the Golden Globes. Her stylist Johnathan Hanousek made her grey hair the star of the show as he blew it dry with a round brush, adding product to keep it lively and not hampered down by too much weight. You and your clients can replicate this look, by trying one of the Platform 1900 dryers, which dries hair beautifully and at 50% of the time normal hairdryers need. Advise them to use this High Altitude Root Lift Spray to get the same lifted results that Fonda did, and your clients will be walking the red carpet in no time!
Nominated for her role as Billie Holiday in The United States vs. Billie Holiday, Andra Day became only the second black woman in history to win a Golden Globe Award. She spent the night in style as far as her hair was concerned, with a gorgeous bun with a few tendrils slicked down near her hairline, thanks to Tony Medina, her stylist. He used a flat iron like this one on her locks before pulling it into a ponytail. This Total Control Hair Styling Gel would help with slicking down the individual curls around her hairline, as Medina did for Day. Finally, he used a curling iron to define the curls. This would be a fun look to replicate with your customers, and they will garner their own fanbase!
Modern Family star and part of E!Live at the Red Carpet pre-show, Sarah Hyland wowed fans with her newly dyed red hair. Stylist Ryan Richman created sensual, voluminous curls with her red locks. To get started, use a heat protectant prep and primer, along with a blow out serum like this one to protect and volumize your hair. A curling iron such as this ceramic barrel infused with tourmaline would be a great tool to use to create these beautiful curls like Hyland enjoyed for the 2021 Golden Globes. Your clients may not want to be a full lady in red, but they can get some beautiful curls with these products from FHI Heat.
If you work in a busy salon, you probably don’t have time to constantly clean your hair dryer between clients. Not only is a dirty hair dryer an eyesore, but it can also be hard on your clients’ hair. If your hair dryer overheats because it is dirty, the extra heat causes breakage and split ends. Also, if your hair dryer is dirty, it will take longer for you to dry your clients’ hair. Since time is money, and you certainly don’t want to damage a client’s hair, you need to clean your hair dryer.