Florence Pugh’s New ‘Madonna Bob’ Is A ’90s Masterpiece

If a reverse ponytail or a graphic micro-fringe spring to mind when you think of Florence Pugh’s previous red carpet looks, you have passed with flying colours. For this year’s Oscars, however, her hair paid homage to pop legend Madonna in her early ’90s era, according to celebrity hairstylist Adir Abergel – who created the look.

Despite wearing a gown featuring delicate beading, reminiscent of water droplets, the Oppenheimer actress steered her hair look away from wet-look predictability at the ceremony on 10 March. She also took a red carpet mainstay – the bombshell blowout (think Gigi Hadid at Cannes) – and flipped it on its head to create what Adir calls “a carefree, lived-in, glamorous vibe”.

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To create Florence’s ‘Madonna bob’ with its deep side part and voluminous blow-dry, Adir prepped her platinum strands with Virtue Labs’ Volumising Mousse, before sectioning the hair and blow-drying it with a small round brush. He then used a curling iron to create soft, piece-y waves that mirrored the scalloped silhouette of Florence’s gown.

After clipping the curls and allowing them to cool, he misted her hair with Virtue’s Texturizing Spray, concentrating it at the roots for added lift. For the finishing touch, he worked a little Virtue Healing Oil through her strands for a glamorous, high-shine finish and teased the ends.

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