As Josh told Allure, the key to creating Comer’s look was to let her “bold” and grandeur” dress do most of the talking. “When you have a dress with this kind of architecture, the hair needs to be graphic, clean, and chic,” he says. But even a style as simple as a bun comes with its challenges, he warns. “Not all buns are created equal! To get a red carpet, high-wattage, mega-shine, clean bun, product and tools are key.”
Attending a televised awards ceremony like the 2020 Golden Globes already calls for a major beauty slash fashion moment, but when you’re one of the evening’s nominees – and you face the potential of giving a speech the entire country will see – well, that’s a whole other ballpark. And Killing Eve star Jodie Comer arrived on the show’s red carpet looking wholly worthy of her nomination for best actress in a drama TV series with a structural green gown and a romantic, sleek low bun styled by Harry Josh.
The first step in creating one of Comer’s biggest looks of the year is arguably the most important: Prepping her wet hair with John Frieda Frizz Ease Original Serum. Josh spreads a dize-size amount of the serums and avoids applying it at the roots to ensure the hair has enough grip and doesn’t appear greasy rather than glossy. “Prepping the hair with a frizz product allows for the hair to be set from the beginning, which means this style doesn’t require many touchups,” he says.