I needn’t see any additional proof that Florence Pugh is the queen of transitional hairstyles and hair colours. I imply, I need to see additional proof — nothing delights me fairly as a lot as seeing the acclaimed actor’s newest look tweaks — however this yr alone has proven that she makes pale hair dye and barely grown-out buzz cuts appear to be something however awkward phases. And as her hair will get longer, she’s taken to retro kinds to provide it a lift of nostalgic chicness.
In early October, Pugh attended Paris Vogue Week with a wispily spikey tackle a Fifties pompadour coiffure, slicking again the edges and fluffing up the center. And now, almost two months later, her hair has time-traveled to the Nineteen Eighties.
Pugh appeared with fellow Oppenheimer castmates at an occasion in London on Thursday, November 30, sporting a wide-neck, black costume, strappy heels, and silver drop earrings. It is a timeless ensemble, little doubt, however paired with Pugh’s present coiffure, it appears like an outfit from a Nineteen Eighties Garry Marshall film.
Arguably bixie-length now, Pugh’s presently buttery blonde hair captures two of probably the most ubiquitous ‘80s hairstyles: mullets and gravity-defying top. It meets at an unimaginable intersection of Sheena Easton, Melanie Griffith, and Marie Fredriksson of Roxette (look ‘em up, youn’uns) with its intentionally overgrown again and voluminous prime. However as a result of it would not have the hairspray-induced crunch components of so many ’80s appears, it feels refreshingly fashionable with its tender, shiny, just-messy-enough end.