The supermarket hair brand responsible for Meghann Fahy's Emmy's blow out

Sound familiar?

Beauty Crew Beauty Editor / January 17 2024

The 2024 awards season has shown us just how inconsequential a beauty product's price tag can be when it's wielded by some of the most talented hair stylists and makeup artists in the industry. 

Case and point? Camila Morrone wore a $235 lipstick to the Critics Choice Awards, while Selena Gomez and Elizabeth Debicki both picked nail polishes for the Emmy's that were $20 or less. And all three of them looked a million bucks when they arrived at their respective red carpet events. 

Similarly, star of The White Lotus, Meghann Fahy, showed the versatility of supermarket haircare when she hit the Emmys red carpet herself. 

Fahy's hairstylist, Jacob Rozenberg, revealed via Instagram that he partnered with TRESemmé for the awards show and used several of the brand's Pro collection products to create Fahy's glossy red carpet blowout. And although you won't find the Pro Collection in your local Woolworths, it is stocked on Amazon. 

“This look was completely inspired by Meghann’s gorgeous dress,” Rozenberg told Marie Claire. “The velvet material feels luxe, but we wanted to create a look that felt a little effortless by keeping her hair down and feeling a little loose.”

The hero product of the whole look was the TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Weightless Silky Shine Spray ($32.69 at Amazon Australia). “It made the hair look so glossy and didn’t weigh the hair down at all,” Rozenberg shared with the publication.

He also used TRESemmé Extra Hold Mousse ($110.82 at Amazon Australia) and Heat Protecting Spray ($49.62 at Amazon Australia) to prep the hair prior to blow drying. “I blow dried in sections using a round brush, and added in Velcro rollers to the crown and back of her hair, leaving the front down to feel more natural," he explained. To finish he gave her hair a light spritzing with the TRESemmé Extra Hold Hairspray ($62.24 at Amazon Australia).


Love it when celebrities use products that are more accessible to the public? Hunter Schafer's Golden Globes hairstyle is one you can actually afford to recreate.

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Briar Clark got her start in the media industry in 2017, as an intern for Marie Claire and InStyle. Since then, her keen interest in fashion and beauty has landed her gigs as a Digital Content Producer and Beauty Editor with titles like Girlfriend, Refinery29, BEAUTYcrew and beautyheaven. She loves the way seemingly innocuous topics like skin care and style have the ability to put a smile on people’s faces or make them think about themselves a little differently. A big believer in self love and experimentation, Briar has made a point of becoming the Australian beauty industry’s unofficial guinea pig for unusual treatments and daring hair trends. When she’s not testing out the latest beauty launches, Briar is big on broadening her horizons, mostly in the form of food but she’s also partial to travelling to new destinations both near and far (and of course, allocating an extra bag to bring their best beauty offerings home with her).

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