Megan Fox has been known for her waist-length brown waves for a long time, but her “slutty but studious” white-blonde “Targaryen” look and Halloween costumes as the main character from The Legend of Zelda and ’90s heartthrob Pamela Anderson made us think she was ready to commit to the new color.
But on November 17, the actor showed that her brown hair was back and better than ever with an updo for the GQ Men of the Year party. This was unusual for Fox, who usually lets her mermaid-like waves hang loose. The front of her hair was styled with two tendrils that framed her face. This made us think that Fox was the best Y2K prom queen.
In a press release that was sent to Allure, Fitzsimons explained step-by-step how he used products from his hair-care line to make Fox’s prom queen bun. With Andrew Fitzsimons AF, he began in the middle of her wet hair and worked his way down to the ends. 1 Restructuring 10-in-1 leave-in conditioner to add moisture. Next, he sprayed all of her hair with the Andrew Fitzsimons Body Volume Blowdry Hold Spray to add volume and texture. Then, he used a curling iron to make loose bends in her hair.
Before putting the hair into a high ponytail, he separated and parted a large section at the front to make those beautiful tendrils. Fitzsimons says that after putting the hair in a ponytail, he sprayed it all over with Andrew Fitzsimon’s APRES SEXE Texture Spray. “I took small pieces of the ponytail and curled them around my finger, then pinned them back into the ponytail one by one to make it look like a messy bun,” he says.
The look stayed in place all night thanks to a final spray of Andrew Fitzsimons Hard Hold Hairspray, so Fox could relax and enjoy the night like a real 1990s prom queen.