Meghann Fahy Made Old Hollywood Waves Look Effortless at the 2024 Emmys

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We have all the exclusive details from hairstylist Jacob Rozenberg.

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Very few TV Shows have the power to get everyone in your family—from teenagers to grandparents—talking. Somehow, someway, The White Lotus, a show centered around the ultra-wealthy vacationing and the mischief that ensues, did just that. Thanks to its winning formula of HBO, impeccable scenery, and show-stopping performances, the show's entire cast showed up and out at the 2024 Emmys, including fan favorite Meghann Fahy.

The White Lotus scored 23 nominations overall, and Jennifer Coolidge took home the award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series. Of course, Fahy, who was also up for the same award, had to celebrate her show’s big wins in style, which she did from her gorgeous auburn hair to her velvet dress.

Starting at the top, literally, her hair gave the perfect start to her look. Done by Jacob Rozenberg, Fahy’s hair was perfectly blown out and exuded all the classic Hollywood glamour we would only expect from an Emmys red carpet

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Styled in a perfect blowout, her hair was parted down the middle with shine and bounce we could see through the camera. The ‘do was then laid behind her shoulders with some face-framing accents that shaped the look—a slight wave, nearly matching the shape of her face’s silhouette. Rozenberg told Byrdie exclusively that the blowout was “inspired by her red, velvet dress.”

“The dress has an old Hollywood vibe, and we wanted to make sure that the hair felt modern while still being luxe," he explained. The gown in question was a custom Armani Privé design that was a deep, velvety red from neckline to hemline. The off-the-shoulder neckline featured a string of roses and a floor-length skirt that grazed the ground as she walked. The actress finished the look with Bulgari rings, bracelets, and earrings.

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In order to make sure the blowout was as perfect as her dress, Rozenberg used TRESemmé to get that shine and finish. His key product? The Keratin Smooth Weightless Silky Shine Spray ($8), which he says is “essential to creating this glossy blowout.” Telling Byrdie that he “used it to prep her hair before blowing out and even gave hair an extra coat at the end of styling.”

Beyond that, TRESemmé Extra Hold Mousse ($8) helped give the look some hold and texture, which he applied on damp hair with the SIlky Shine Spray. Then, brushing, drying, and curling her hair before spraying in some TRESemmé Extra Hold Hairspray ($8) before she hit the red carpet.

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