From time to time, a pop-cultural phenomenon takes over the world by storm and with it a new and new obsession with beauty arises. The most recently? Marianne's bangs on the success of the Hulu series, Normal People. The internet is obsessed – and so are we. Not to mention, the actress who plays the Irish teenager admits that played played a role in her winning the role.
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English actress Daisy Edgar-Jones plays Marianne on the show based on the novel of the same name by Sally Rooney. Incredible as Edgar-Jones' performance is, we must admit that sometimes it was her bangs that stole the show. Like Connell's jail, this is a conversation for another time.
Since then, the hairstyle has launched Instagram accounts full of photos of brunette beauty locks and "bangs", in addition to articles on how to copy the skin (although not recommended during quarantine).
As it turns out, this hairstyle stands out for a reason. Not only is it important for the character, but it was also important for the actress. During an interview with Vulture, the actress revealed that, until she cut her bangs, she hadn't reserved many papers.
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"Just before Christmas last year, I just didn't get a job and then I got my bangs," she said. "So, a week later, I got the job, so I was like, 'Oh, maybe that's the only thing that's hiring me.'
Hair designer Sandra Kelly said Vogue Brazil that Marianne's hair played a key role in Marianne's development as a young woman. "When she starts, at school, she has this short, wavy and arched fringe, with long hair," she explained. "We wanted to make it look like she really didn't bother much, but it also made her look a little artistic and a little bit peculiar, especially compared to the other girls at school. That fringe was specifically for that." So when her character goes for Trinity, "it's more of an" appearance " & # 39 ;. "
The professional also shared how she achieved these continuously impressive styles. "I used a spray from Paul Mitchell or L & # 39; Oréal on the roofs to increase support, as the bangs can look quite flat," she explained. “And for that rough, separate finish that perfectly shows the texture on the fringe, we use spray of sea salt.”
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