Actress and activist Jane Fonda graced the red carpet in a white pantsuit and topped off her look by embracing her shiny gray hair.
The iconic Jane Fonda has decided to stop dyeing her hair and embrace her natural tresses, and she doesn’t only look great, but she’s loving it.
The eighty-tree-year-old actress was celebrated at the annual Golden Globe Award. She was awarded the Cecil B. DeMille Award for her contributions to the film industry. At the awards, she finished off a pantsuit with grey hair.
Fonda’s Golden Globes Look
Fonda opted for a recycled look this time around. She wore a tailored cream white pantsuit and a pair of silver heels from her closet.
The monochromatic look was elevated by her silver hair that turned the ensemble into a memorable look. Her hairstylist Jonathan Hanousek was inspired by the entire outfit.
“We wanted a touch of drama to complement her chic outfit.”Hanousek tells “Instyle.”
Fonda’s Grey Hair
Hanousek goes on to share the approach taken for Fonda’s hair at the Globes. He told “Instyle” that since the actress is growing out a pixie, they decided to add some layers and razored bangs.
And while the cut was definitely edgy and glamorous, Fonda’s hair looked beautifully lush and shiny. Her stylist spills the beans on how they achieved that high-level shine.
Hanousek used L’Oréal Paris’ Le Color Gloss in Clear on Fonda’s hair. A quick in-shower gloss treatment to bring out the color of the hair. He followed up with a primer, mouse, and then L’Oréal’s Elvive Dream Lengths Air Volume Dry Shampoo for added volume.
Fonda Talks About Her Hair
The “Grace and Frankie” star had an interview with Ellen DeGeneres before the 2021 Golden Globes. She shared her delight and freedom of letting her hair be.
“I’ll tell you, I’m so happy I let it go gray. Enough already with so much time wasted, so much money spent, so many chemicals. I’m through with that.”Fonda said.
She also spoke a bit about her commitment to re-wear the items in her wardrobe. The activist indeed made good on that commitment and look drop-dead gorgeous doing it.
Reusing Her Wardrobe
“I vowed a couple of years ago to never buy new clothes again. You know, we spend too much money, we buy too many things and then get rid of them. We try to develop our identity by shopping, we’ve got to stop that, stop all this consumerism.”the actress told Ellen.