The ‘Bones and All’ star is a beauty icon in the making — just look to her shape-shifting bob for proof.
It’s not every day we get to witness a beauty icon budding before our very eyes, yet here is Taylor Russell — and her always beguiling hair.
As the leading lady of Bones and All, Luca Guadagnino’s newest film, Russell has spent recent months promoting the film on global red carpets alongside co-star Timothée Chalamet, all the while establishing her position as a style star to watch. (The Canadian actor even landed an ambassadorship role with Spanish fashion house Loewe.)
But aside from her fashionably chameleonic ways, Russell’s ability to transform her blunt brunette bob makes a major case for Russell as the next big thing in the beauty sphere as well. A true Russell hairdo is often short, polished and chic — a refined alternative to her Bones and All character Maren, who wears a more severe blunt fringe.
At the Los Angeles premiere of Bones and All last week, Russell showed us precisely why she is a force to be reckoned with in the hair game with an intricate bow-like style carried out by celebrity hairstylist Peter Lux (below).
In an Instagram caption, Lux details the spur-of-the-moment creation of this complex coiffure. “This hair was so fun to create and kinda just happened within 30 minutes, a can of super extra strong AF hold hairspray and a bundle of hair extensions the day before the event.” explains the stylist.
In the comments of the same post, find Don’t Worry Darling actress Florence Pugh swooning like the rest of us. “This is absolutely breathtaking… wow. Wow. Wow,” she writes.
Throwing any short-hair-is-boring stigma out the window, this Canadian star proves no style is off limits for her and her bob. In a case study on how to flawlessly execute a bob in more ways than one, observe Russell, below, with her locks in a classic crop.
At the Venice Premiere of Bones and All back in September, Russell looked every bit the part of a breakout star who had indeed arrived. For this cropped cut, the main objective was “classic and chic”…