Friends that get perms together, stay together. At least, that’s what Emma Stone and makeup artist Rachel Goodwin were probably hoping as they shared the experience together at Mare Salon in West Hollywood. Goodwin shared a snap of the two mid-procedure, with their hair wrapped around orange and blue rods, as well as an ‘after’ shot — which we’re hoping isn’t the final look.
📷 Rachel Goodwin via Instagram: Some friends get tattoos, well we get PERMS! We’re here to tell you that they are BACK and they are not your grandmas perm! pic.twitter.com/qUmaUt2FzO
— emma stone daily (@dailyemmastone) January 31, 2018
Celebs like Julianna Hough have had similar treatments in the past — and if you still shudder at the word ‘perm’ — don’t worry, gone are the days of ’80s ringlets.
The ‘not your grandma’s perm’ curls are more akin to soft, beachy waves rather than the Shirley-Temple-with-a-splash-of-Justin-Timberlake-circa-NSYNC-kind. Digital perms, originating in Japan and popular in Asia, are also meant to achieve a similar look.
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Goodwin’s reveal leaves a lot to be desired, but we’re guessing the hair is still wet and not fully ‘transformed.’ Why? Well, the salon was also responsible for Lola Kirke‘s glorious perm, which looks mighty fine to us.
At any rate, we’ll be looking out for Emma’s next public appearance and you can bet all our eyes will be on her hair.