When we think of Megan Fox, we think of her signature hairstyle, which is long, straight and shiny. It’s been her go-to look for as long as we can remember. Not just in Jennifer’s Body—we’re talking all the way back to the early 2000s, when she starred in millennial favorites Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen and Holiday in the Sun. (Honestly, we think about these movies at least once a day.)
Recently, however, she has changed it up. Whether it’s her latest bangs on the red carpet or the time she went all pink-blonde, it seems she’s experimenting with style, color and texture. And that’s certainly the case for her latest look, which she wore to the GQ Men of the Year Party last night. If we had to describe it in two words, it would be “romantic updo.” With her long, wavy lengths tucked up in a bun at the crown of her head, it gives off modern renaissance vibes.
Keep scrolling for a step-by-step guide to recreating the look, straight from her hairstylist Andrew Fitzsimons. Tip: It only takes four products and they are $14 each.
This article originally appeared on whowhatwear.com
#1 Andrew Fitzsimons AF1 Restructuring 10-in-1 Leave-In Conditioner
Fitzsimons styled her hair exclusively with products from his namesake. To start, he prepped her hair by applying this leave-in conditioner evenly from her mid-lengths to her ends. It’s a 10-in-1 product, so it does everything from repairing damaged hair and split ends to detangling, preventing flyaways and adding shine.
#2 Andrew Fitzsimons Body Volume Blowdry Hold Spray
Before reaching for heat tools, Fitzsimons sprayed her hair all over with this volumizing product in an attempt to lift her roots and add flexible texture. Once that was done, he gave her hair a blowout and curled it with a one-inch curling iron.
#3 Andrew Fitzsimons Après Sexe Texture Spray
From there he pulled out a large section of her hair from the front and parted it to frame her face. He took the rest into a high ponytail and sprayed this texture spray throughout for an undone, tousled effect. “Using my finger, I pulled out small sections of the ponytail and curled them around my finger, putting them back into the ponytail one by one to create a messy bun effect,” he says.
#4 Andrew Fitzsimons Hairspray with Hard, Strong Hold
The final step was to use this hold hairspray so her style wouldn’t budge. All in all, it’s not that hard to recreate a style, right? And it’s certainly not too hard on your wallet.