This years Met Gala theme was "Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination"; these are our favorite hairstyles from the fashion's biggest night.
Donald Glover: The Higher the Hair, The Closer to God
Making America Gambino Again - Donald Glover is on fire with his newest single "This is America" and his look was both of the times and beyond them. Rocking his natural hair, his afro looked like a halo, proving he doesn't need to accessorize or over style to look holy. To re-create this look, use Hanz de Fuko Heavymade for edge control and Gravity Paste to style twist-outs and make your hair stand higher. Gravity Paste's super grip technology gives high hold and medium shine for a naturally sculpted look.
Shaun White: Pomp & Circumstance
From winning gold medals to commanding the red carpet, Shaun White looks effortlessly cool doing it all. While he's famous for his long, red locks; we're loving his short pompadour at the Met Ball. Re-create this look at home using Hanz de Fuko Quicksand for pre-styling; this will absorb excess oil with zero weight and add lift. Style a modern pompadour with high shine and extreme hold using Heavymade, the ULTIMATE water based pomade that goes on clean and is easy to wash out.
Jared Leto: Jared Leto Superstar
If Rihanna was the Pope of the Met Ball, Jared was Jesus Christ. Leto's long, ombre hair looked straight out of a heavenly bed. If you've got long locks and want to look less hobo, more holy, you'll need to use the right styling products; this look is no accidental miracle. Pro-Tip: when drying hair, use a towel in the direction of hair growth to prevent frizziness. Once dry, use Hanz de Fuko Quicksand for that "Sea-Salt" (ultra-matte) texture and add a dime size amount of Scheme Cream to protect hair from humidity. Work Scheme Cream through hair with your fingertips for a textured "Bed-Head" look or brush through for a smooth, free-flowing style with natural shine.