Sarah Jessica Parker, Allison Janney and Drea de Matteo earned top nods at the 56th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, but not only for their award-winning television performances.
The three award-winning actresses were also crowned “Best CurlFriends” by the eponymous named hair care company that has taken Hollywood by storm. Created by stylist-to-the-stars Antonio Soddu, CurlFriends is a uniquely formulated salon quality hair care system for the needs of naturally curly and permed hair.
The CurlFriends product line features specially created professional products and techniques that make it possible for everyone to look like a superstar by achieving the shiniest, sexiest and most supple curls ever.
“This year’s Emmys featured some of the best curly hair styles I’ve ever seen,” said Soddu. “The range was tremendous — from long, loosely tousled curls to tight ringlets. Women all over the world should be encouraged by this glamorous showing of beautiful curls and learn to embrace their own curly hair.”
Curly hairstyles were in abundance on the red carpet of this year’s Emmy Awards. Other spectacular curly hairstyles were worn by actresses that included “Life with Bonnie’s” Bonnie Bunt, “Frasier’s” Laura Linney, “The West Wing’s” Marlee Matlin and Janel Moloney, “Curb Your Enthusiasm’s” Cheryl Hines, “Malcolm in the Middle’s” Jane Kaczmarek and “Cold Case’s” Kathryn Morris.J
Parker, star of the now defunct “Sex and the City,” took home the Emmy for Lead Actress In A Comedy Series. She wore her long brown hair parted in the middle, one side pulled back and loosely curled.
Allison Janney, who won the Emmy for Lead Actress In A Drama Series for her role on “The West Wing,” wore her long hair pulled back at the nape of her neck with loose curls framing her face.
“The Sopranos” de Matteo, who was awarded the Emmy for Supporting Actress In A Drama Series, had her long tresses partially pulled back with several long, loose curls around her face.
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