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Juno Temple's glam squad tame crazy curls

Published 01/06/2016

Juno Temple
Juno Temple

Juno Temple thought she'd get to keep a hand painted leather jacket from Vinyl after her body swelled up in it and became too tight to take off.

Juno Temple wakes up looking like Medusa.

The English actress has been rocking a head of blonde curls since appearing on hit show Vinyl, set in ‘70s New York. The hairstyle has proved such a hit that Juno now sports it in real life, showing it off at Tuesday night’s (31May16) Dior Resort show at Blenheim Palace, U.K.

Wearing a lace long sleeved top underneath a sparkly pinafore, Juno explained to Britain’s InStyle that she’d taken her time to get glammed up for the event.

“In my everyday life about 34 seconds,” she joked of getting ready. “Well my face (tonight) took a really long time because I woke up looking like a troll.

“My hair took a good a good 45 minutes to an hour, because they sort of reorganise the curls because when I go to bed and I wake up I can look like Medusa. Chic Medusa.”

Vinyl’s first season ended in April (16), with the Mick Jagger and Martin Scorsese created music epic returning to screens next year (17).

Bobby Cannavale was the show’s lead, with Olivia Wilde, James Jagger and Juno bringing extra ‘70s style to proceedings.

“There’s this one jacket in it that is this little tiny leather jacket that was hand painted with a leopard and a gorilla,” Juno said of her favourite wardrobe piece. “I had to have talcum powered on my arms to get my arms through because it was for a child. And one day it was about 110 degrees in New York and we’re filming with no air conditioning and I insisted I had it on. And then I swelled, my body just grew with the heat so I couldn’t get it off, so I was like ‘This is my excuse; I’m going to get to take it home’.

“Then of course they turned on the air conditioning and they got me out of it.”

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