We're celebrating a good morning "American hustle" with the wizard that conjured up the amazing hairstyles. She is a member of the academy of motion pictures and arts and motion pictures arts and... See More
We're celebrating a good morning "American hustle" with the wizard that conjured up the amazing hairstyles. She is a member of the academy of motion pictures and arts and motion pictures arts and sciences one of an elite group of professionals whose vote decides on the oscars and ABC's cam Mathison has more. Welcome, welcome. Reporter: From Effie's coif in "The hunger games" to princess Leia's inter galactic double buns in "Star wars" movie hairstyles can become just as iconic as the films themselves now hairstylist and recent bafta winner Katherine Gordon creatdited with creating the stars in this film. It's fantastic and looks so natural. They look like real people do. It didn't look like hair and makeup people did it. Her team just missed the cut for being follow natured for an Oscar by a hair. Don't repeat that. But, yes. Reporter: Gordon says she's deeply proud of the project. A great movie to work on because you could mix high fashion with regular people. Sears catalog, high fashion magazines, Diane Von Furstenberg. It's studio 54. What about that unforgettable comb-over. 'He make it go forward, lift it. Put pray gel in there. I taught him how to do it, of course. Armed with my "Gma" pal Rachel smith we challenged our own hair and makeup team to see if they could do what Katherine Gordon's team did so masterfully. Apparently my whole look I got going on isn't cutting it. I want to get a little more Bradley cooper fabulous. The bronze, the curls. I want to sea Amy Adams, the hair, the makeup. Let's get in touch with our inner '70s self. The curls and Bradley's Uber masculine tan and of course more curls and volume. Could this be the revival of something big. Three. Boom. Look at you. Careful. Careful. These are dangerous curls. Such a vixen. I think we're into a new trend. Just saying. Whether it's a fashion do or don't, 1978, here we come. For "Good morning America," Cameron Mathison, ABC news, Hollywood.
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