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Celebrity colorist reveals cutting-edge ‘spun with gold’ technique used to create Margot Robbie’s gorgeous hair highlights


  • The hair highlighting technique used to create Margot’s natural-looking highlights is called ‘spun with gold’
  • It was created by celebrity colorist Jacob Schwartz, who has worked with some of Hollywood’s most beloved blondes including Sydney Sweeney 
  • ‘The hair looks lit from within, where it’s all cohesively lighter,’ said the artist 

Margot Robbie‘s much anticipated Golden Globes ensemble was head-to-toe perfect. Her Barbie pink gown was flawless and her glam… on point! 

According to a new study by Fresha, Robbie’s beauty routine ranked third most popular in 2023, following Taylor Swift and Beyoncé. 

Want to know how her mane looks so sensational? Daily Mail gets the scoop on the hair highlighting technique used to create the star’s glowing golden locks.

Margot Robbie 's much anticipated Golden Globes ensemble was head-to-toe perfection.

Margot Robbie ‘s much anticipated Golden Globes ensemble was head-to-toe perfection.

The 33-year-old star’s Georgio Armani Privé pink gown – inspired by the 1977 SuperStar Barbie – was complemented beautifully with her angelic locks and barely-there makeup.

Her swoon-worthy highlights were created by OLAPLEX Global Ambassador and celebrity colorist Jacob Schwartz.

Schwartz, who has worked with some of Hollywood’s most beloved blondes (including Sydney Sweeney), describes his cutting-edge technique dubbed “spun with gold” as ‘a really natural version of highlighting.’

Her swoon-worthy highlights were created by OLAPLEX Global Ambassador and celebrity colorist Jacob Schwartz

Her swoon-worthy highlights were created by OLAPLEX Global Ambassador and celebrity colorist Jacob Schwartz

‘I coined the term spun with gold because the hair looks lit from within, where it’s all cohesively lighter,’ said the artist who can be found at LA’s prestigious Meche Salon.

‘There are still highlights and there’s still dimension, but it looks more effortless. We’ve gradually gone blonder with Margot, but we’ve been touching it up and keeping it fresh and bright.’

His unique technique draws inspiration from Botticelli in its conjuring of a gilded, backlit effect to the hair in real life; an overall solid but dimensional highlighting to the hair. 

It’s become one of the most-requested services for those looking for a beautiful blonde hair color that looks lit from within.

Emphasizing light, movement, and dimension, his technique is achieved by using a balance of fine highlights woven throughout the client’s head of hair. 

'I coined the term spun with gold because the hair looks lit from within, where it's all cohesively lighter,' said the artist who can be found at LA¿s prestigious Meche Salon

‘I coined the term spun with gold because the hair looks lit from within, where it’s all cohesively lighter,’ said the artist who can be found at LA’s prestigious Meche Salon

While his client is in the chair, he is checking the highlights constantly, so nothing goes platinum or white blonde. 

He uses a demi permanent color on the roots and a lighter color on the midshaft of the hair after the highlights are rinsed. 

Unlike the popular ombré trend, the roots are soft and not dark.

Jacob always recommends at-home care in between salon appointments. For his spun with gold clients, he likes OLAPLEX No. 4 Bond Maintenance Shampoo and OLAPLEX No. 5 Bond Maintenance Conditioner to protect from breakage.

'When I highlight Margot and any of my other clients, I always use about a quarter ounce of OLAPLEX Nº.1 Bond Multiplier in my lightener, or bleach,' says the colorist

‘When I highlight Margot and any of my other clients, I always use about a quarter ounce of OLAPLEX Nº.1 Bond Multiplier in my lightener, or bleach,’ says the colorist

After you freshly highlight your hair, the stylist urges you to make sure you add moisture back in.

After you freshly highlight your hair, the stylist urges you to make sure you add moisture back in.

‘When I highlight Margot and any of my other clients, I always use about a quarter ounce of OLAPLEX Nº.1 Bond Multiplier in my lightener, or bleach. That is the most important part,’ he says.

‘Then, when I rinsed the foils and took the highlights out, I applied OLAPLEX Bond Perfector Nº.2 and let it sit in the hair for about 10 minutes. 

‘Then I gloss her and use the OLAPLEX Nº.4 Bond Maintenance Shampoo and OLAPLEX Nº.5 Bond Maintenance Conditioner.’ 

After you freshly highlight your hair, the stylist urges you to make sure you add moisture back in. 

‘OLAPLEX protects against breakage and keeps the hair strong, but other products in the line are good with moisture and the hair’s softness and shine.’





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