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The irony of Holiday’s trailblazing beauty signature is that it evolved from a happy accident. According to Byrd, the story goes something like this While backstage in a dressing room doing her hair before a performance, Holiday was using a hot comb that was too hot and burned off a section of her hair near her left ear. She panicked Because who wouldn’t says Byrd, while another female jazz singer, who was sharing the dressing room, ran to the coat check, which was selling gardenias; she bought one so Holiday could cover it up. She loved how it looked and began wearing the flower, sometimes more than one, after that when she performed, says Byrd. She points out that this is one of two great looks in Black hair musical history that started as a way to fix a terrible mistake. Back in the ’s, Pepa Sandra Denton of Salt-N-Pepa accidentally burned off a chunk of her hair on one side of her head with a chemical straightening relaxer. Her hair was lopsided, and instead of cutting the undamaged side so it was even, she went onstage with the uneven look, says Byrd. It was the birth of the asymmetric styles that were so popular for Black women in the ’s.
Needless to say, doing Holiday’s celebrated gardenia hair justice in The United States vs. Billie Holiday was top of mind for Daniels, Nieddu, and the hair team headed up by legendary pro Charles Gregory Ross, who died tragically from COVID- last April. What I love the most about Billie’s signature gardenia look is that she turned a simple press-and-curl into a glamorous hairstyle, explains hairstylist Stacie Merriman, who worked alongside Ross to meticulously design all of Day’s looks, creating custom wigs and styling her natural hair. To re-create Holiday’s floral updo, Merriman would typically prep Day’s hair with Chi heat protectant cream and castor oil–infused hair butter to maintain the health of her sandy brown curls, then blow-dry and flatiron her hair straight before using a one-inch curling iron to curl small sections from the nape upward to her hairline, which was smoothed down with edge control and pinned with bobby pins. Lee was very specific about maintaining the authenticity of how Billie wore her hair, so I never strayed away from the reference photos when re-creating her looks, says Merriman, adding that she also darkened Day’s lengths with black Joico Tint Shot, before sealing everything in with oil sheen and blasts of Oribe Superfine Hairspray.
Holiday’s pièce de résistance floral hair look was, and always will be, an emblem of her elegance and power. Black women at that time in society were often not considered feminine or beautiful in the ways that white women were by mainstream America and the media, explains author, editor, and Black hair historian Ayana Byrd. The fact that such a famous Black woman adopted a flowerwhich is soft, delicate, and beautifuland made it a part of her signature look was a reclaiming of this idea that Black women are also beautiful in this way. The look had a significant, long-lasting impact on stage performers, particularly within the jazz world, through the decades. In fact gardenias worn in one’s hair is a shorthand way to pay tribute to Holiday. Even when women wear it just because they like the looknot in intentional emulation of herit is impossible to do it without giving a nod to the singer, as the look immediately reminds us of her, explains Byrd. What is powerful about this is that a Black woman performing at the timeand in the industrythat she did was able to add an enduring contribution to the lexicon of what is considered beautiful.
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