The Hair Product That Scarlett Johansson's Sylist Swears By

Scarlett Johansson looked stunning in a long red dress as one of the best dressed stars the 2020 Golden Globes. However, it was her perfectly done bun that caught the attention of many.

While walking the red carpet with her husband, comedian Colin Jost, actress didn't have a hair out of place as she sported a tight bun. And, according to her stylist, Jenny Cho, that can be credited to a reasonably priced product. "Dream set up for SCARLETT JOHANSSON," Cho wrote on Instagram in January 2020, along with a photo of several products from French beauty brand Sisley Paris, which, per its website, offers skincare, makeup, and fragrances. Also captured in the image was a product from Sisley's haircare line, Hair Rituel by Sisley, and a hair dryer from GHD Hair, and styling tools. 

"Thank you for being with me today," Cho continued, also giving a nod to her Virtue Create Lifting Powder, which is available at Sephora for $34.

As the retailer explained, the Virtue Create Lifting Power is a "weightless, volumizing powder that combines Virtue's patented Alpha Keratin 60ku® with invigorating texture enhancers to add volume to hair" that can be used on straight or wavy hair with fine or medium texture.

Not everyone loves the product Scarlett Johansson's stylist adores

According to Sephora, the Virtue Create Lifting Power should be used on clean, dry hair. To use the product, hold the applicator two to four inches away from your mane, and spray it towards the roots on the section of hair where you're trying to get some volume. It is also important to run your fingers through your hair afterwards, to ensure that the product has been dispersed evenly.

While Johansson's stylist named the product in her "dream setup," not everyone who has used it is a fan. In fact, the product has received mixed reviews on the retailer's website and has just a 3 out of 5 rating. "This product made my hair feel dirty, too dirty. I felt like I wanted to wash it again. Was too sticky for my liking," one person wrote, as another labeled the product as "extremely chalky" and said it was a "total waste of money."

At the same time, others applauded the item for lifting their fine hair and said it wasn't "too sticky." One particular woman said that while it is a "bit sticky to the touch," no one would notice unless they touch it.