Ted would get a kick out of this. Hair and makeup designer Nicky Austin has been incorporating subtle Easter eggs into characters’ looks since season 1 of Ted Lasso — and she’s now revealing the strategy behind each nod.‘Ted Lasso’ Cast’s Dating Histories A part of the beloved Apple TV+ comedy since its 2020 debut, Austin goes beyond just creating looks for each character every episode.
She also compares the old with the new in order to make meaningful connections for story line arcs.“I’ll go, ‘OK, there’s gonna be a different look that we need to do.
We need to do something different for Keeley on this day, and we need to do something different for Rebecca on this day.’ And I’ll try and track back,” she exclusively told Us Weekly. “For example, she had a really monumental scene, Keeley [Juno Temple] with Roy [Brett Goldstein] in season 1, where she had her first kiss wearing this particular ponytail, and then she wore it again on his last game when he’d injured himself beyond repair.”Most of Austin’s choices tend to involve Keeley Jones, which isn’t much of a surprise.Read more on usmagazine.com