“Daisy Jones & The Six” premieres March 3 on Amazon Prime.
The 10-episode limited series is based on author Taylor Jenkins Reid’s book of the same name.
The series is set in the 1970s so there are a lot of sideburns, mustaches, and funky costumes.
The Amazon Prime adaption of Taylor Jenkins Reid’s bestselling book “Daisy Jones & The Six” premieres March 3. Influenced by Fleetwood Mac, Reid’s story follows the rise and fall of a fictional band in the 1970s.
Daisy Jones, the free-spirited lead singer of the band, is played by Riley Keough. Her hair is copper red and in flashbacks to the 1970s, she wears eclectic outfits that are fitting for the era.
Keough sported a similar red hairstyle to her character throughout filming but recently debuted a blonde balayage look.
Billy Dunne, played by Sam Claflin, wears a lot of denim on denim, is clean-shaven, and has loose, shoulder-length hair.
In real life, Claflin, who learned how to sing and play the guitar for the show, has been seen sporting a beard and short hair.
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Camila Dunne is Billy’s wife — she has chocolate-brown hair that’s often worn down either pin straight or in loose waves.
Camila Morrone shares the same first name as her character. In real life, she looks quite similar to Camila in the show, but has a more daring sense of style and has recently been seen with thick bangs.
Karen Sirko, played by Suki Waterhouse, is the band’s keyboard player. She identifies as a tomboy and leaves the more revealing onstage looks to Daisy Jones.
Like her character, Suki Waterhouse has dirty-blonde hair, but she rocks bangs. Waterhouse, who sings as well as acts, also isn’t afraid to wear an adventurous outfit when she performs.
Graham Dunne is the lead guitarist in the band and the younger brother of Billy. Played by Will Harrison, he has a shaggy head of hair, thick sideburns, and wears a lot of denim on denim — like his brother.
Harrison previously shared a similar hairstyle to his character in real life, although his sideburns weren’t as prominent.
Warren Rhodes and Eddie Roundtree are the band’s drummer and bassist, respectively. They both have hairstyles, facial hair, and outfits that are quintessential of the 1970s.
In real life, Sebastian Chacon has the same dark curly hair as his character but is usually spotted with a clean-shaven look rather than a thick mustache.
Meanwhile, Josh Whitehouse – who plays Eddie – has naturally curly hair. He also doesn’t rock bushy sideburns like his character does.
Simone Jackson is Daisy’s best friend and the one to encourage her to write her own music. In the book and series, she’s a successful singer in her own right and also wears ensembles typical of the 1970s era.
Nabiyah Be plays disco artist Simone — her style in real life blends boho and modern aesthetics.
Rod Reyes, played by Timothy Olyphant, manages “The Six” before they meet Daisy Jones and in the show, he rocks a thick head of brunette hair and a handlebar mustache.
Olyphant wore a wig for the show. In real life, he has salt-and-pepper short hair and is usually clean-shaven.
Producer Teddy Price also helps shape the band into rock stars. In the show, he has thick facial hair and an Afro.
Unlike his on-screen character, actor Tom Wright has a shaved head and typically sports less facial hair.
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