Aveda has tapped British actress and model Hannah Dodd as the face of its latest campaign.
The 28-year-old star of Marvel’s Eternals will promote the Estée Lauder-owned brand’s Botanical Repair line, which includes a range of products designed to repair hair that has been damaged by heat styling and colouring.
Dodd is said to have been chosen due to the colour transformations, heat styling and wigs her hair has endured throughout her various acting roles.
“I’ve gone from blonde to red and back again so many times with my recent roles, my hair really needed that miracle product that worked quickly and prevented future damage,” said Dodd.
Dodd received a bespoke consultation service at Aveda’s flagship salon in London’s Covent Garden with the brand’s Senior Creative Director, Michael Lendon.
Her hair was treated with Aveda’s three-step Botanical Repair Strengthening service – which includes a shampoo, conditioner and Intensive Strengthening Masque – to rebuild bonds in the hair and reverse signs of visible damage, that is also said to leave hair up to five times stronger, according to the brand.
“Ever since using Aveda, my hair feels stronger and healthier,” she added.
Who is Hannah Dodd?
Dodd is no stranger to a beauty campaign, starring in luxury brand Burberry’s Christmas 2014 campaign alongside Romeo Beckham after modelling for fashion brands including Primark and Topshop.
She made her acting debut in 2018 in drama series Find Me in Paris and Harlots, before going on to appear in Marvel’s Eternals in 2021, directed by Chloe Zao.
In 2022, meanwhile, she landed roles in detective sequel Enola Holmes 2 alongside Millie Bobby Brown, as well as drama series Anatomy of a Scandal, playing the younger version of Sienna Miller’s character.
Dodd is also set to star in the upcoming third series of Netflix period drama Bridgerton, taking over the role of Francesca Bridgerton from actress Ruby Stokes.