The red carpet was rolled out at London’s ODEON for another glittering BAFTA presentation ceremony. As always, the acting elite donned their glad rags and coiffed their tresses to perfection for the occasion. Here is our lowdown on the best tressed from the night…
Isla Fisher attended the BAFTAs with her hilarious hubby Sacha Baron Cohen, but all eyes were on this beautiful redhead. Opting for classic waves, Isla brought Hollywood to the West End, and this elegant ‘do is easier to achieve than you think! You’ll need a Waving Wand, a brush – we recommend our Large Paddle Brush and lots of hairspray… Spritz your hair with hairspray and section your hair. Wrap your hair forward around the wand, with the wand pointing down. Repeat with sections until all your hair is prepped, and then brush through. Simple! Complete the look by applying some Super Shine Spray to smooth your locks and create a beautiful texture with unbeatable style.
Sleek & Slick
Yummy Mummy Laura Haddock turned heads on the red carpet last night, and we’re not just talking about her incredible feathered gown; we loved her sleek, slick and stylish tresses! Keep your Great Lengths hair extensions looking super shiny just like Laura’s locks with our Pearl Gloss Styler. It’s light-reflecting crystals give extensions additional shine and shimmer. If Laura’s beautiful brunette hair has made you dare to go dark, why not try our GL Apps? They’re perfect for quickly enhancing the colour of your hair and boosting volume too!
Saoirse Ronan’s red carpet hair has given us major hair envy throughout award season, and last night’s hair was no exception! Styling her golden locks in a pretty ‘ditzy’ ponytail style, this beautiful actress achieved an effortless chic up-do, giving us even plenty of hairspiration. We were so inspired that we’ve created a new ‘Get the Look’ hair tutorial, to show you guys how to recreate this preen pony.
Here are a few more of our best-tressed celebs from the night.
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