For these celebrities, insouciant styling, effortless up-dos and laid back locks were the order of last night’s BAFTA’s.
We love Amanda Seyfried‘s long loose locks and au naturale centre parting. Her hairstylist, Jenny Cho explained, “The inspiration for today was to not over do it. Keeping Amanda’s hair simply sexy and shiny and showing off her beautiful hair with texture”.
How to get the look,
Jenny applied Suave Professionals Volumizing Mousse all over damp hair and layered on a penny- sized amount of Suave Professionals Keratin Infusion Leave-In Conditioner. Blow drying with a round brush to smooth out the hair she then center parted the hair and using 1-1/4 inch curling iron, curled sections from the nape all the way through the front, alternate directions away from the face and towards the face. Once the hair was left to set and had cooled, Jenny applied a drop or two of the new Suave Professionals Moroccan Infusion Styling Oil onto palms, flipping Amand’as hair upside down and run hands through the hair. Flipping hair back, hair spray was used to finish and hold.
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Kate Hudson maintained her Cali-chic beach babe image with a simple but stunning blow-dry. Glossy and golden with a gentle curl in the ends.
Emily Blunt opted for a chic, slightly undone top knot bun for her red carpet appearance. Worn high on the crown of her head and slicked back from her face, the Fishing In The Yemen actress showed off statement earrings and a kohl-flicked eye make up look.
As far as up-do’s go, Sienna Miller‘s easy-to-recreate sleek rosebud bun looked fresh and modern against her barely-there make up and Erdem dress. Celebrity hair stylist James Brown, who created Sienna’s pretty style, said, “It’s all about keeping the hair simple, I love the timeless elegance of the Hitchcock’s blondes, and have played down the look to keep it fresh and modern for Sienna’s red carpet appearance, it’s classic Hollywood with a twist”
How-to get the look,
James used his own brand Heat Protect Spray to prep Sienna’s hair, then blow dried it with a round brush to smooth the hair out. He pulled hair into a low ponytail securing with band and dividing hair into two more ponytails, James then twisted each pony individually running a little serum through the the sections and wrapping them around the central ponytail to create a rosebud style bun. Secure with kirby grips and finish with Effortless Hold Hairspray to hold in place.