Sunday evening brought with it a flurry of famous faces with the BAFTA celebrations. Keen as always to see our favourite celebs rocking amazing hairdos, we watched patiently for some stand-out dos and eventually our patience was rewarded. And the BAFTAs for great hair go to…
Natalie Dormer’s up-do
Sporting a truly elegant stand-out hairstyle, Natalie Dormer stole the show for us with her effortlessly chic look. We couldn’t stop marvelling at how healthy and fresh her hair looked! To have your hair looking as fabulous as Natalie’s we recommend the use of our Hair Mask Extra Rich, a rich and intensive conditioner with active ingredient Pro-Keratin to rebuild the structure of hair.
We loved Natalie’s look so much that we created our very own get-the-look video to show you how you can recreate her look with Great Lengths.
Keira Knightley’s beach waves
We have always been big fans of Keira’s tresses and Sunday evening was no exception! We loved how classy her beachy waves looked, so simple but yet so effective. However, not all of us are blessed with such luscious locks to achieve this look which is why we recommend our GL Apps service. GL Apps hair extensions take a fraction of the time to apply compared to other extensions and last for around 4 weeks. They quickly enhance the volume, length and colour of your existing hair. One final twist with a curling Wand and you’re away!
GL Apps are also perfect for girls with bobs looking to grow out their style and experiment with longer hair.
Rosamund Pike’s voluminous LOB
Voluminous, blonde and gently tousled – its no wonder we fell in love all over again with Rosamund Pike’s long bob. To achieve this look we recommend blending in different shades of blonde from our Classic Base Shades extensions to your hair to acquire a rich depth and increased volume. A long bob requires weight and volume to keep it in place and these added extensions will assist with this aspect too.
To get your own A-lister hairstyle book a free consultation with your nearest Great Lengths salon.
[Images sourced from Google]