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Awards Night Hair - Get the Look

17 May 2012
Holliday Grainger prepares for the announcement.Brian Ritchie | BAFTA

Mark Hill's creative director Jules Holland, demonstrates some classic Awards night hair dos for Lydia Bright and Kate Thornton.

Red carpet hair is all about glamour and sophistication. At the 2012 BAFTA Television Awards we can expect to see plenty of sleek up dos and soft, loosely moving curls. Jules explains that the current trend is for freer, more effortless looking hair which is great news for anyone who wants to recreate the looks at home.

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The Side Chignon

In this tutorial Jules talks Kate Thornton through the chignon - a red carpet classic. The aim of this look is to create a low side bun that looks free and effortless, but is crafted and pinned for lasting hold. He uses a Mark Hill Magic Wand and Work it Girl! Spray to achieve the look.

Effortlessly Cool

Jules works Lydia Bright's mid-length blonde locks into soft, loose curls for a trendy, effortless look. Heated Velcro rollers add volume at the top whilst manipulating the rest of the hair with the magic wand creates a dishevelled, sexy effect. For a final touch, Flirty Fix texturizing polish adds definition to each curl.

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Mark Hill - Big Night Out RangeCelebrities will be invited to the Mark Hill Style Suite on Sunday to get their hair red carpet ready for the big event.

They’ll be preened and pampered with sprays and polishes from the newly launched ‘Big Night Out’ range. The products are specially formulated to create show-stopping hair and have launched just in time for this year’s Television Awards.

In Mark Hill's own words...

“Whatever the occasion, be it the BAFTAs or a party in your house, if it’s a night out, make it a big one"