Britain’s most prestigious film and television awards event, the Baftas, took place at London’s Royal Albert Hall on 13 March.
Daisy Edgar Jones’ long brunette locks were styled into a gently waved half-updo, with shoulder length middle-parted bangs becomingly framing her face. The waves were particularly unstructured, for an ultra casual look.
Millie Bobbie Brown had a striking if arguably unflattering do – the hair was tightly pulled back into a bun but with short curtain bangs strictly parted in the middle, so the fringe hung in two sections, on each side of her forehead.
The multiple award-winning star of ‘West Side Story’, Ariana DeBose, sported an edgy look – her raven coloured hair was cut short with a single, long highlighted bang coming from an extreme side-parting and falling on one side of her face.
Talking of short bangs, Jessie Buckley had an even shorter fringe, to match her ear-length 1920s type bob, modernised by messy waves.
Lady Gaga’s long platinum hair was styled into Hollywood Golden Era waves that channeled Rita Hayworth. A similar look was seen on drag queen, Bimini Bon Boulash.
Bond actress, Lashana Lynch, slayed the red carpet with a super short cut, comprised of little corkscrew curls.
Rebecca Hall rocked an utra-short and shaggy pixie cut. Also going the pixie route, but in a tidier version, was French actress and Bond girl, Lea Seydoux.
A severe look was seen on Catriona Balfe, whose hair was slicked back into a bun with a deep side-parting. Others opting for the pulled back hair look were Daisy Ridley, Adwoa Aboah and Florence Pugh.
Sienna Miller styled her hair in the iconic ‘Sienna Miller look’ that suits her Boho style so well, namely long, loose and almost un-kept looking blonde hair
Lucy Boynton’s retro 1930s wavy platinum blonde bob was both ultra-glam and flattering.
‘Bridgerton’ actress, Simone Ashley, wore the ultimate in voluminous long waves. (Report by Joanna Sterkowicz)