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The Baftas hairdos that turned heads


Florence Pugh @peterluxhair

The stand-out (literally!) look at the recent Bafta Awards in London was seen on Florence Pugh, whose hair was pulled back and arranged into a spikey fan that matched the stiffened protruding pleats of her architectural gown. All this was paired with a slightly side-parted micro-fringe.


Another ‘out there’ hairdo was sported by Little Simz, whose half up-half down braids spilled out from the top of her head like a fountain.


‘West Side Story’ star and Oscar-winner Ariana de Bose surely had the most side-swept look of the night, with most of her pixie cut swept forward and onto the left side of her face.


Gwendolyn Christie @gwendolynuniverse

‘Game of Thrones’ star Gwendolyn Christie’s hair was the ultimate in glam – with her strawberry blonde hair crimped into neat waves and cascading over one shoulder.


Superbly rocking the wet look was Danielle Deadwyler. Her long, dark, loose curls were slicked back behind the ears.


Jodie Turner-Smith @jodiesmith

Not many women can carry off closely cropped hair but Jodie Turner-Smith is an exception, given her strong bone structure and features. The lack of hair highlighted her extreme, eye-popping make-up.


Carey Mulligan’s blunt cut, centre-parted, chin-length bob included a single, slight wave, while Naomie Ackie’s long raven locks were tightly pulled back into a waist-length ponytail, accented by an asymmetrical side-parting.


Ana de Armas @halleybrisker

Long, mahogany ombre s-waves styled by @halleybrisker were seen on Ana de Armas, in a more casual rather than structured look.


Gugu Mbatha-Raw stunned in a tightly pulled back ballet bun, perched right on the top of her head.



Nicola Coughlan @nicolacoughlan

‘Bridgerton’ star Nicola Coughlan had her long blonde locks styled into a pretty 1950s coif, her half updo teased at the top and created by @leighkeateshair.


Emma Mackie’s hairdo channelled 1960s French singer, Francoise Hardy, with long, straight borderline messy tresses and an eyelash-skimming choppy fringe.


Julianne Moore @juliannemoore

Julianne Moore’s long beautiful red tresses were worn tucked behind the ears in gentle s-waves, while Sophie Turner’s deep auburn hair was characterised by centre-parted curtain bangs. (Report by Joanna Sterkowicz and Natasha Chisese)

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