The TV BAFTA awards on Sunday night saw stars of the small screen going all-out glam to impress on the red carpet.
From Millie Mackintosh's high ponytail to Laura Whitmore's glamorous hollywood waves, celebrity hair stylist Mark Hill created some of the most coveted hair looks on the red carpet. Here, he reveals how to recreate the hairstyles for a red-carpet worthy look.
Scroll below to find out how to recreate some of the BAFTA's best hairstyles
Caroline Flack and Millie Mackintosh sporting glamorous hairstyles by Mark Hill
Caroline Flack's soft waves
Get the look:
"TV favourite Caroline Flack opted for gothic glamour to go with her Black 50s style dress prom dress," reveals Mark. "I created this look using my Extreme Wicked Waver by tonging each section and pinning the curls to cool. My top tip for soft waves like these is to brush them out gently afterwards!"Millie Mackintosh's high ponytail
Get the look:
For a sleek high ponytail, Mark prepped Millie’s hair with his Work it Girl Shine Protect and Control
spray. Using a styling cushion brush, he swept her hair back towards her crown, and secured the high ponytail with a hairband. To create a sleek twist, he wrapped a small section of the hair around the base of the ponytail to cover the hairband. For a smooth finish, he glided over the ponytail with straighteners. He suggested using hairspray to secure the whole look and add a healthy shine.
Laura Whitmore and Emily Atack opted to leave their hair down for a glamorous, laid back look
Laura Whitmore's Hollywood waves
Get the look: "Laura Whitmore stunned on the red carpet this year with gorgeous Hollywood waves!" said Mark. "I swept these to the side to complement her chic halter neck dress and emphasise her gorgeous high cheekbones. Add shine to a style like this with a spritz of Bedazzled Anti-Humidity Shine Spray."
Emily Atack's dishevelled chic
Get the look: "Emily Atack has gorgeous thick hair and wanted a relaxed sexy style to play up her tuxedo outfit," revealed Mark. "I created a bit of a dishevelled texture using a Rock Chick Wave wand but didn’t pin the curls to cool, so they’d drop to create more of a natural kink. Add volume at the roots for some extra vava voom using dry shampoo!"