How to recreate Lily James' Cinderella premiere hair

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Lily James has been enchanting fans with her breathtakingly beautiful gowns and princess-esque beauty looks on the red carpet for Cinderella. The 25-year-old actress recently wowed at the London premiere of Disney's live-action feature, rocking a sleek pale grey gown which she complemented with a poker-straight hairstyle for an edgy but fairytale-esque look.

Marc Trinder, celebrity stylist at Charles Worthington, reveals his top tips for recreating Lily's edgy and elegant red carpet look...

Scroll below to find out how to recreate the look

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Lily James wowed with a sleek look at the premiere of Cinderella in London.

Step one:

Before styling, you need to prep your hair. This style works best on clean hair, so get your locks ready by washing them with Charles Worthington Shine Booster Shampoo, and finish off with conditioner to get a glossy look.

Step two:

Towel dry your hair thoroughly and then apply a smoothing serum through your locks to recreate Lily's poker-straight style.

Step three:

This look works best with a centre parting, so create a clean line by using a comb. Next, blow dry your hair straight, brushing through with a paddle brush for maximum effect.

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Celebrity stylist Marc Trinder reveals how to get Lily's look

Step four:

Apply a heat-protective spray to your tresses to avoid damaging them, and retain their gloss. Then, use a flat iron to straighten your hair. Work your way down from the top of your roots to the tips of your hair to avoid any flyaways, for the edgy polished look which Lily rocked on the red carpet.

Step five:

Set the hair in place with a hairspray such as the Charles Worthington Style Setter Brush Out Hairspray. Spritz the product onto the paddle brush and then brush through the hair, tucking it behind your ears as you go.

Step six:

For the ultimate glossy finish, complete your look with a fine mist of Charles Worthington Shine Booster All Over Gloss Spray.

For the full range of products and more information head to charlesworthington.com.

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