The 2011 British Academy Film Awards had been held on the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, in London. The King’s Speech as expected cleaned up; the dismal British conditions, also predictable, did its extreme to ruin the hairstyles of the many attending.
The big looks are normally restricted to the Oscars meaning the Golden Globes and BAFTAs are normally a notch or simplified and two down. Even so, by incorporating big looks dropped at the recent Golden Globes, Helena Bonham Carter accessorizing with the Vale, it shows how times are changing.
Julianne Moore - accompanied by Tom Ford - looked totally stunning. Elegant, decadent and cool all rolled into one. She's made that Veronica Lake barreled curl her own; slightly modernizing it from the changing of the parting. Amy Adams, up for best actress, has an awesome natural color to her hair at the Golden Globes lately she wore it in the 1920s enthused roll and modern Pony Tail. She’s cool; know what’s taking place about the runway and tried points along with her hair. Here she carries her hair tongued from the face with a inner parting to be it young. Uncomplicated and secure but nonetheless powerful with a lot of curl.
The ‘side parting one side behind the ear and one in front’ look the red carpet has turn out to be used to, was accomplished having quite some elegance. None far better - when compared with Eva Green; beautifully tailored the look with the set quaff and sign resting just on the eyes. Nicky Clarke Flexi Stylers are perfect to make this look.
Hailee Steinfeld, nominated for her performance in True Grit, is starting to actually work the red carpet at just 14 yrs. old! She wore her hair up and off her face to state her elegance however it didn’t take anything from her young innocence. She looked terrific in her Mui Mui costume. Rachael Stevens goes for something extra commercial, an offset low fringe and ponytail.
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