The Best Hairstyles Seen at the BRIT Awards 2020
To round off awards season 2020, the BRIT Awards hit the o2 Arena on Tuesday night to celebrate the best in British and International music over the past year. With the likes of Billie Eilish, Jorja Smith and Anne Marie in attendance, we were not disappointed with the hair seen on the red carpet.
For the show, British Hairdressing Business Award winner Gina Conway Aveda Salon and Spa took care of the celebrities’ hair backstage.
“Charli XCX’s Gothic Glam look was striking with a classic one length bob with a side parting and hair combed behind her ears – very fierce and strong. To recreate the look start with a clean side parting, blow-dry the hair smooth using Aveda volumizing Tonic, comb the hair behind her ears whilst hairspraying with Aveda Control Force for a strong and glossy finish. It is an easy look to recreate and your guests are going to love it.” Vicente Eixarch, Creative Team, Gina Conway Aveda Salons
“Celeste was one of my favourites, this look is a classic shaped 1930s bob; she’s one to watch for fabulous hair on the red carpet. For her performance she the addition of a fully crimped brushed out hair piece gave the bob new dimension.” Karine Jackson, Karine Jackson Sustainable Hair & Beauty
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“Billie Eilish showed off her signature fab green coloured heavy centre parting and full roots volume roots and leaving the rest of the hair to fall in an “I don’t care” way taking Goth to a new level.” Karine Jackson, Karine Jackson Sustainable Hair & Beauty
“I work with Michelle Keegan on all red carpet events and this ponytail took 30 minutes to create. Working with Michelle’s natural texture I began by diffusing her hair and used two different size of tongs to enhance her natural texture. I then pulled her hair into a loose ponytail leaving some hair out through the front to give softness.” Harry Casey, Senior Stylist/Hair Extension & Afro Specialist, Jamie Stevens Hair
“Jorja Smith’s side part with long Hollywood waves gave her the ultimate glam hair meaning that she didn’t need to rock a fancy dress – proof that hair makes the look!” Louise Garbutt, Creative Director, Gina Conway Aveda Salons
“The hair wrap Eva sported took us back to the 90s and we are so here for it! This hair and makeup combination worked in perfect harmony with one another. The hair was wrapped around her head and styled into that deep side part pixie haircut showing off Eva’s beautiful face.” Harry Casey, Senior Stylist/Hair Extension & Afro Specialist, Jamie Stevens Hair
“FKA Twigs wore a centre-parting high ponytail with red-coloured strands on both sides of her face for softness and to frame the face, it would be a very conservative look if it wasn’t for her multi-coloured hair that merged fashion and classic hair to perfection. You can recreate this look by blow-drying the hair smooth and directing the roots towards the base of the ponytail so the roots know exactly where to go and avoid any imperfections, section the strands in the front and use your straighteners for that glass finish. The hair pieces at the temple can be achieved by using gel and drying them with a diffuser on low heat/cold air.” Vicente Eixarch, Creative Team, Gina Conway Aveda Salons
“Anne Marie’s pink hair has us getting ready for spring to finally arrive. The muted shade of pink worked pulled back off her face, showing off her cheek bones and giving us a more editorial feel with its wet look finish. We’re obsessed with these muted shades of colour and this year we’ll see them come into favour a lot more. Bye bye pastel and neon – make way for the muted fashion shades.” Harry Casey, Senior Stylist/Hair Extension & Afro Specialist, Jamie Stevens Hair
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