It was great to celebrate the success of the BAFTAs…

Hello! readers


With the excitement from last week’s Bafta’s over I have had chance to review the winners from the night. I am so delighted Chiwetel Ejiofor won Leading Actor for 12 Years a Slave.  I thought his performance was outstanding.  Though painful to watch, this movie really allowed him to showcase his acting skills.  Gravity won several awards, and so well deserved.  The way this movie transports you to outer space, literally leaves you breathless.


There were dozens of stunning red carpet looks from the night.  Amy Adams opted for a perfect low side bun which didn’t have a single hair out of place.  Ensure this look will stay all night by using the Charles Worthington Salon at Home Max Hold Hairspray.

Style Setter Max Hold Spray



Another favourite red carpet look was Fearne Cotton! Her Marilyn esq waves created real drama and was a definite favorite from the night.  Create this look by curling your mid length style, then thoroughly brush out.  Taking single curls at a time, pinch the ends and concertina them up a single hair strand by pushing into the roots.  Again use the Max Hold Spray on each curl after this technique one curl at a time for lasting hold.


The BAFTA theme continued this week for myself and the Artistic team as we headed off to Bafta HQ in Piccadilly London for a private screening of ‘Blue Jasmine’ organized by Emerald Street. Charles Worthington had a pop up styling bar for the drinks reception where all guests had the opportunity to have their hair styled by some of the team that were in the Savoy styling suites last weekend. The reception also included the opportunity to have makeup by Benefit, and drinks from Tattinger and Bombay Sapphire. Before the movie, CEO of Bafta Amanda Berry introduced the evening with a welcome speech.


It was a fun night and was great to be yet again involved with Bafta, celebrating the success of the previous weekend’s awards.  Here’s a pic of some of the team in action:


This week was also London Fashion Week – It was certainly a busy weekend in London!  I love the creative buzz that fills London when LFW is on and I love looking out for the new looks in fashion as they make their debuts on the catwalk.


My top hair looks from the Autumn/Winter shows from the Fashion weeks of: New York, London and Milan include:


Fendi who used woven hair to create textured ponytails in an interesting and different way.



At Marc Jacobs wigs were used which were thick and bold.  I love the bluntness to the lengths and each wig was also styled with a colored headband as a final detail.


The hair at Donna Karan was a clever look; it was styled sleek around the hairline to look like a headband, then the remaining hair was secured as a top knot.  Again I love the detail and thought that has gone into creating this look.



As always there were a lot of natural hair looks, as well as the usual heavy side part across the face.


Here in London, Katie from the Charles Worthington Salon Artistic team assisted session stylist Ali Pirzadeh for L’Oreal Professional on the Ashish show, Ali created amazing textures on the models hair using a variety of techniques.  From wavers to crimpers, random sections were taken then dressed out to create huge voluminous shapes on the models.  I have a passion for big hair, and love experimenting with new tools and techniques so will definitely going to be trying this look out in the salon.



Have a fabulous week and good luck recreating these stunning looks from both the red carpet and the runway!


Tweet me your creations at @cwhairlondon and @marctrinder.  Id love to see your creations!


Marc x







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