Sunday night and a whole host of celebrities walked the carpet for the BAFTA Television awards.
With the help of St. Tropez we share the secrets on how to recreate some of the golden tans that were there on the night.
Millie Mackintosh looked stunning when she walked the British flag carpet on Sunday evening for the BAFTA Awards, she opted for a Grecian Goddess look, in her white draped dress by Lanvin.
Her Skin was glowing and the look for this was created by Michaella Bolder, who says:
"It was important to make sure Millie's Skin looked gently sun-kissed to perfectly compliment her grecian inspired gown. To get Millie's flawless coolour, I started with a light St. Tropez spray tan - this enhanced her naturally golden Skin. I followed with Skin Illuminator in Gold mixed into body lotion to make the skin really luminous and then a slick of Instant Glow Shimmer Stick onto her shoulders and shins so that the light catches the exposed areas and gleams on the red carpet."
Kelly Brook also attended and opted for a playful prom style dress by Jacques Azagury. Michaella also created her tan for the event.
"With her short ballet-inspired tutu, Kelly went for a naturally glamrous finish. Start with an original St. Tropez spray tan and go for two light mists to ensure a perfect bronze. I finished by highlighting the decolletage with the Instant Glow Shimmer Stick blended into the collarbone and shoulders and lengthened her legs by applying up the front from ankle to knee."
Alex Jones stood out at the BAFTAS too in her canary yellow Ariella Couture gown. Michaella was working hard once again and created the Bold Bronze look for the presenter.
"Alex loves a tan and with her bright yellow dress it was important for her skin to have a really deep bronze to set off the colour and flatter. I applied a liberal mist of new St. Tropez Dark Spray Tan to give her a sun-kissed glow. Finish with Skin Illuminator in Violet across her exposed shoulder to make the skin really pop under the carpet flash bulbs."