Jason Cocking, director of Lisa Shepherd London and celebrity hairstylist, opened up his salon exclusively to some of the cast of Made In Chelsea and Fresh Meat to make sure they had the most beautiful hair on the red carpet at the Baftas last night.
Hoping to get their hands on the prestigious award, stars including Rosie Fortescue and Binky from hit show Made in Chelsea and Charlotte Ritchie from Fresh Meat all worked the red carpet tonight thanks to Jason.
Rosie who paid a visit to Jason on Thursday to get her locks coloured in time for the event Tweeted: “I absolutely love it. Can't wait to get my hair done by him for the Baftas on Sunday too! X!”
Jason gives his verdict on the stars beautiful hairstyles and reveals how he achieved the stunning looks.
- “Rosie’s super long, glossy new auburn coloured locks looked oh so fab. This new hue really works; it looks great with her complexion and lightens up her look.”
Get the look: Before colouring Hair, be sure it is in a healthy and glossy condition. Hair cuticles should to be well moisturized and not dry. Mix colour product and apply directly to dry locks, massaging from roots to ends. Leave colour in for instructed period of time to allow it to fully develop. Rinse hair and use colour safe shampoo to remove excess product. Finish colour process by applying a deep conditioning treatment, this will lock in moisture and give locks a great glossy texture.
- “Binky was keen to stick to her individual style. Her simple side swept updo combined with back section twist made for an undone, but somewhat elegant look.”
Get the look: Begin by tousling hair with fingers, this not only creates texture, but gives hair an undone wavy look. Blow dry locks and use ghd stylers to create further texture. Part hair to the side and gather tightly in a low ponytail. Twist hair upwards until flush with the scalp and secure with pins.
- “Charlotte’s style was very her. Young, fresh and a step away from the classic updo. The Audrey Hepburn style fringe bangs added softness to her face and made for an effortlessly chic and super-feminine look.”
Get the look: Begin by blow drying locks straight. Once dry plait and twist hair to make loose waves; these will not only add movement, but also body and texture to the look. Fuse hair up and shake a little Clynol Powder Punch onto locks to add instant lift and final volume.
Jason comments: “It was a pleasure opening my salon to TVs rising stars. Each of them has beautiful hair and the styles we did really worked with their dresses.”