Kara Tointon wowed on the BAFTAs red carpet with a stunning, embellished gown and a bouncy, voluminous ‘do!

We asked stylist to the stars Marc Trinder from the Charles Worthington Art Team how to get the look…

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1. Comb Charles Worthington BAFTA Limited Edition Volume & Bounce Body Booster Mousse through damp hair and rough dry until 90% dry.

2. Using a wand, curl hair and secure each section with pin curls. Allow the curls to cool and spray with Charles Worthington Style Setter Brush Out Spray. Tong ends tighter once all clips have been removed.

3. Sprinkle Charles Worthington Volume & Bounce Texturising Powder into roots and back comb through before shaking hair upside down to add texture to mid lengths and ends.

4. Section off the top layer of hair and take a U-shaped section from underneath, backcombing to add messy volume. Tuck the ends into the hairline and grip into place to create a faux bob effec

5. Release the top section and allow to fall back, gripping any obvious overhang into the back of hair. Gently loosen the curls at the front and leave deliberately longer than the back to create a graduate effect.

6. Release the top section and allow to fall back, gripping any obvious overhang into the back of hair. Gently loosen the curls at the front and leave deliberately longer than the back to create a graduate effect.

7. Allow a natural parting to fall to the side, flipping over to the opposite side for more root lift if required.

8. Finish with hair spray applying from underneath up into the hair, loosening strands around the face.

Products used:

  • Charles Worthington BAFTA Limited Edition Body Booster Mousse RRP £5.99 Charles Worthington
  • Volume & Bounce Texturising Powder RRP £5.99
  • Charles Worthington Style Setter Brush Out Hairspray RRP £5.99