The best of BRITS style!

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The BRIT Awards made a massive comeback last night for the first Live event in two years! This year saw many changes to the BRIT Awards to include gender neutral categories and comedian Mo Gilligan presenting as the first black host of the BRIT Awards.

Headmasters Creative and Communications Director, Andrew Barton and Colour Ambassador, Sian Quinn share their top looks from the night and how to achieve the styles worn by the celebrities on the night.

Vintage Glam on Adele

After 6 year’s Adele made an appearance at the BRIT Awards, she showcased Hollywood glamour with her perfectly dressed bouncy blow-dry, dressed from a deep side parting. This look screamed sophistication and luxe.

Top tip from Andrew Barton:

“When blow-drying at home after blow-drying each section gently pin the section to the head allowing the hair to cool in the curled shape. Finally release all the pins and dress out the hair with a combination of your hands and a brush like a Manta (£23) that will gently dress out the curls without pulling your hair”.

Sian Quinn Headmasters Colour Ambassador notes that Adele’s elegant style compliments her natural strawberry blonde colour, which is a nod to her iconic look. Her subtle highlights running through the hair gave it a California vibe and the luxury blow-dry was a classic style staple.

Get this look with Headmasters completely gorgeous colour service from £130, it showcases soft baby highlights with a global colour to create a beautiful glossy finish.

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Poker Straight Maya Jama

As usual, DJ Maya Jama looked stunning on the red carpet. Her look channelled Cher from her choice of eyeliner to the way she wore her dark hair in a sleek and sophisticated poker straight style. 

To achieve the look at home, use a heat protection spray throughout, blow-drying and straightening each section. Sian Quinn recommends a hair glossing colour service (£49) to ensure that deep dark tones look healthy and have the ultimate shine.

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Pastel Pink worn by Abby Roberts

Abby Roberts debuted her punk princess pink hair this year with a wet look wave this was a favourite style of the 90’s.

Sian explains to achieve this colour book in for a Pulp Riot colour service at Headmasters . Using pulp riot range this shade of pink can be achieved for one off event or as a permanent hair look by glazing the pastel colour over highlights it will create a blended texture with full impact, this colour is for clients wanting to make a statement.

Gold Hair Bree Runway

Bree Runway embraced the theme of black and gold for this year brits, she adorned gold leaf in her high bun making what could have been an understated hairstyle into a work of art. Sian Quinn explains using accessorizes such as gold leaf will create a high fashion but fun effect.

GETTY IMAGE / Gareth Cattermole
GETTY IMAGE / Gareth Cattermole

Icy Blonde on Ann Marie

Singer Anne Marie looked a million dollars with her super sleek high ponytail dressed from a centre parting. The combination of straight locks and stunning icy all over blonde was a huge style hit and echoed the classic catwalk looks. Simple, unfussy, and supremely stylish. 

If you’re thinking about going all over blonde now is the time at Headmasters with our seasonal 50% Colour Sale until 5th March 2022.  

Sian Quinn Headmasters colour ambassador recommends that for blondes a in salon Olaplex treatment £37 is used to protect and repair the hair bonds when using bleaching services. Invest in quality haircare products like Kerastase Blonde Absolu £22.40 to care for blonde addictions.

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