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Best Hair Grammys Vs Baftas 2015

Submitted by on February 10, 2015 – 5:13 pm

Julianne MooreOn Sunday evening, some of the world’s most-talked about celebs, attended two of the most anticipated award events, to celebrate achievements in music and film. So which event saw the best hair, the Grammy Awards in L.A. or the BAFTA awards in London?

Hair was decidedly relaxed on the BAFTA red carpet, reflecting the unstructured shapes of the ‘70s style clothes, as demonstrated by Julianne Moore who wore her stunning red hair in unstructured, Marcel waves. The lighter tones of colour placed around her face were very complementary and she looked simply stunning. Reese Weatherspoon went for a similar look with loose waves as did Rosamund Pike with her shorter style.

Two people who opted for something a little bit different were Ann Marie Duff (James McAvoy’s wife) and Iggy Azalea. They both went for a plaited garland / halo style. Iggy’s ‘do may have been the subject of many jokes online, but we think if she had worn her plait in a more romantic, relaxed style as Ann Marie did, the softness would have been more complementary to her look.

And, of course, we can’t forget the men. David Beckham looked as handsome as ever, opting for the popular slicked back and sides, James McAvoy went for a slightly more relaxed style and embraced his hint of grey, whilst Eddie Redmayne worked texture into his natural movement. Check out our selection of the best hairstyles from the Grammys and BAFTAs on our Pinterest board.

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