The 2013 BAFTA awards was not the best weather for hairstyles. With the downpour threatening to put a dampner on the awards ceremony, we were pleased to see that the 2013 BAFTA hairstyles managed to stay firmly in place.
Winning the Best Supporting Actress for the 2013 BAFTAs category, and in our eyes the best BAFTAs hairstyle of the evening was Anne Hathaway’s BAFTA hairstyle. Her new trademark short pixie crop was a BAFTAs hairstyle winner for sure. Her micro fringe was a huge hair trend in 2012 and we were sad to see that Anne has grown her micro fringe long for her 2013 BAFTAs hairstyle.
Paloma Faith’s 2013 BAFTAs hairstyle was a sky high twisted up do. You most definitely need a striking dramatic personality like Paloma’s to carry off such an attention seeking updo hairstyle!
Dame Hellen Mirren’s hair at the 2013 BAFTAs was the talk of the red carpet. Helen Mirren’s pink hair colour shocked and delighted the crowds, proving that at 67 years of age you can still keep up with the latest hair trends! Pastel pink hair colour remains a popular hair trend in 2013.
Amy Adams’ BAFTAs hairstyle demonstrated the trend for wide high ballet buns perfectly and ensured her hair held up against the rain.
Jessica Chastain’s 2013 BAFTAs hairstyle oozed old school Hollywood glamour. Her hair had been smoothed into a classic movie star wave with her strawberry blonde hair colour hue completing this stunning hairstyle.
Thandie Newton’s 2013 BAFTAs hairstyle was perfect for the weather! Her natural curls put up a fight with the rain to remain looking perfect and sophisticated. Even though her long brown natural curls could’ve come straight from the 80s, Thandie’s 2013 BAFTAs hairstyle actually looked youthful and took years off the 40 year old actress.
Sarah Jessica Parker’s trademark Ombré hair colour was nicely understated for her 2013 BAFTAs hairstyle. Queen of the Ombré Caroline Flack looks like she may have moved away from her trademark two tone hair colour and replaced it with this all over brunette hair colour.