The look, created by celebrity stylist Ken O’Rourke, oozed sophistication, looking almost intimidatingly impressive paired with a pristine red lip and statement earrings. But according to Ken, the key to keeping the style in place was actually a product that will leave you with change from a £5 note.
Speaking to HELLO! magazine, Ken, who is also a brand ambassador for Charles Worthington, explained: ‘Keeley’s classic, sophisticated and elegant look embodies the feeling of “modern” Hollywood – for the red carpet I wanted her hair to reflect the effortless glamour and style of the golden age.’
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@misskeeleyhawes looking radiant and beautiful for the TV @bafta, can we just take a moment and congratulate Keeley on the double nomination for leading actress @bodyguard__bbc and supporting actress in #MrsWilson. Good luck tonight. Hair @kenorourke1 Makeup @justinejenkins
To start, he blow-dried Keeley’s hair to create volume, and then loosely curled it with a wide-barrelled tong.
‘Lastly, brush out the curls with a large round brush and set the hair with a great hairspray,’ he advised. ‘I used Charles Worthington Volume & Bounce Perfect Finish Hair Spray’ – a product that usually retails for £6.99, but is currently on offer at Boots for a mere £4.66.
Hairspray is the key to locking and holding any style, so it’s reassuring to know that Keeley’s look stayed put throughout the ceremony with an inexpensive can that we can purchase too.
What’s more, her make-up artist Justine Jenkins revealed that she used cruelty-free cosmetics from Burt’s Bees to complete Keeley’s look, so that’s another affordable win. If we had to put money on it, we’d bet that gorgeous lipstick is the shade Garnet Glacier, but the whole line is so lovely that you really can’t go wrong!