|Mark Hill demonstrating one of the key hair styles for the red carpet|
|Some of the MAC products that will be used for the BAFTAs|
|Rebecca Butterworth talking us through one of the MAC makeup looks|
|A finished red carpet look|
|A completed red carpet look|
Trends - eyes are less smokey this year, moving to more of a softer look, and will reference a 50s/60s inspired lined eye. Cherry red is the top pick for lips, using a lipstick with a semi matte finish. For a glowing look, a small amount of MAC's Strobe Liquid will be applied over the top of the finished makeup look, adding radiance without a lot of shimmer.
Top tip - to help foundation last all day and right throughout the ceremony, top MAC makeup artist Rebecca Butterworth applies a very light dusting of loose powder not skin before applying foundation. Not only does this help the foundation to last a lot longer, it also stops any shine breaking through while the stars are on the red carpet.
Trends - Celebrity hairdresser Mark Hill will be preparing a lot of vintage inspired styles, but with a twist. Think soft waves, loose up dos and a look that's been tailored to work not only with the celebrity, but the dress they choose to wear on the night (which apparently can be very last minute!).
Top tip - make sure you prepare hair well before you start styling. Don't just use products at the end of the style to hold it in place, you need to prime hair in the same way you would before applying your makeup.
Clothes and accessories:
A mix of shapes and colours, featuring everything from Grecian folds to straight column styles. Key colours will be bold brights, metallics, inky shades (think dark navy and charcoal rather than black) and creams. Jewellery will be focused on colour - statement pieces with brighter stones than perhaps seen in previous years. Large pieces but with emerald and sapphire coloured stones set in gold. Think large, vintage style bling.
I can't wait to see what the celebs will be wearing at the Awards on Sunday - will you be tuning in?