Known for her love of sheet masks, DJ and TV personality Maya Jama booked in for an exclusive, bespoke facial with celebrity facialist Shane Cooper prior to tonight’s red carpet appearance.
The treatment, which combines the latest in skincare technology, as well as six medical platform machines including LED devices, promises the most advanced results that continue to develop for up to 12 weeks after the treatment.
The BAFTAs is renowned for having one of the most glamorous red carpets of the whole awards season, with celebrities going all out on their fashion choices and makeup looks every year. It also means that attendees up their beauty preparation weeks in advance with high-tech facials, glow boosting treatments and glam squads that would put the entire Kardashian clan to shame.
Meanwhile, James Bond star Naomie Harris shared a photo to her Instagram grid of her being prepped for tonight’s event, surrounded by an enviable glam squad, including renowned makeup artist Kenneth Soh and hair stylist Rio Sreedharan. The actress decided on a delicate pink hue for her eye makeup complete with balmy lips and natural hair
Jessica Chastain also posed with her enviable glam squad, including hair stylist Renato Campora. The video, which she uploaded to her Instagram page, showed the pair laughing and singing along to the Starship classic Nothing’s gonna stop us now while Rio creates gentle waves in Jessica’s red hair using a wide barrel curling tong.
Meanwhile, not only did Florence Pugh pull out all the sartorial stops in pink Dries Van Noten, she also had that covetable lit-from-within skin we all dream of waking up with – and we know exactly how she achieved it.
Her makeup artist, Naoko Scintu, took to Instagram to share the exact Chantecaille skincare prep that went into getting that glow, as well as every single step of her red carpet makeup routine. You can read the full lowdown on her beauty look here.