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Mark Hill and The Team Do BAFTA ’15

Written by: holly 13th May 2015

5am – I always like to go running in a morning.  Keeping fit is very important and I love running when the streets are quiet and all you can hear are birds singing.  I love the peace – it’s going to be a busy day!

7am – After a quick shower and bite to eat, I meet my team for a briefing at the Bafta Style Suites.  It’s important we get together like this and bounce ideas about new trends around.  It’s what keeps the brand on trend and ‘real’.

9am – I like to prep my work station to ensure I have all of the equipment and products at hand.  When styling for red carpet events, I also like to have a box of hairpieces and decorated clips and grips ready, just in case! 

 10am – First appointment of the day, let the fun begin!!!

11am- Now my next appointment and an interview with the hugely successful make-up artists and phenomenal bloggers PixiWoo (Nic and Sam Chapman).

12pm – Time to help the rest of the team in the main styling suite – Alex Jones from the One Show was after a done, but undone look, so we went with a loose braid to the side.

2pm – 5pm  This is the key time in the styling suite, so appointments come thick and fast.  Producers, directors, nominees, citation readers, journalists and invited guests all have appointments. 

 5pm – Quick change for me and Jules and I meet my guests, the hugely popular Ferne McCann and Lydia Bright of TOWIE fame.

6pm – At last, a quick glass of bubbly, and then enjoy the award ceremony! 

9pm – The awards are over.  It was really rewarding to see so many of my styles on the stage tonight.  It’s time now for an amazing dinner and the after show party.  

11pm – Still working!  Press deadlines have to be met so I write a short description on how I created the styles from tonight with the rest of my team. 

12am – My car is here to pick me up and take me home so I say good bye.

3am – After an amazing day, finally I get to bed.  But don’t worry, I’ll be up in the morning to do interviews with TV and press about last night’s glamorous event.  I love it!