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The Best Hairstyles at the Brit Awards 2016

Authored By Cliphair Extensions

Music fans have come to expect something truly special from the Brit Awards and they’re rarely disappointed. This year, there was controversy, commemoration, and more than a little sex appeal. Yes, we’re looking at you Rihanna. The baddest girl in showbiz put on a remarkably steamy performance last night, with rapper Drake as her partner in crime.

They weren’t the only ones to surprise, however, as Adele continued her winning streak as Woman of the Year and all round good guy. She used her time on stage to come out in support of fellow artist, Kesha, who recently lost a high profile court case against her former producer. The story made headline news this week and female stars have been standing up in solidarity with the singer.

We knew that Adele could do no wrong, but it also looks like Justin Bieber is firmly back in the good books. He took to the stage and put in a stellar performance of hit song ‘Sorry.’ But the real question is, who rocked the finest Brit Awards hairstyles this year? The ClipHair Style Team take a look…

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Cheryl Fernandez-Versini

Despite rumours that her second marriage is on the rocks, the ever glamorous Cheryl Fernandez-Versini stepped onto the red carpet looking incredible. She was rocking the best hairdo that we’ve seen from her in a long time. It’s big, bold, beautiful, and quite sassy. In fact, it’s the kind of style that is more familiar to stars like Ariana Grande, so perhaps Cheryl is looking to funk up her look. The long, tumbling locks and messy piled up ‘half bun’ complement one another perfectly.

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Ella Eyre

The Waiting All Night singer donned natural curls, with honey blonde highlights. Ella Eyre left the roots deliberately dark to contrast with the ombre style ends. And it works, because those corkscrew curls are flawlessly formed and fall down her back so elegantly. We love it when fashion savvy stars pair long hair with backless dresses. It’s such an effortlessly feminine and sophisticated style. You do need to have the length though, so fake it with hair extensions.


Anais Gallagher

She is the ‘it’ girl of the moment, the coolest celebrity spawn since Lily Depp hit the catwalk for Chanel. After being snapped on the front row at London Fashion Week, Noel Gallagher’s daughter Anais is showing her own style credentials. She arrived at the Brit Awards with soft blonde waves. This look is a little bit boho, a little bit beachy, and even a little sixties. If you want to steal it, you need an 18 inch hair extension. Use oversized rollers (just a few in each side) to introduce those undulating curls.

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Jess Glynne

This super quirky singer is making waves right now with her unique look and sound. She certainly turned heads at the 2016 Brit Awards, wearing a bright green trouser suit and embracing the bounce, by letting her wild red mane fly loose and free. This is not a look for everybody, but we can’t help but admire her confidence and bright personality. And we like that she’s making it cool for girls with red hair to truly love their look. Get the look with one of our red clip in hair extensions.

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Alesha Dixon

Talking of red, the lovely Alesha Dixon lit up the red carpet with a funky quiff. Like Ella Eyre, she chose to emphasise and enhance the style with blonde highlights. She kept things pretty simple, but her delicate bone structure finished the look – you can pull off any hairstyle that you want with those cheekbones. This is a good style for anybody who wants to experiment with something other than the standard ponytail, bun, or chignon.

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