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Want tresses worthy of the red carpet? Hair pro David Gilson of Carlton Hair International shares his tips for A-list styles. Click through to see how...
DON'T fight your natural texture. 'A great red carpet style always works best when your hair isn't being forced into something it doesn't want to do. So if you have natural curls, embrace them. Straight hair? Work with it.'
DO look after your locks. 'Healthy hair is the best accessory you can have, so never compromise on condition.
DON'T go too structured. 'Natural-looking hair is all the rage at the moment. Think loose curls, messy buns and casual ponytails'
DO have fun! 'Celebrities make such an impact because they're brave with their styles. Local star Tamara Dey is the perfect example. Internationally, look to Cate Blanchett or Nicki Minaj - such a fun wildcard!'
Our red carpet style! The GLAMOUR team at the Women of the Year awards with hair done by stylists from Carlton Hair International Hyde Park.
Pictured from left: Emma Coyne, Lisa Woldendorp, Mary Holland, Michelle Brownless Smith, Pnina Fenster, Roxanne Robinson and Sarah Browning.