Kate's royal tour fashion highs and, umm, highs
Get the look: Dark Knight’s leading ladies
Anne Hathaway looked a far cry from her Catwoman alter-ego at the premiere of the latest and final installment of the Batman franchise, The Dark Knight Rises, in London last night. Sporting a loose-fitting Gucci dress, the actress looked every inch the Hollywood star. But what we loved even more than her floor-length gown was her ultra-glossy elfin crop, leaving us lusting after lustrous locks. Thankfully celebrity hairdresser Errol Douglas was on hand to tell us how to achieve a similar shine (Anne's bone-structure and doe-eyes not included).
"This classic Pixie celebrates Anne's bone structure and makes her look younger. It's another fresh look in her growing red carpet evolution. The shine has been achieved in the preparation - we recommend our clients have a colour gloss in salon for feature enhancing golden brown hues like this. At home, walking into a mist of Moroccanoil glimmer shine delivers that finish"
Not to be outdone in the sartorial stakes, Anne's co-star Marion Cotillard, stayed true to her Gallic roots, opting
for Christian Dior again (she wore Dior to the New York premier earlier in the week, lucky girl...) Marion channelled her inner Hollywood siren with gorgeous waved hair. If you are more mid-length than gamine crop, here is how to achieve the look:
"Marianne really suits this interpretation of forties chic", says Errol. "Her mid-length locks have been lightly tonged then set in large heated rollers half way down from the crown. The finishing touch is a loose comb out to achieve that vintage wave. For evening events Moroccanoil Luminous hairspray used up and inside the style not directly onto the hair allows the tiny particles to set without stiffness"