Get the Look – Millie Mackintosh

Craig Lomas
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Beautiful, stylish and iconic are all words I would choose to describe ‘Made in Chelsea’ beauty Millie Mackintosh. It’s easy to see why people would strive to emulate this star and cherry pick elements of her style. Here celebrity hairdresser Mark Hill transforms TV Beauty Millie’s hair just in time for the party season. Working with Millie’s honey locks, Mark talks us through how to achieve her gorgeous look and also how to disguise a fringe for that special night out! A true style icon and ultimate fashionista, follow these steps to achieve a truly enviable mane. Working alongside his truly amazing products you too can create gorgeous, enviable hair this party season

Step 1:

Part hair on one side before taking a large section and spraying with Work it Girl Shine Protect and Control Spray.

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Step 2:

Starting from approx 5cm down away from the roots, wrap the hair spirally around the barrel of a Wicked Waver Extreme (£29.99).  Hold for a few seconds and then gently unwind.

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Step 3:

Repeat this step with all your hair, remembering the smaller the section, the tighter the wave.  When all of your hair is waved, use a Just Tease Me Wide Tooth Comb (£3.69) and comb out into gorgeous soft waves.  Smooth the top section to the temple area, holding with one finger and spraying with Fabulous finish Hairspray (£5.49).

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Step 4:

Work down the hair until you have created the smooth Hollywood look. To finish the look, pull your hair to one side (if your hair is a little shorter, you may need a diamante clip to hold it in place) and let the waves cascade over your shoulder.

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Step 5:

Spray with Bedazzled (£5.99) to add a fantastic shine!

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The Mark Hill Hair Cosmetics are available exclusively in Boots stores and at

For further details, images, information or samples please contact: Kilpatrick PR: E: T: 0203 427 6929

About Craig Lomas

Well where do I start? At the very beginning, like Julie Andrews taught me.I graduated with a degree in Fashion Design in 2009 and have since set up my own bespoke clothing label.Currently working full time as a costume designer.My main passion is buying things I don't need... I WANT!