On Hollywood star Jennifer Lawrence's slicked back hair, he said: "I thought Jennifer looked fantastic. It was a very 'London' look for her and edgier than her recent red carpet looks. She's young and has a great face, I thought she carried this off wonderfully."
Talking about Brit actress Alice Eve's up do, he said: "Preparation is the key to achieving long-lasting height like Alice's style last night. First, I prepped the hair with Charles Worthington BAFTA Edition Instant Amplifying Volume Treatment.
"The right volumising products give the hair movement and guts, essential to a long-lasting dramatic style.
"I styled Alice's hair at a photoshoot last week and she loved it so much, we recreated it especially for the red carpet. I wanted her to look strong and a little bit sci-fi by way of a nod to her forthcoming Star Trek film."
On Hollywood hearthrob Bradley Cooper, he said: "I thought Bradley looked great. His hair's a little longer at the moment and looks very relaxed. He's the man of the moment and having fun, his hair reflects that."
Worthington also applauded Helen Mirren's new pink hair. He said: "It's exciting to see people making such a strong statement on the red carpet and I thought Helen looked wonderful.
"The soft pink colour was very cute and it was clear that she was having a lot of fun and not taking herself too seriously. She has a fantastic personality and this new style showed this off brilliantly. I admire her braveness."
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