Now, that's what we call a totally gorgeous updo.
Michelle stole the red carpet at the NTAs on Wednesday night (20 January), getting all the camera bulbs flashing as she bowled up to London's O2 Arena with hubby Mark Wright on her arm.
She chose to shun the classic LBD and instead opted for a much more 'out there' outfit of a cropped blue Orkalia top with plunging neckline and lace back detail, along with a black laced, custom-made maxi skirt by Ainy.
And we just can't get her hairdo out of our heads!
Swept back into a low, twisted bun, along with a subtle beehive at the crown of her head, it really was one heck of an updo – created by celebrity hairdresser, Hannah Wiesteska.
Hannah also coiffed TOWIE lady and Michelle's sister-in-law, Jess Wright's hair for the evening, as well as former CBB star Casey Batchelor's.
Two words: busy lady.
To recreate a similar hairdo at home, first invest in some help in the volume department! You could do a Katy Perry and try a Bumpit, or you could invest in something like a hair doughnut, £4.79, boots.com.
After blow-drying your hair smooth with a round brush, part your hair in the middle, then lift a large section of hair at the crown of your head, squash your doughnut into a slightly flatter shape and pin this underneath your hair.
Smooth your hair over the top of your doughnut to create a fake beehive (backcombing slightly if needs be), then scoop the whole lot back into a low, loose ponytail and secure with a band.
To create your twisted bun, split your ponytail into three sections, then twist them around each other, flip the ends in and secure with plenty of grips, making sure to cover your hairband as you grip.
Finish with a spritz of shiny-enhancing hairspray and you are red carpet ready. We love John Frieda Brilliant Brunette Multi-Tone Revealing Fixing Shine Maximum Hold Hairspray, £5.89, boots.com.
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