I confess. I’m a newly converted disciple of twitter.

For those who don’t know about Twitter, it’s best described as a free social messaging utility for staying connected in real-time.

So after I had walked out of the hotel room where I did Rachel Grithiff’s hair, and after I smugly placed a “just did Rachel Griffith’s hair” update. I put twitter to the test.

Within mere seconds I found these.

JodiAceVA #logies best dressed: Kat Stewart, Rachel Griffiths and Jessica Marais

graziella131@jeanpaulrosette It was very nice Jean-Paul. A French bun? Ciao.

kirstythorpe@jeanpaulrosette I am such a fan (from six feet under) - lucky thing :)

laurenzoric@jeanpaulrosette reassuringly expensive i hope?

lipstickspeak @kyleandjackieo What was with Rachel Griffiths, school marm.

HotHouseMedia HotHouse's best dressed Logie list Sarah Murdoch, Rachel Griffiths, Natasha Belling, Sandra Sully, Ruby Rose, Kat Stewart and Kristy Hinze

bellabacchante RT @trevoryoung: Rachel Griffiths all class #logies. indeed Rachel Griffiths ftw!

lizwarde Rachel Griffiths looks gorgeous

h2hcreations Logies Night Photos - (the Australian Oscars) biggest for Australian TV actors and actresses - absolutely loved Rachel Griffith

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Red Carpet

So I did Rachel Grithiff’s hair for the 51st TV Week Logies. I’m no stranger to Rachel. I genuinely enjoy her company and doing her hair. The best thing about Rachel is that she has the killer combination of talent, classic good looks and style.

She showed me her Logie outfit which was a simple flowing Grecian style dress in scarmeuse silk-satin, so in keeping with my neoclassic bent at the moment I decided that an up-do was in order, as all the detail of the dress was in the neck line. Part Breakfast at Tiffany’s, part ladies of the TV show Mad Men. A classic look that transcends mere passing fashions.

However my hair was upstaged somewhat by her other bump… She is expecting her third child.