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Look of the Day: Saoirse Ronan's Creative Hair Accessorizing
For the premiere of her upcoming movie, "Brooklyn," actress Saoirse Ronan worked with celebrity hair stylist Adir Abergel who put a modern spin on a classic updo. It's a simple yet elegant look we can't wait to try.

To create the messy-chic style, Abergel first focused on texture. He used Leonor Greyl Mousse Au Lotus Volumatrice to amp up volume as he dried the hair. Then, he curled sections with a curling iron and tugged on the hair while it was still hot to elongate the wave, leaving the ends straight to give that "all natural" appearance.

To get the updo just right, Abergel raked her hair back with his hands, keeping lots of volume at the roots and crown, and tucked it into a half French Twist.

After pinning the hair in place, he took a pretty flower headband and secured it under the French twist, just above the nape. He wrapped some of the remaining hair around the headband and left some pieces loose.

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Look of the Day: Anne Hathaway Brings the Drama
We know Anne Hathaway can be polarizing, but everyone -- fan or not -- can get on board with this dramatic beauty look. For the premiere of her new film, "The Intern", Hathaway turned to celebrity makeup artist Jillian Dempsey to create a look that was sultry, cool and very different for the star.

Dempsey focused on emphasizing Hathaway's expressive eyes by defining her lash and water lines with two different shades of Votre Vu Le Joli Eye Crayon: black for the top and bottom and a deep cerulean called Azure below the lashes. Then, Dempsey built intensity with two shadows from the Votre Vu Palette Play Eye Shadow Quad in Violette.

To balance the intense eyes, Dempsey kept the rest of Hathaway's look soft. She swept Votre Vu Vu-On Rouge in Bouquet Rose over her cheeks and filled in her lips with The Honest Company Lip Crayon in Sheer Blossom Kiss.

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Jamie Chung's Runway Ready Style
With New York Fashion Week in full swing, celebrities are on their A-game with their fashion, hair and makeup, and actress Jamie Chung is no exception. She teamed up with celebrity hairstylist and inventor of the BEACHWAVER, Sarah Potempa, to create a gorgeous runway-worthy style.

Potempa began by making a center part and creating sections with Sarah Potempa Darby Clips, $9.99. In order to achieve Chung's elegant waves, she curled her hair with the Sarah Potempa BEACHWAVER S1, $129, and incorporated two small braids behind both ears. She then wrapped the braids and secured the look with bobby pins, a boho chic accessory and Aussie Aussome Volume Hairspray, $4.43.

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Look of the Day: Emily Ratajkowski's No-Makeup Makeup
With the help of celebrity makeup artist Jo Baker, actress and model Emily Ratajkowski nailed the minimal makeup look at the red carpet premiere of the new film, "We Are Your Friends."

Great skin is essential for this look, and Baker used Giorgio Armani Luminous Silk Foundation, $62, for its "lightweight breathable coverage." She followed it up with a sweep of YSL Les Sahariennes balm-to-powder bronzer, $55, on the cheeks.

For a something-but-nothing lip, Urban Decay Matte Revolution Lipstick in Stark Naked, $22, was layered over a matching lip pencil.

And Baker finished it off with a neutral eye -- taupe-colored cream eye shadow and Urban Decay Perversion Mascara, $22 -- and a perfectly penciled-in brow.

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Look of the Day: Lucy Hale's Sapphire Eye Makeup
Actress and country star Lucy Hale teamed up with celebrity makeup artist Kelsey Deenihan to bring a pop of sophistication to last night's Teen Choice Awards' colorful carpet.

"I wanted to incorporate a bold color onto the eyes," Deenihan said. "Navy and cobalt blue seemed to be the perfect combo for Lucy's Julien Macdonald blue and black dress."

After defining Hale's brows with a brown pencil, Deenihan swept a navy eye shadow all over her lid into the crease. Then, she applied a thick line of mark On The Edge Hook Up Liquid Eyeliner in Blue Chrome, $10, onto the lid and under the lower lash line. She topped off the look with several coats of Mark Lash Act Build & Define Mascara, $12.

To keep the look focused on Hale's vibrant eyes, Deenihan went for a bare lip. (She used mark Glow Baby Glow Hook Up Lip Gloss in Pretty Femme, $10).

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