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The topped off her gorgeous Lanvin gown with a loose, messy chignon. Her stylist, Mara Roszak, twisted the ends of Emma’s strands and individually pinned back each piece, finishing off the do with BIOLAGE Freeze Fix hairspray and a Lanvin hair accessory.
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Bucking tradition, wore a hairstyle that’s more commonly spotted on the beach than the red carpet – tousled, center-parted waves – but pulled it off perfectly.
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She may play Marilyn Monroe on-screen, but for the red carpet paid homage to another ’60s star – Mia Farrow – with a retro style, glammed-up thanks to a vintage Fred Leighton headband.
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The voluminous, va-va-voom curls stole the spotlight from those famous curves (no easy feat!). Stylist Robert Vetica revealed to PEOPLE that he achieved perfect waves with the help of a half-inch curling iron – and yep, added length!
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To soften the geometric neckline of her J. Mendel dress, the best dramatic actress in a TV series opted for a soft, feminine bun. The look was secured with – get this! – only two hair pins, says her stylist Peter Butler, who kept everything in place with Wella Professionals Stay Essential spray.
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SARAH MICHELLE GELLAR
The tie-dye dress left critics divided, but one thing we can all agree on: her sleek and simple ponytail, which she kept from looking like a workout do by wrapping a strand of her hair around the elastic.
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Demonstrating another take on the classic pony, wore sections of hair from her temples pinned back to create a bump whose height rivaled Snooki’s, but was way more Old Hollywood screen siren than Jersey Shore cast member.
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The Descendants star surprised us by wearing her mane back in a twisted bun at the nape of her neck. Celeb hairstylist Campbell McAuley told PEOPLE he achieved the soft and feminine look by applying Wella Professionals Velvet Amplifier then letting her hair dry naturally before sculpting it into a bun.
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“I envisioned a style with the sophisticated sexiness of Brigitte Bardot,” hairstylist Robert Steinken told PEOPLE of the cascading waves look he created for the presenter. Steinken used Morrocanoil Frizz Control on Paula’s damp tresses before making a center part, pulling hair back close to the sides of her head and creating spirals with a one-inch curling iron.