5 Beauty Lessons You Can Learn From Emma Stone

Celebrity Style Jul. 25, 2011 AT 4:24PM
5 Beauty Lessons You Can Learn From Emma Stone Credit: Jamie McCarthy/WireImage.com; Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagic.com; Jordan Strauss/WireImage.com; Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images

If you're an up-and-coming actress with not one, not two, but three movies out at the same time, the pressure to look gorgeous on the red carpet can be intense. And yet, in a short time, Emma Stone, who's in Friends With Benefits, Crazy, Stupid, Love and the forthcoming The Help, has become an official style star and not just because of her unique fashion sense.

The 22-year-old consistently stands out (in a good way) thanks to her bold hair and makeup choices. Here, Stone's best beauty moves:

Switch up your hair color. The actress' vibrant red hair color always ensured that she got noticed, yet that didn't stop her from going platinum blonde (which is actually closer to her natural hue). Then, when everyone was still buzzing about her lighter look, Stone went back to red!

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Try out a bunch of hair looks. In addition to dramatically changing her hair color, the star rarely sports the same style. She's done everything from a sleek updo and tousled waves to eyebrow-skimming bangs and a flirty ponytail.

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Rock a super bright lip color. Stone was one of the first stars to wear an eye-popping shade of pink lipstick back in the spring before the look became a huge trend.

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Tweak your brow color. When you change your hair color, your brows should follow suit. They don't have to match exactly, but make sure they are within at least two shades of your new hue.

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Master liquid liner. One look the actress does tend to stick with: winged eye liner. Yes, it's tricky to do, but the payoff is super sexy. For a stellar cat-eye look, increase the thickness of the line as you draw outward and use a liquid formula with a precise tip.

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