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Sunday 28 December 2014

Amanda Crew ironed hair

LOS ANGELES, CA - OCTOBER 01:  Actress Amanda Crew arrives at The 8th Annual Teen Vogue Young Hollywood Party at Paramount Studios on October 1, 2010 in Los Angeles, California.  (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Amanda Crew
Amanda Crew

Jobs star Amanda Crew has joked the boys used to "love it" when she sported hair straightened with a clothes iron.

The star has been gracing the red carpet to promote the film about the late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs.

While she might be open to trying up-dos and wavy locks these days, the 27-year-old previously went to great lengths to keep her hair straight.

"Probably ironing my hair in high school with an actual clothes iron on an ironing board," she told Refinery 29 when asked about the weirdest beauty trend she's tried.

"This was before they came out with ceramic straightening irons. I'd always have super-straight hair and a big crease in the back of my head where I couldn't reach the iron properly. The boys loved it!"

Amanda always has a perfect complexion when she's snapped at events.

The brunette beauty shared her favourite top for clear skin.

"My biggest beauty tip would be exfoliation, exfoliation, exfoliation! After a lifetime of almost no breakouts, I started having some pretty embarrassing ones and learned that if you don't exfoliate, your skin has a hard time shedding the old skin and therefore clogs your pores and causes zits," she explained.

"Have I mentioned how much I like to exfoliate? Doing an exfoliation mask (like Triple Berry Smoothing Peel) the night before [the red carpet] is my favourite way to have fresh and bright skin for an event."

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