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Cara casts magic on hair stylist

Published 03/08/2015

Cara Delevingne
Cara Delevingne

Cara Delevingne's hair stylist and make-up artists have given the low down on one of her recent red carpet looks.

The model-turned-actress is never too far away from a red carpet and often has the help of hair pro Mara Roszak to look flawless.

"I met her the day of the MTV Movie Awards in April. It was love at first sight for me," Mara gushed to People magazine.

Mara was behind Cara's relaxed waves at the New York premiere of her film Paper Towns. Her honey-coloured locks were worn in a middle part, with a loose curl adding some definition.

"With a dress that glamorous, I wanted an edgy feel. I didn't want it to look too stylised, just like something you could do yourself," Mara explained.

"[It didn't take] more than 15 minutes. What took longer was blow-drying her hair and using a curling iron to enhance her natural waves."

To emphasise her sequined Saint Laurent dress, make-up artist Molly R. Stern used a red lip to make the look pop.

However the cosmetic hero can't take all the credit.

"It was her idea! I opened every red I had - ranging from raspberry to fire engine to wine - and she pointed to a few that she likes. Then we decided on the best vibe.

"A bowl of crushed berries and some eyebrows," Molly laughed when People asked her what a mood board would feature for the look.

During an awkward interview last week, Cara's normally laidback demeanour was ruffled when the Good Day Sacramento hosts suggested she needed a nap and got her name wrong.

However, Molly says the 22-year-old - who recently debuted pink hair - has no trouble laughing off embarrassing incidents.

"She's got a great sense of humour and loves to laugh. She doesn't take herself too seriously," she smiled.

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