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Friday 26 December 2014

Emma Stone's new bangs

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Emma Stone
'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' film premiere, New York, America - 24 Apr 2014
Emma Stone

Emma Stone debuted a new hairstyle as she glowed at the premiere of her new film yesterday.

The 25-year-old actress turned heads with her cute new bangs, which worked perfectly with her wavy dip-dyed locks. Her new style also worked to frame her face, which she highlighted with a spot of pink lipstick and eyeliner.

It wasn't just Emma's hair that stole the limelight though. The star's pale pink Prada dress, featuring a side cut-out and studded detailing, clung delicately to her slender figure. To keep things simple Emma went jewellery free apart from several small rings on her fingers, which were decorated with red nail varnish.

Her onscreen and real-life love interest Andrew Garfield also debuted a new hair 'do, revealing his shaved head. The British actor dressed to impress in a navy chequered suit with a white shirt and dark blue tie.

The couple's co-star Felicity Jones looked mellow in a pale yellow Miu Miu dress with a sweetheart neckline. To give the piece an added flare there were embellished pockets each side, and the straps over her shoulder were made of satin. Felicity too went accessories free, making her white Jimmy Choo shoes the only other items to admire.

Her dark hair was pulled back into a messy up-do, with her side fringe delicately styled. A pop of red lipstick made her puckers stand out, while her smoky eye make-up gave the appearance a more brooding look.

Singing sensation Alicia Keys also attended the event in the Big Apple. The musician rocked an edgy ensemble make up of a black Alaia top and leather skirt with metal circles. Her black Gianvito Rossi heels completed her dark style along with a black bangle around her wrist.

As to not overdo the rockstar look Alicia kept her make-up minimal, wearing nude lipstick and a subtle cat eye.

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