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Emma Watson doubted dreadlocks

Published 28/03/2014

Emma Watson
Emma Watson

Emma Watson wasn't sure about the scruffy hair she sports in Noah.

The British actress takes on the role of the arc-builder's eldest son's wife in the big-screen adaptation of the biblical tale.

She sports long, tangled locks for the part and admits that it took some getting used to.

"She has dreadlocks," she answered when asked what the most surprising thing about the character was.

"Also, she's a woman. She's a really strong woman."

At Wednesday's New York premiere, the 23-year-old shunned the scruffy hair in favour of a sleek up-do and black Oscar de la Renta gown. The stunning starlet took her fans on a virtual tour of her getting-ready process for the red carpet event. She shared a snap of herself in her dress with full hair and make-up via MTV's Twitter page.

"I did NOT wake up like this! #NoahMovie - @EmWatson x (sic)" she wrote and re-tweeted via her own account.

She also shared the products that helped her achieve the flawless look.

"Couldn't have survived today without... - @EmWatson x (sic)" she posted.

Attached was a picture of her must-haves, which include Batiste dry shampoo, NARS and Bobbi Brown products.

Emma might look like a natural on the red carpet, but the Bling Ring star recently revealed she doesn't enjoy the process.

"I don't like attention. Naturally, I tend to hold back a bit," she revealed to German magazine TV Movie. "I feel incredibly unsure of myself on the red carpet, because you're the centre of attention. I'm not playing anyone else on the red carpet, I'm just being myself. And I'm quite shy."

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