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Kirsten Dunst: Stylist ordered me to chop off hair

Published 11/11/2015

Kirsten Dunst
Kirsten Dunst

Kirsten Dunst and Dakota Johnson are among a host of stars to pose alongside their beauty team for The Hollywood Reporter.

Actress Kirsten Dunst and her friends are in a "weird cult" with celebrity hairstylist Cervando Maldonado.

The blonde beauty is one of six celebrities to feature in a photography piece for The Hollywood Reporter focusing on A-listers, including Dakota Johnson, posing alongside their beauty team. Kirsten stood with Cervando and shared stories about their professional relationship with the publication.

"I've known him for 10-plus years," she divulged. "Cervando cuts all my friends' hair, too - it's like a weird cult. He has his following, and it's true: Everyone knows Cervando does the best haircuts."

Since breaking into Hollywood as a child star in films such as 1994's Interview with the Vampire, Kirsten has rarely strayed from her blonde locks. She's used to wearing her hair long, but under Cervando's orders was forced to go for the chop.

"I had bleached my hair the year before and, and Cervando was like, 'Let's cut this s**t off!'" she laughed of the recent transformation.

Cervando also counts Julianne Moore and Naomi Watts as clients, proving himself to be the go-to guy for many famous names. When it comes to Kirsten's hair, the stylist is always confident with the looks he gives her.

"Kirsten's so beautiful and can wear any style, but I like her with a bob - it suits her face very well," he gushed.

For Dakota's portrait, she chose make-up artist Pati Dubroff to stand alongside her. She looks stunning in a floor length orange dress, with Pati adding contrast in a white trouser suit, completing her androgynous look with brogue shoes and long tumbling curls.

“I am against over-exaggeration for the sake of the camera and for the sake of the audience and followers," Pati explained. "My approach to beauty is health and vitality, so skin looks glowing, but no detectable trace of foundation."

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