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Lucy Hale is dream client

Published 17/08/2015

Lucy Hale
Lucy Hale

Lucy Hale's hairstylist Kristin Ess loves working with her because she never gets "stuck" on one look.

Yesterday the Pretty Little Liars star picked up the Teen Choice Award for TV Drama Actress wearing a short blue dress by Julien Macdonald.

To finish off her look, the 26-year-old lengthened her chin-length hair with extensions, side-parted and styled into a low ponytail. Behind the look is hairstylist Kristin Ess who is pleased she can work with such an open-minded client.

“Lucy is like one of those unicorn clients,” she gushed to beautyforapurpose.avon.com. “She’s never afraid to try new things, she doesn’t get stuck wearing one look forever, she looks good in any hairstyle and she makes me laugh so hard while we work.

“You couldn’t ask for more in a client. We very much understand each other’s aesthetic, so styling her or translating what she wants is never a problem."

And the feeling is mutual, as there's no better way for Lucy to get in the party mood than with a makeover session.

"I love getting my hair and make-up done and laughing with my 'team'. They always put me in the best spirits. It’s also fun to see old friends at these types of things," she grinned.

Kelsey Deenihan worked on Lucy's make-up, finishing a classic smoky eye off with a slick of blue shadow that complemented her dress. The professional used a matte colour on the star's lips to keep the focus on her eyes.

"I wanted to incorporate a bold colour onto the eyes. Wanting a matching moment, navy and cobalt blue seemed to be the perfect combo for Lucy’s Julien Macdonald blue and black dress," Kelsey shared.

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