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Saturday 28 May 2016

Sexy star Lily Collins

Published 31/07/2014

Lily Collins
Lily Collins

Lily Collins is among the stars on Victoria's Secret's 2014 What is Sexy? list.

The lingerie brand unveiled the answers to its bi-annual What is Sexy? question yesterday. One of the categories considers which of the hottest celebrities has the lushest locks. English-American actress Lily, 25, was crowned the winner thanks to her brunette bob.

Last year, Lily swapped her long tresses for a shoulder-length cut and earlier this month she went even shorter, opting for a chin-grazing 'do.

Her hairdresser Mara Roszak opened up about the process behind keeping the star's hair shiny.

“I always recommend using a deep conditioner at least once a week. I like putting conditioner on the hair, covering it with a shower cap while in the shower, and letting it stem for about ten minutes, then rinsing,” Mara told

Lily wasn't the only one honoured on the 2014 list, which VS Angel Lily Aldridge announced at the label's San Francisco store.

Game of Thrones' Emilia Clarke also received a mention, receiving the sexiest lips label thanks to her full pout.

Gossip Girl babe Blake Lively was also on the list. The blonde star was praised for having the sexiest summer glow.

Emma Stone might be best known for making people laugh in comedies such as Easy A, but it was something else that caught the attention of Victoria's Secret. The redheaded star made it on to the list for having the sexiest eyes.

Others who made the cut include Nina Dobrev, who was voted sexiest natural beauty, Alexa Chung, who has the sexiest street style, and Jennifer Lawrence for being the sexiest star who follows the mantra 'short hair don't care'.

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