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We can always count on Emma Stone to deliver on the red carpet. Though she has certain go-to moves (like a red lip), she’s always up for trying new things as well. Behold: Our ten favorite looks from the queen of cool.

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Red lip and messy bun

Whoever said that redheads can’t wear red lipstick was clearly wrong. Paired with copper eye shadow and a mussed-up bun, the look is trés Parisienne (and timeless).

Get the look: ColourPop eye shadow ($5); Beauty by Brent lipstick ($9)

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Soft waves and glitter eye-shadow

Here's an idea for your next holiday party: Accent a berry smoky eye with flecks of glitter along the inner corners. Keep the rest of your makeup minimal and your hair loose and soft.

Get the look: Lemonhead.LA glitter ($22); Urban Decay eye shadow ($49)

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A dressed-up ponytail

Fact: A velvet or grosgrain bow can dress up even a simple pony. Pick up some trim from a crafts store (and use the excess to wrap gifts).

Get the look: Ecolog ribbon scarf ($8); Sincerely Jules satin bow barrette ($8); Deemo Shop velvet ribbon scrunchie ($12)

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Textured knot and berry lips

A quick fix for day-two hair? Toss it back into a low bun like Emma here—the messier, the better, in fact. Worn with a slick of berry lipstick, it’s sexy without trying too hard.

Get the look: Chantecaille lipstick ($38); Oribe texturizing spray ($46)

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Finger waves and peach lips

At the L.A. premiere of Battle of the Sexes, Stone gave us a lesson in classic Hollywood glam with her finger waves, soft smoky eyes and lush peach lips.

Get the look: Revlon lipstick ($5); RMS Beauty eye shadow ($20)

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Golden lids and a low pony

If you look closely, Stone’s eyelids are painted with a mix of both silver and gold tones (which, according to her makeup artist, adds an element of surprise). Paired with a low ponytail that’s secured just inches from the ends, it lends a cool, bohemian look.

Get the look: Ulta metallic cream shadow ($9); NARS shadow stick ($29)

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Crimped hair and a cat eye

Stone made headlines earlier this year when she got a perm (which her longtime makeup artist, Rachel Goodwin, documented on Instagram). We love that she juxtaposed her soft curls with a crisp cat eye.

Get the look: NYX liquid eyeliner ($8); Gold n' Hot ceramic hair crimping iron ($35)

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Straight hair and monochromatic makeup

For the Oscars this year, Emma swapped her new perm for sleek strands and a deep side part to complement her silky Louis Vuitton suit. Her rosy monochromatic makeup also flattered her crimson blazer.

Get the look: Jane Iredale cream blush ($28); Bio Ionic hair straightener ($200)

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Sleek chignon and luminous skin

Again, the thing we love most about Emma’s red carpet style is that she always finds a balance between edgy and sophisticated. Here she is with a slicked-back chignon (that shows off her ear cuffs) and an otherwise bare face with just a pop of pink on her lips.

Get the look: Lime Crime lipstick ($20); Becca Cosmetics foundation ($44)

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Shiny accents

Brides-to-be, here’s one for your Pinterest board. To create this romantic 'do, Emma’s hairstylist, Mara Roszak, "pinned her strands up and under to create the illusion of a deconstructed bob" in the front. In the back, she pressed in some metallic foil (which you can swap for a smattering of crystal bobby pins instead).

Get the look: Etsy crystal pins ($18); L. Erickson gem bobby pins ($28)

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