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Although Little Women experienced a bit of a Golden Globes snub this year, the upcoming film’s red carpet style was definitely applause-worthy. From Saoirse Ronan’s neon eyeliner to Emma Watson’s Princess of Darkness vibe, here are the best looks from the film’s New York premiere.

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1. Emma Watson

Gone are Watson’s Harry Potter Hermione locks. For the Little Women premiere, the 29-year-old Meg March went with a sort of Goth princess vibe. She sported a high messy bun with loose wavy tendrils of hair framing her face, a few swipes of glitter gel at her roots and a gold wire headband. She complimented her black lace Balenciaga gown and thigh-high boots with oxblood red lipstick, burgundy eye shadow and bold brows. And that bejeweled ear cuff? We love it.

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2. Eliza Scalen

Scalen, who plays Beth in Little Women, offset the minimalism of her white Khaite turtleneck gown (well, except for its balloon sleeves) with a swath of unexpected orange eye shadow. The 20-year-old Sharp Objects star’s shadow started at the inner corners of her eye with a gold sparkle that gradually became sunset orange with an ombré effect. Paired with her dewy skin, blush-hued cheeks and lips and pixie cut, it was basically a modern take on Audrey Hepburn.

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3. Saoirse Ronan

The 25-year-old Emmy winner, who plays Jo in the film, matched her makeup to her Gucci gown and opted for a turquoise eyeliner that really made her pale blue eyes pop. Ronan kept the rest of her makeup subtle and almost appeared to have a bare face aside from her eyeliner. It’s a bold move—especially with her nun-esque embellished Gucci number and its thigh-high slit.

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