July 2007

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Photo: Jim Smeal/BEImages

July 2007

01 of 07

Technicolor Eyes

Technicolor Eyes
Fitzroy Barrett/Landov

Leggings and neon have been resurrected, so it's only natural that another eighties staple-blue eye makeup-is making a comeback.

02 of 07

Technicolor Eyes

Technicolor Eyes
Debbie VanStory/Abaca

In fact blue isn't the only vibrant hue lighting up celebrity lids these days. Lavender, green and deep purple have all recently popped up on the red carpet.

03 of 07

Technicolor Eyes

Technicolor Eyes
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"It's a great way to bring drama to the eyes without going dark," says Thandie Newton's makeup artist, Kay Montano, who recommends lining the edge of eyes in black before layering on the color. "Bright eye makeup is like a big cocktail ring-it adds personality to your look."

04 of 07

Mini Center Parts

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Lionel Hahn/Abaca

When it comes to parting their hair, these stylish stars know where to draw the line.

05 of 07

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Mini Center Parts
Jeff Vespa/WireImage

Namely, just a few inches back from the forehead.

06 of 07

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Fitzroy Barrett/Landov

When it comes to parting your hair, "if you go all the way back, it can look too severe," says Sienna Miller's hairstylist, Adir Abergel.

07 of 07

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Abergel recommends pairing a straight 3-inch middle part with an unparted wavy look in back. "The dichotomy of the two textures looks modern."

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