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February 06, 2012  | by: Lindsay Barton

Amanda Seyfried

Amanda Seyfried doesn’t wear a lot of makeup, but she can’t live without red lipstick. “It’s the only makeup I’ll wear when I’m not working,” according to the November 2011 issue of Marie Claire. She’s a fan of neutral tones and knows how to take her look from girl next door to red carpet glam.

Amanda Seyfried as Savannah in Dear John (2010)

Seyfried is known for her roles as Karen in Mean Girls (2004) and Savannah in Dear John (2010). Her role in Mamma Mia! (2008) put her on the fast track to stardom and she hasn’t slowed down since. Her versatility as an actress has allowed her to succeed in teen comedies, edgy independent films and other major film roles. She never fails to keep audiences guessing on what her next move will be.

Seyfried at a red-carpet event

Her signature long blond hair is always sleek and never goes in an updo. She skips out on pricey treatments and sticks to  Frederic Fekkai’s brilliant glossing shampoo and conditioner to keep her hair healthy. Chanel’s eyeshadow in Les 4 Ombres de Chanel palette is one of her beauty must-haves. To keep her skin feeling fresh, she uses Epicuren’s Silk Mist Sunscreen. Her favorite designers include Stella McCartney and Alexander Wang.

Seyfried at an Esquire shoot (2011)

Seyfried will appear on the big screen again in the film The End of Love, a drama about the relationship between father and son after the death of the boy’s mother.

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