Chloë Grace Moretz Is Anything But Scary Carrie

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We don't know about you, but we think Chloë Grace Moretz is almost too pretty to play the role of scary Carrie in the upcoming remake of the the 1970s classic. Need proof? Last night Moretz strutted her stuff at the premiere of Carrie looking nothing like a troubled teen with a pale complexion and limp locks.
Let's start with her awesome 'do, shall we? It's no secret that we're fans of DIY braids here at R29, and her stylist for the night, Gregory Russell, is giving us plenty of inspiration. To create texture, he used a curling iron on random sections of Chloe's rough-dried hair before braiding. Then, he created smaller braids to weave through a loose side braid. But, here's our advice: Don't overthink it. You can do no wrong with a style like this, which makes it attainable for everyone to look like a starlet.
Of course, no red-carpet-glam look would be complete without a perfect pout and doe-like eyes. Celebrity makeup artist Mai Quynh was behind Moretz's fresh-faced look. So, in case you were wondering what the secret is to her glowing complexion, it's time you stock up on some Talika Huile Vitale, applied with the brand's Cream Booster Device, stat.

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