Get Lily Collin's Sleek 'The Mortal Instrument' Premiere Look

Lily Collins

Aug. 13 2013, Published 6:29 p.m. ET

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Lily Collins looked sophisticated glam at Monday night's The Mortal Instrument: City of Bones premiere in Los Angeles with a slicked back 'do. Celebrity hairstylist Mara Roszak shares how she created the look using Leonor Greyl products.

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“Lily wore an incredible leather structured dress by Cushnie et Ochs," says Mara. "I knew I wanted the hair to have a graphic feel with lots of shine."

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• I started by sectioning her hair deep to the side and then applied Leonor Greyl Mousse au Lotus Volumatrice to Lily’s damp hair and blew it dry straight.  For an extra straight look, I flat ironed each section straight down with no bend.

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• To tame any flyaways and add extra smoothness and shine, I used Leonor Greyl Éclat Naturel all over.  I did not use it sparingly!  I first put the product in my hands and rubbed it in before applying it from the bottom up.

• Next, I used Leonor Greyl Gel a l’Hibiscus to slick back the sides of Lily’s hair and pinned it in the back, leaving the back section down.

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• To finish the look and ensure it lasted all night, I sprayed Leonor Greyl Spray Structure Naturelle all over the head.”

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