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Celebrities may always look perfectly groomed out on the red-carpet, but behind the scenes they have an entourage that ensures flyways are smoothed away, lip gloss is touched up and false eye lashes aren't awry.

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But luckily with these tips, you can still be on your style A game, sans the professionally-trained hair and makeup team.

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For a flawless face, smooth on a makeup primer like Make Up For Ever's HD Microperfecting Primer ($32, "If you're going to be in photos, applying primer before makeup is essential -- it reflects light, creating the illusion of invisible pores and airbrushed makeup," Kristen Stewart's makeup artist tells Us Weekly.

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When it comes to hair, many stars fake the super-shiny, light capturing effect with a shine spray. "Luster and fullness make any hairstyle pop in a photo," says Hilary Duff's hairstylist, Marcus Francis. (Try Kerastase Chroma Cristal Shine Perfecting Mist, $39 at

Click here for more camera-ready tricks developed by Hollywood's top beauty pros.

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