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Best Looks from the 2011 Teen Choice Awards

Erin Edwards | August 25, 2011 | 1:30 PM

The Teen Choice Awards aired August 7 and all your favorite young celebs were out in full, fashionable force. This generation of stars brought a new energy to the show with glowing skin, dramatic eyes and bold lips. In this week's episode of MODERN Salon TV, we take a look at some of the best looks of the evening:

Best Looks from the 2011 Teen Choice Awards Ashley Greene, who won Choice Female Scene Stealer-Movie for "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse," showed off sleek and shiny strands with sun-kissed skin.


Taking home five awards, including Choice Female Hottie, Selena Gomez sported loose waves and glossy, pink lips.

Best Looks from the 2011 Teen Choice Awards


Winning Choice Summer Song for “Skyscraper,” Demi Lovato , like her BFF Selena, also went for looser waves and a rosy pout.

Best Looks from the 2011 Teen Choice Awards


Blake Lively, who won Choice TV Actress in a Drama for "Gossip Girl," opted to keep her flowing blond locks straight, which complimented her bronze skin and melon-colored dress.

Best Looks from the 2011 Teen Choice Awards The winner of Choice Movie Actress-Romantic Comedy for "Easy A," Emma Stone kept it cool and casual with dramatic eyes and side-swept bangs.
Taylor Swift, who won six awards including Choice Red Carpet Fashion Icon and Female Ultimate Choice,  ditched her usual curly locks and straightened things up, pulling her hair back into a chic pony.


WATCH THE FULL EPISODE NOW for makeup tips, Beauty Week highlights and behind the scenes footage of the 2011 NAHA ceremony and NAHA Winner Eli Mancha’s “Locked and Loaded” photo shoot.

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