Glam Slam: Get Kristen Stewart's Red Carpet 'Do

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Kristen Stewart arrives at the 'On The Road' premiere during the 2012 AFI Fest presented by Audi at Grauman's Chinese Theatre on November 3, 2012 in Hollywood -- Getty Images

Twi-hards are counting down the days to the very last "Twilight" movie and Kristen Stewart has been hitting the promotional circuit to talk about all things Bella and Edward.

She also hit the red carpet for an AFI Gala screening of her other upcoming film, the indie "On The Road."

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Her outfit is hip, fun and age appropriate and her edgy pony tail perfectly finishes off the skin baring ensemble.

Here's how you can achieve the same look...

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WHO: Fekkai Celeb Stylist Adir Abergel

THE LOOK: An androgynous, roughed-up ponytail that looked great from every angle

HOW TO: Begin by applying Fekkai COIFF Bouffant Lifting & Texturizing Spray Gel through dry hair, focusing on roots. Using your hands rough up the strands to create as much volume as possible.

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Create a deep part and backcomb the roots to create height and volume. Spray roots with Fekkai COIFF Sheer Hold Hairspray to maintain shape and hold.

Next, pin the top section of hair up and using Fekkai COIFF Nonchalant Piecing & Forming Wax pull the rest of the hair back into a tight, off center ponytail.

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After the ponytail is created rake back the top section of hair using your fingers and integrate it into the ponytail. Make sure to leave enough height on top to give it the desired shape.

Brush the ponytail over shoulder to frame the face and balance out the volume. Finish the look with Fekkai COIFF Sheer Hold Hairspray to keep the style in place.

-- Ryan Patterson

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