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ESC: Sarah Hyland, Beauty Coach

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When you're a #901girl, like Sarah Hyland, your beauty game is what you make it…literally.

On their Beauty Coach blog, celeb hairstylists Riawna Capri and Nikki Lee, of Nine Zero One Salon, give their friends the ultimate celeb treatment, collaborating with them to create fun, creative concepts for photo shoots and supplying the makeup, hair and style magic to execute it. Lucky for us, we got exclusive photos from the shoot, as well as the beauty breakdowns—so you can mimic Sarah's editorial-status looks at home.

Shot at International Dance Academy in Hollywood, the Modern Family star channeled her inner tiny dancer for a grunge-ballet theme. Get all the details below!

The Style

"As far as inspiration goes, it was very black and white, good vs. bad, white swan vs. black swan," said stylist Daniela Romero. "For the ‘good' looks, I wanted to stay in the lighter color palettes, what seemed more virginized and pure. For the 'bad' looks, I wanted to keep it dark by using blacks, but also edging it up with mixing different textures, such as leather and feathers."

ESC: Sarah Hyland, Beauty Coach

Riawna Capri/The Beauty Coach

The Hair

Step 1: Vertically section the hair in the middle of the head, using the arch of each eyebrow as a guide.

Step 2: French braid this section from front to back and secure with a clear elastic when you reach the top of the crown. (Make sure it isn't too high or too low.)

Step 3: Add Bed Head by TIGI Joyride Texturizing Powder Balm to palms and apply to the remaining length of the small ponytail to get texture.

Step 4: Tease this section with a comb, divide the tail into two sections and tie them in a knot, securing with bobby pins.

Step 5: Curl the rest of the hair with a 1-inch barrel, like the T3 Whirl Trio, to add wave and movement.

Step 6: Perfect the messy look by applying a bit of molding wax to palms and run through hair.

ESC: Sarah Hyland, Beauty Coach

Riawna Capri/The Beauty Coach

The Makeup

"For Sarah's look, we wanted to start with ethereal, soft colors and slowly go into a darker, more exotic ballerina [look]," said makeup artist Denika Bedrossian. "I wanted a winged liner through out to accentuate Sarah's gorgeous eyes."

The make up maven used Gwen Stefani for Urban Decay Eyeshadow Palette ($58) for all her looks as well as Lashes in a Box in No. 7 (currently sold out) to bring volume to the lashes.

"To spice up the eye, I used the Urban Decay Heavy Metal Glitter Eye Liner in Distortion ($20) all over her lid to add an iridescent sheen," she added. "We kept the lips very neutral throughout to keep the attention on Sarah and her incredibly beautiful dancing."

For see more exclusive photos and to read the actress' interview about inner beauty, head on over to The Beauty Coach

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