Vanessa Hudgens and Hayden Panettiere Get Pretty to Save the Music

09/29/2009 at 09:00 AM ET

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Doing good sure did look appealing this weekend at the Neutrogena Fresh Faces of Music event to benefit VH1’s Save the Music Foundation. Two of Neutrogena’s superstar spokespeople, Hayden Panettiere and Vanessa Hudgens, turned out to show their support for keeping music in schools. And the duo did a lot more than just show off their flawless skin — they lent a hand by presenting a $30,000 check to a South Los Angeles middle school to jump-start their music program. “It’s such an important thing, music and creativity,” Hayden tells PEOPLE. “I’ve heard vineyards will play Mozart while the grapes are growing and it really does make a massive, massive difference.” But no beauty-supported event is complete without a little shop talk, and Hudgens was quick to share her favorite beauty must-have. “Things are always on the go for me so I love The Wave,” Vanessa tells PEOPLE of Neutrogena’s deep-cleansing power gadget. “I just throw it in my purse and go on my merry way.” Tell us: What’s your go-to budget beauty tool?reporting by Nina Tyler

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Saima on

Lucylu & Julie ..Its the worst dressed of the week. Not the cuetnry. And aparently its judged by one outfit I bet Jessie J doesnt always dress like that. Or Vanessa. So suck it up. Her outfit was sucky. And HappyHappy Horsey.. True dat!

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