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Liv Tyler's No-Fuss Warm-Weather Style

06/23/2011 at 04:30 PM ET

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Hollywood might be high maintenance, but Liv Tyler isn’t. “I really like classic looks in the summer — things that feel nice and flowy,” the actress revealed at the Cinema Society and Grey Goose-sponsored screening of her new film, The Ledge, on Tuesday. Her summertime essentials? “Little Bensimon sneakers and cut-off jean shorts, a little striped blue and white shirt,” she said. “I really want to go shopping and get some new summer dresses.” Tyler’s beauty regimen is as low-key as her wardrobe choices. “I don’t really do a lot to my hair,” she shared. “I wash it and put a lot of conditioner in it.” No blow dryers or curling irons required! And how does she take care of that famous porcelain skin? “I always try and exfoliate a lot,” she explained. “Keep it really clean and moisturized.” Tell us: What’s your summer style routine? Hannah Kay Hunt


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