<span>Actress Mila Kunis arrives at the Premiere of Warner Bros. Pictures' 'Jupiter Ascending' at TCL Chinese Theatre on February 2, 2015 in Hollywood, California.</span>

Mila Kunis: see her first post-baby red carpet look!

by Gemma Watts -

New mom Mila Kunis made her first red carpet appearance since giving birth to daughter Wyatt at the premiere of her latest film, Jupiter Ascending, on February 2nd in Hollywood, California. Showing off a svelte waistline just 4 months after giving birth to her first child with partner Ashton Kutcher, Mila proved that going back to work after giving birth is just more glamorous for some.

Here, we break down Mila's stunning return to the red carpet. To get her look, follow our expert tips...

The Outfit

For her long awaited return to the red carpet, Mila chose a classic black gown by Dolce & Gabanna. The midi length and full skirt tiered full skirt offered a touch of vintage-glamour, while the strapless neckline and fitted corset rang true to Mila's signature sexy style. We love that the actress opted for full on femininity for her first night back in the spotlight.

The Hair

High octane glamour didn't end at Mila's dress, with the actress sporting an Old Hollywood style wavy 'do. To recreate her glossy curls, divide and clip your hair into 3 sections- top, middle and bottom. Beginning with the nape section, wrap a piece of hair around a medium sized barrel curling iron.

Curl each section of your hair focusing on the lengths around ear level. Remember, the longer you hold the iron for, the tighter your curls will be. Run your fingers through the ends of your hair to loosen the waves. Finish with a spritz of natural hold hairspray.

The Makeup

Mila kept things classic with some precise winged liner. For a flawless flick, start from the inner corner of your eye and gently drag a liquid or gel liner along your upper lash line. Keep the line as close to your lashes as possible, and ensure you follow the natural shape of your eye. As you reach the outer 2 thirds of the eye, you can angle your brush or press harder on the pen to create a slightly thicker line. This will create a subtle feline look like Mila's.

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