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Eva Longoria's Best Red Carpet Looks

She may be only 5'2, but petite Texas-born actress Eva Longoria packs a major style punch. Whether she's playing sexy suburbanite Gabrielle Solis on Desperate Housewives, acting as the celebrity face of L'Oréal Paris or testing out a new recipe in the kitchen (she's got her own cookbook, you know), Eva always turns up in a variety of curve-hugging, figure-flattering looks.

Whether her flair for the sartorial dramatic stems from her past jobs as a soap opera star and beauty pageant winner or from something more innate, we're certainly fans. Click through to check out 20 of Eva's most glamorous, gorgeous looks ever, and click here to enter to win all the L'Oréal makeup the actress wears on our September cover!

Eva attended the 2011 SAG Awards in this plunging Georges Hobeika gown. While perhaps not a household name, Hobeika's star surely rose a few notches after that night.

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