Allison Williams' Changing Looks
The aspiring actress attended the premiere of A Prairie Home Companion.
The recent Yale graduate wore her auburn locks pulled back for an N.Y.C. charity gala.
Having made a name for herself on YouTube and Funny or Die, Williams hit the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of The Carrier sporting defined lashes and neutral lips.
Glossy coral lips and subtle blush for the Stand Up for Heroes event.
Loose waves at the Girls premiere.
For the Emmys, Williams paired bronze shadow with peach lipstick.
Williams worked a not-so-simple pony (it took 90 minutes!) for the Target & Neiman Marcus holiday collaboration launch party in N.Y.C. "It takes so long," the actress told InStyle.com of her updo. "There's something about a ponytail that's really difficult to do. Even on Girls, when I have to wear a ponytail, they have to allot extra time." This time though, she had some help: "There's not a chance I'd be able to do this myself!"
To bring out Williams's blue eyes for the Girls season premiere, makeup artist Julie Harris used CARGO's Baja quad, starting with the pale gold shade all over her lids. The deeper gold was blended into the star's crease and along her lower lash line. After a thick sweep of the brand's TexasLiner in black, she applied the High Pigment Pencil to Williams's water line to give the look a smoky effect. Harris finished with three coats of CARGO's TexasLash Mascara.
For the Emmys, Williams went with loose curls and natural makeup.
For the opening of Diane von Furstenberg's "Journey of a Dress" exhibit in Los Angeles, Williams wore her hair in a faux bob.
Sleek hair and a metallic smokey eye for the Golden Globes.
The Girls star sported stick-straight strands and kohl-rimmed eyes at the Christian Dior Cruise 2015 show.