Anna Paquin's Changing Looks
The 11-year-old wore a beaded beret to pick up her Academy Award for The Piano.
Sometimes a big smile is all the glamour you need! For the N.Y.C. premiere of X-Men, the teen sported minimal makeup and loose, natural locks.
The actress chose space-age silver liner and striking crimson lipstick for the premiere of Spike Lee's 25th Hour.
After playing platinum-streaked Rogue in X-Men, Paquin dyed her highlights a punky hot pink.
For the Cannes debut of X-Men: The Last Stand, the actress paired bold glossy red lips with curly romantic strands. Said hairstylist Jenny Cho, "Long wavy hair in a ponytail is sexy without trying at all."
Paquin went champagne blond to play True Blood's Sookie Stackhouse-and looked more glamorous than ever. "She's got the right skin tone for both dark and blond hair," said Cho.
Clean skin and a slicked back ballerina bun for the Globes. "She looks so delicate and graceful," Cho said. "I can clearly see just Anna."
"She got a lot of attention for that look," makeup artist Monika Blunder recalled of Paquin's SAG style. "I pulled an olive green color from the dress into the eye makeup." As for the hair: "This shape was inspired by the one and only Brigitte Bardot," Cho said. "It's half up, half down with a slight bend. She looks foxy!"
Paquin wore her locks wavy and loose for a True Blood event.
The expectant star looked chic at an Academy Awards viewing party in a high-volume updo.
For the season six premiere of True Blood, the actress wore her long locks pulled to the side with glamorous curls.
The True Blood star sports a voluminous updo.