Ashley Greene's Changing Looks
For her Wolfson High School senior portrait, the Jacksonville, Florida native accented her natural beauty with pin-straight locks and understated makeup.
Greene's face-framing loose style made the most of her mauve lipstick and smoky eyes. As she has said, "Dark makeup looks best when it's subtle and focused on either the eye or lip."
The actress made the ultimate sacrifice, chopping her locks for the Twilight Saga: "My hair is very long and thick, which made it awkward to fit underneath Alice's pixie wig." The new look allowed her to rock retro-inspired curls for the MTV Movie Awards.
Greene went even shorter with a sleek bob. "I love my new cut," she told us. "It's very cool and different. It's emo-chic and sophisticated."
For the New Moon premiere, the actress added extensions and played up her delicate features with soft color. "We wanted a natural but glamorous look," said makeup artist Vanessa Scali. "I kept the eye shadow, blush, and lips transparent but went for strong and dramatic brows, liner, and lashes."
Greene went for a sleek bob and deep side part.
She transformed her softly-waved mane with caramel and honey highlights. As her stylist Ted Gibson said, "Ashley Greene looked sexy, chic and super-modern with her newly lightened hair color."
Stick-straight hair for the CFDA Fashion Awards.
Ted Gibson gave Greene retro curls for the Avon Foundation Global Voices for Change Gala in New York City.
Greene played up her delicate features with a soft, side-swept bun.
For the premiere of The Apparition, Greene chose a berry lipstick that matched her gown.