Sep 4, 2017 @ 7:45 AM
Chloë Sevigny's Changing Looks
1. 1999The former skater girl channeled an early-eighties preppy. "There'll always be that prep in me that I can't seem to get rid of," the Connecticut-born Sevigny once told Entertainment Weekly.
Sevigny tried on tight curls. "I constantly try to change my face by adjusting my hair," she has said. "Being comfortable in my skin is something that I am always striving for."
The Shattered Glass star went for a center part and defined lips. "With a strong eye and lip, the rest of the face should be colorless," makeup artist Brigitte Reiss-Anderson has said of Sevigny. "Otherwise, you'll look like a disco queen."
Sevigny became a spokesmodel for MAC's Viva Glam V. "Buy pretty lipstick and make a huge difference in somebody’s life," she said of the charitable lippy.
She sported classic red lipstick and a side ponytail. "With blond hair and a tan, a strong lip color is really pretty in the summer," she told InStyle.
She wore natural makeup and a polished updo to the season premiere of Big Love.
Sevigny picked up her Golden Globe in swept-back hair (perfect for the rainy weather) and bold pink lipstick.
A tousled golden bob for the Costume Institute Gala.
9. 2011She debuted an inky new hue (courtesy of her role in Hit or Miss) at the Kenzo show.
Sevigny lightened her locks to a russet red and added blunt fringe.
Sevigny switched up her look once again, opting for a tousled blond bob.
Orange-red lipstick and slicked-back hair for a screening of American Horror Story: Asylum.
Sevigny showed off a cute cropped 'do and a bold orange-red lip at the A+E Networks upfronts in New York.
The actress offset her long loose waves with bold eyelashes at the Louis Vuitton Monogram Celebration at New York's Museum of Modern Art.
While Sevigny's loose blonde tendrils were perfection amfAR's Inspiration Gala in L.A., her pretty crimson pout drew most of the attention.
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The former skater girl channeled an early-eighties preppy. "There'll always be that prep in me that I can't seem to get rid of," the Connecticut-born Sevigny once told Entertainment Weekly.
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