Jul 3, 2017 @ 8:00 AM
Connie Britton's Changing Looks
1. 1998After graduating with an Asian Studies degree from Dartmouth, Britton made her debut in The Brothers McMullen before landing a role on Spin City.
A short (and short-lived) crop at for an L.A. fundraiser.
The star of the small-screen version of The Fugitive sported strawberry blond curls.
The Fighting Fitzgeralds actress went full-blown ash blond.
For the N.Y.C. opening of Sweet Charity, Britton let down her long russet waves.
Hello, good hair day! Britton hit the L.A. premiere of The Lather Effect with side-swept strands.
For a Friday Night Lights photo call, the actress glowed in peach makeup that complemented the hue of her blown-out mane.
She dropped by a network press party with sultry ringlets and glossy lips.
A rare updo drew focus to her deep blue eyes at the world premiere of A Nightmare on Elm Street.
Nominated for her role in Friday Night Lights, the American Horror Story lead hit the Emmys with loose waves.
She celebrated her Emmy nomination for American Horror Story with a glam '60s-inspired faux bob.
Hairstylist Rod Ortega was inspired by Rita Hayworth in the 1946 film noir Gilda when creating Britton's retro Golden Globes look. Before going through the hair with a one-inch curling iron, he spritzed fully dry hair with Leonor Greyl's Spray Structure Naturelle to make sure the coils stayed put. After the curls cooled, he brushed them out with a paddle brush. A few more pumps of the Spray Structure Naturelle guaranteed the waves would last all night.
Britton debuts lighter locks, complementing her new 'do with long layers.
The actress keeps up with her signature style.
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After graduating with an Asian Studies degree from Dartmouth, Britton made her debut in The Brothers McMullen before landing a role on Spin City.
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