Feb 1, 2017 @ 2:45 PM
Cynthia Nixon's Changing Looks
1. 1980The flaxen-haired, freckle-faced thespian made her big-screen debut in Little Darlings, alongside Matt Dillon and Tatum O'Neal.
For her role in The Manhattan Project, the 20-year-old had uncharacteristically long blond strands.
The star of Broadway's Indiscretions attended the Tonys with '60s roller-set auburn curls.
With Sex and The City up for an Emmy, Nixon rocked a short pixie and berry-colored lips.
Perhaps as a nod to her natural hue, the actress lightened her hair to a strawberry blond.
At the Golden Globes, the expectant actress was back to ginger with a curly chin-length crop paired with pretty peach makeup.
The Golden Globe nominee framed her features with a gilded, tousled bob.
A year for big things! A few months shy of winning a Tony for her role in Broadway's Rabbit Hole, Nixon let her mane flow at the Golden Globes in honor of her fifth nomination.
She looked appropriately sultry at the London premiere of the Sex and The City movie with a honey-streaked, layered cut.
Fiery red again, Cynthia channeled Miranda at the premiere of Sarah Jessica Parker's Did You Hear About the Morgans?.
For the Sex and the City 2 premiere, the blonde brushed back her glam barrel curls.
The actress/activist wore her shoulder-length locks in soft waves.
The dedicated actress shaved her head for her Broadway role in Wit.
14. 2012Nixon celebrated her Tony Award nomination in an ginger-hued wig.
The newlywed showed off her grown-in pixie at the Tonys.
Nixon displayed a grown-out dirty blonde 'do at the 28th Annual Lucille Lortel Awards.
The star channeled old Hollywood glamour with retro blonde waves and dark lined lids.
Nixon showed off a blonder choppy cut at a photo call for Rasheeda Speeking, pairing the new 'do with gold hoops and peach-toned makeup.
The actress styled her blonde pixie with a deep side part at 2016 Film Independent Spirit Awards.
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The flaxen-haired, freckle-faced thespian made her big-screen debut in Little Darlings, alongside Matt Dillon and Tatum O'Neal.
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