Apr 15, 2017 @ 11:00 AM
Elizabeth Olsen's Changing Looks
1. 2004The Campbell Hall School student went with a no-fuss natural look.
A smudge of liner and dark mascara opened up Olsen's green eyes for the premiere performance of Broadway's Impressionism.
For the screening of Mao's Last Dancer, Olsen opted for swept-back locks and a matte rose lipstick.
At the Cannes premiere of Martha Marcy May Marlene, Olsen accented her curls with a sparkling headband. "The look is chic and modern but playful," her hairstylist Giannandrea said of the style.
"I'm not working on a movie right now because I'm back in school and I've never been blonde, so I just went for it," the Martha Marcy May Marlene star told InStyle about her sunny new hue at the Toronto Film Festival. "I love it so much, I want to keep going lighter. My co-star, Sarah Paulson told me that's called 'blonderexia.'"
For the London Film Festival premiere of Martha Marcy Mary Marlene, the actress debuted a below-the-collarbone cut. Olsen's hairstylist Mark Townsend used thinning shears to create hidden layers throughout the bottom few inches of her hair. "Some long bobs can look drapey and drab," he told us. "These layers add volume and thickness."
"It's a younger, fresher look than the traditional ballerina bun," hairstylist Mark Townsend told InStyle of Olsen's fun style. "You don't want a perfect circle on top of your head. You want an imperfect shape. Lizzie and I knew one side of her bun was higher than the other and that's what we loved about it."
Olsen gave good glow at the N.Y.C. premiere of Silent House by pairing a soft smoky eye with a light peach blush.
The actress sported boho waves on the red carpet.
New year, new hair! Olsen premiered straight dark strands.
Time for a change! The star returned to her blonde roots and opted for an ultra-flattering lob.
Elizabeth, is that you? The actress was blonde and beachy at the premiere of Captain America: Civil War.
Olsen went back to her darker roots (literally!) while promoting her drama Ingrid Goes West at Sundance.
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The Campbell Hall School student went with a no-fuss natural look.
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