Dec 14, 2017 @ 9:45 AM
Hayden Panettiere's Changing Looks
1. 1998The 9-year-old Hayden made her debut in animated film as the voice of Dot in A Bug's Life.
Showing off her natural curls (and some adorable freckles!), the Ally McBeal actress walked the red carpet at the Movieguide Awards.
Sans ringlets, Hayden wore a sleek updo to the Tribeca Film Festival screening of Raising Helen.
At the premiere of The Architect, Hayden's hair was all about beachy blond waves.
The Heroes star was red carpet-ready at the Vanity Fair Oscars party in a textured side bun and luscious lashes.
Panettiere added interest to her stick-straight locks by pinning back a section at the crown.
The actress showed off her new bangs and face-framing layers at a charity benefit.
Hayden complemented her edgy razored bob with red patent lips.
The star of I Love You Beth Cooper arrived at the Teen Choice Awards in an undone updo and bubblegum pink lips.
"I wanted to give her Hollywood glamour, but keep the look young and sophisticated," hairstylist Craig Gangi said of Panettiere's curly Emmys updo.
Panettiere was barely recognizable (but equally stunning) as a brunette.
Hayden switched up her style once again, turning heads with an angled pixie.
A sleek coif, matte red lips and long lashes for the Elton John AIDS Foundation Oscars viewing party.
The Nashville star went long for the ABC upfronts.
Panettiere hit the CMT Music Awards sporting swept-up curls.
Panettiere opts for a sleek hairstyle and bold brows.
The star debuts her new brow-grazing fringe and new hair hue.
Panettiere showed off a new wavy lob at the Critics' Choice Awards, pairing the beachy style with a glossy pink lip.
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The 9-year-old Hayden made her debut in animated film as the voice of Dot in A Bug's Life.
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