May 13, 2017 @ 7:30 AM
Julie Christie's Changing Looks
1. 1963She played a beatnik beauty in Billy Liar, attracting the attention of Time, who pronounced her "an actress so brimful of careless charm that she parlays a few brief scenes into instant stardom."
Christie cemented her status as a mod superstar with roles in Dr. Zhivago and Darling (for which she would win an Oscar). "I wore [my hair] long then, in a shag or fringe, and sometimes pulled it into silly bunches," she once told InStyle of her bouffant 'do.
3. 1966She brought out her bone structure with a pixie in Fahrenheit 451. "The film was science fiction, and I played two characters," she recalled to InStyle. "Here I am in a short wig."
For the London premiere of Far from the Madding Crowd, Christie sported a glossy mane of ringlets.
Darker locks and pale lipstick brought out her bright blue eyes.
She had a stylish mass of curls for her Oscar-nominated role in Robert Altman's McCabe and Mrs. Miller.
The wild-haired activist visited N.Y.C. for a peace summit.
She went with a sleek, platinum-streaked bob for the premiere of Hamlet.
The veteran actress made an appearance at the Toronto Film Festival with two-tone waves.
Nominated for her role in Away from Her, Christie hit the SAG Awards in a glam wavy cut.
The Red Riding Hood star stopped by a London fundraiser rocking a chic shag.
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She played a beatnik beauty in Billy Liar, attracting the attention of Time, who pronounced her "an actress so brimful of careless charm that she parlays a few brief scenes into instant stardom."
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