Kate Beckinsale's Changing Looks
A young Beckinsale hit the screen in Kenneth Branagh’s adaptation of Much Ado About Nothing.
A cropped bob highlighted her features at the Golden Bowl premiere in London.
The new star of Underworld hit the Comic Con with long auburn locks.
Beckinsale got playful for the MTV Movie Awards with a cherry red-streaked beehive. "She can do pompadours and updos, which are hard styles to carry off," hairstylist Adir Abergel has said.
The Van Helsing star's smile was as big as her lightened hair at the MTV Movie Awards. "She tried these blond highlights, but now I give her more of a soft brown tone," colorist Tracey Cunningham told InStyle of this look.
The Click actress favored understated lipstick: "My lips are naturally very pink, so if I add any more color, it looks like I've been smacked in the mouth."
For an Oscars party, she tried a soft bohemian updo. "I left some pieces out in the front to keep her middle part from looking too hard," said stylist Adir Abergel.
The glamour girl starred in Whiteout and Everybody's Fine.
As a Cannes Film Festival judge, Beckinsale glowed with shimmery cheeks and pink gloss. Says her makeup artist Vasilios Tanis, "Kate likes her features accentuated but never overly made-up."
"By using primer and tinted moisturizer, we were able to admire Kate's natural complexion," makeup artist Molly Stern told us of Beckinsale's Globes look. She highlighted the star's cheekbones with a swirl of bronzer and NARS Highlighting Blush in Miss Liberty, a shimmery peachy.
For a Total Recall photo call, Beckinsale went with a bouncy retro ponytail.
For the U.K. premiere of Total Recall, Beckinsale's makeup artist Molly Stern used a trio of Laura Mercier shadows to create her smoky eye, layering a black shadow underneath a chestnut brown hue.
For the Met's Costume Institute Gala, Beckinsale wore her brunette locks in a bouffant updo.