Aug 11, 2017 @ 11:00 AM
Katie Couric's Changing Looks
1. 1975The unmistakably adorable teen attended Yorktown High School in Arlington, Virginia.
The Today show co-anchor once joked about her "Winona Ryder" haircut with People: "One inch all over the place-that was really bad."
Wispy bangs and berry lipstick for the self-proclaimed "ordinary, approachable-looking" anchor.
She added softer layers to her short crop.
She showed off newly-blond locks at the TV Guide Awards . Having formerly colored her hair herself ("I foolishly thought you couldn't tell the difference," she told People), she began to employ the services of the experts at N.Y.C.'s Louis Licari salon.
A glam Couric wore her hair in a flirty flip at NBC's 75th anniversary celebration.
Couric chose a mod pale pink lip color for the UNICEF Goodwill Gala.
She went all out to host the Hollywood Hits Broadway Fundraising Gala with wavy locks and a spray-on tan. "The machine was frightening," she told People of the process. "I thought the lady had come to clean my carpet."
She wore her strands swept off her face for the Vanity Fair Oscars party. "I think my hair looks better when it's sort of to my shoulders but not too long," she has told People.
The newly-minted CBS Evening News with Katie Couric host was-dare we say it?-a blond bombshell at a charity event. Of her color she has said: "There's a method to my hair madness -I went lighter as I got grayer because you don't have to dye it as often."
For the Kennedy Center Honors, she showcased her smile with a shorter, side-swept cut.
Couric brought out her blue eyes with smoky liner at the Stand Up to Cancer event in L.A.
She prepped for the debut of her Katie talk show with a darker strawberry blond hue and rosy lipstick.
The talk show host swept her hair back into a soft half updo letting her curled bangs frame her face.
Couric sticks to her signature hairstyle while attending the 4th Biennial Stand Up to Cancer event.
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The unmistakably adorable teen attended Yorktown High School in Arlington, Virginia.
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