Lucy Liu's Changing Looks
The Ally McBeal beauty wore a '60s-inspired updo to the Emmy Awards.
Liu played a supporting role in Chicago-and sported a rare bronzy glow.
For the Kill Bill, Volume 1 premiere, the Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle costar balanced smoky shadow with a soft peach lip gloss.
Liu hit the Vanity Fair Oscar party with fresh side-swept fringe.
Romantic waves for the Domino premiere.
For the Women's World Awards, Liu wore her shoulder-length bob in a saucy flip.
Liu topped her Costume Institute Gala look with a stunning Fred Leighton necklace worn as a headband.
For the London premiere of Kung Fu Panda, the Cashmere Mafia star pulled her bob back into a voluminous high ponytail.
At the anniversary gala for Museum of Chinese in America, Liu's look was all about the lip-in this case, a brilliant crimson hue.
For the CFDA Awards, makeup artist Kristofer Buckle brightened the Kung Fu Panda 2 star's skin with a lightweight foundation. "Then I kept it simple with a fruity hit of transparent color on the lips," says Buckle, who chose a waxy pink lip pencil to get the sheer effect of a stain. To rev-up the look for evening, Buckle added a few individual false lashes. "It's a glam, easy-to-wear look."
Fresh skin and peony lipstick at the Independent Spirit Awards.
Never afraid to take a risk, Liu worked a deconstructed fishtail braid at the Golden Globes.