50 Memorable Faces

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50 Memorable Faces

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Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga
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WHEN AND WHERE The 2010 Grammy Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT For her first appearance at the Grammy Awards, Lady Gaga didn't disappoint in an ombre yellow wig, bubblegum pink lips, and heavy metallic shadow.

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Nicki Minaj

Nicki Minaj
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WHEN AND WHERE The 2011 Grammy Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT This day in age, firsts are almost impossible. Minaj's leopard-spray-painted platinum bouffant was truly one-of-a-kind.

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Drew Barrymore

Drew Barrymore
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WHEN AND WHERE The 2009 Golden Globe Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT This whipped-up bob might have been a risk, but paired with soft makeup and a diaphanous gown, Barrymore pulled it off with aplomb.

Try on Drew Barrymore's many hairstyles with our Hollywood Makeover Tool!

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Christina Aguilera

Christina Aguilera
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WHEN AND WHERE The 2001 Grammy Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT Down-to-there platinum braids were fitting for the artist, whose eponymous album went platinum a whopping nine times.

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Gwen Stefani

Gwen Stefani
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WHEN AND WHERE The 1998 Grammy Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT Only the No Doubt front-woman could make a headful of loopy buns look downright sophisticated. Also note her pencil-perfect brows.

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Paula Abdul

Paula Abdul
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WHEN AND WHERE The 1990 Grammy Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT With her hair piled on top of her head in a gold scrunchie, Abdul was straight-up pop perfection.

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Marlee Matlin

Marlee Matlin
Ron Galella/WireImage

WHEN AND WHERE The 1987 Academy Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT Only in the height of the '80s would poufy bangs and baby's breath fly on a Best Actress winner.

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Cher

Cher
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WHEN AND WHERE The 1986 Academy Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT Some people would get lost in this burst of crystals and feathers. In Cher's case, it's the woman that makes the headdress, not vice versa.

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Cyndi Lauper

Cyndi Lauper
Ron Galella/WireImage

WHEN AND WHERE The 1984 Grammy Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT Presenting at her first Grammys in no less than five shades of eyeliner, it's no wonder Lauper would go on to have a MAC makeup collection.

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Gwyneth Paltrow

Gwyneth Paltrow
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WHEN AND WHERE The 2002 Academy Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT Her sheer tank dress turned heads, but her Heidi braids and seriously smoky eyes were worth a second glance.

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Britney Spears

Britney Spears
Kevin Mazur/WireImage

WHEN AND WHERE The 2002 Grammy Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT While she would later experiment with shorter styles, on this night her wild ringlets reached impressive lengths.

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Kate Hudson

Kate Hudson
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WHEN AND WHERE The 2001 Academy Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT Hudson was nominated for her role in Almost Famous, but with curls this cute she was fully on her way to the A-List.

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Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez
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WHEN AND WHERE The 2000 Grammy Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT While most couldn't tear their eyes from her plunging neckline, her diffuse green shadow and lush, bumped-up ponytail were likewise statement-making.

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Hilary Swank

Hilary Swank
STEWART COOK / Rex

WHEN AND WHERE The 2000 Academy Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT Swank's cropped Boys Don't Cry hair-for which she won Best Actress-grew into this adorable side-swept pixie just in time for the red carpet.

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Angelina Jolie

Angelina Jolie
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WHEN AND WHERE The 2000 Academy Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT Jet-black hair and nude lipstick make Angelina's pillowy lips even more arresting. (We didn't think it was possible, either.)

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Cameron Diaz

Cameron Diaz
Steve Granitz/Retna

WHEN AND WHERE The 1999 Academy Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT Adorable in a crisp barretted bob, Diaz was striking even without her signature beachy waves.

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Madonna

Madonna
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WHEN AND WHERE The 1999 Grammy Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT Ray of Light won Album of the Year; Madonna went dark with an angular brunet cut and heavy crimson lips.

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Jewel

Jewel
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WHEN AND WHERE The 1998 Grammy Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT With Pieces of You going platinum twelve times over, Jewel could do no wrong: Skinny, sectioned-off ponytails and asymmetrical face-framing pieces, included.

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Kate Winslet

Kate Winslet
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WHEN AND WHERE The 1998 Golden Globe Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT Winslet epitomized '90s glam with a piled-high updo, full lip liner, and choker necklace. Oh, and her leading role in Titanic, one of the highest grossing films of all time.

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Minnie Driver

Minnie Driver
Evan Agostini/Liaison

WHEN AND WHERE The 1998 Academy Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT Driver's unconventional beauty -tight ringlets, snow-white skin-was a breath of fresh air.

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Celine Dion

Celine Dion
AP Photo/Kathy Willens

WHEN AND WHERE The 1997 Grammy Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT Celine Dion nailed the '90s. "My Heart Will Go On"-which won Record of the Year-was the definitive lovesong; brick-red lipstick and flipped-up ends were the definitive beauty trends.

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Winona Ryder

Winona Ryder
Ron Galella/WireImage

WHEN AND WHERE The 1994 Golden Globe Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT The actress was nominated for her portrayal of the boyish Jo March in Little Women-but she dressed it up on the red carpet with a sweep of purple eye shadow and rosy lipstick.

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Elizabeth Taylor

Elizabeth Taylor
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WHEN AND WHERE The 1993 Academy Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT Only Elizabeth Taylor can successfully pair hair this big with blue eye shadow, pink lipstick and heavy rouge.

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Demi Moore

Demi Moore
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WHEN AND WHERE The 1992 Academy Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT Long silky strands may be Moore's signature, but she was coolly confident in short, swept-back waves and precise red lips.

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Mariah Carey

Mariah Carey
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WHEN AND WHERE The 1991 Grammy Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT The Best New Artist winner should also have gotten best hair with this fun spiral perm.

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Julia Roberts

Julia Roberts
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WHEN AND WHERE The 1990 Golden Globe Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT Riotous curls, a contagious smile, and natural brows? It's no wonder Julia Roberts was America's sweetheart after winning Best Supporting Actress for her role in Steel Magnolias.

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Meryl Streep

Meryl Streep
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WHEN AND WHERE The 1979 Academy Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT For her first of many trips to the Oscars, Streep let her soft blond hair, natural flush, and inimitable acting chops do all the talking.

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Barbra Streisand

Barbra Streisand
AP Photo/George Birch

WHEN AND WHERE The 1969 Academy Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT When Streisand accepted the Best Actress award for Funny Girl her quintessentially '60s bumped-up bob, nude lips and cat-eye liner were no laughing matter.

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Marilyn Monroe, 1962

Marilyn Monroe
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The actress accepted a Golden Globe in 1962 for her performance in The Misfits in a flipped-up platinum bob, flicked-out cat-eye liner, and heavy faux lashes.

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Michelle Williams

Michelle Williams
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WHEN AND WHERE The 2011 Academy Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT "I didn't want her to look like a sea of white," makeup artist Jeanine Lobell said of the pewter shadow she dusted under the star's eyes.

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Natalie Portman

Natalie Portman
Kevin Mazur/WireImage

WHEN AND WHERE The 2011 Academy Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT With soft waves and a mama-to-be-glow, the tortured ballerina the Best Actress winner portrayed in Black Swan couldn't have been further from her mind.

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Anne Hathaway

Anne Hathaway
Steve Granitz/WireImage

WHEN AND WHERE The 2011 Golden Globe Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT Hairstylist Adir Abergel countered the star's floor-length sequined gown with this easy style. "I wanted to let her natural wave surface," he explained.

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Emma Stone

Emma Stone
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WHEN AND WHERE The 2010 Golden Globe Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT Stone deftly embraced her newly blond hair with a pale palette of peachy lips, pastel cheeks, and lush lashes.

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Sandra Bullock

Sandra Bullock
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WHEN AND WHERE The 2010 Academy Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT The precision of this hairstyle is astounding. "The most important component of this look was the gently curved part, which started right above the arch of her brow," hairstylist Adir Abergel told us.

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Katy Perry

Katy Perry
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WHEN AND WHERE The 2010 Grammy Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT "I have this whole India thing going on because we came back from India a few weeks ago," Perry said of her gold bindi and gilded eye shadow.

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Jennifer Aniston

Jennifer Aniston
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WHEN AND WHERE The 2009 Academy Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT The hairline braid was a super-simple tweak that elevatedAniston's covetable sun-kissed layers.

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January Jones

January Jones
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WHEN AND WHERE The 2009 Golden Globe Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT By pairing her soft, sculpted waves with a modern tangerine lip, Jones showed us the joys of retro beauty weren't just for Betty Draper.

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Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift
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WHEN AND WHERE The 2008 Grammy Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT The Best New Artist nominee was also America's reigning sweetheart with her perfect ringlets and fairydust eye shadow.

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Sienna Miller

Sienna Miller
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WHEN AND WHERE The 2007 Golden Globe Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT Who knew a coronation-style braided headband could be so fresh, inviting and appealing?

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Reese Witherspoon

Reese Witherspoon
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WHEN AND WHERE The 2007 Golden Globe Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT Witherspoon's airy bangs made a huge bang on the red carpet. "I got more questions and emails about this haircut than anything I've ever done," says hairstylist Mark Townsend, who created the look.

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Beyoncé

Beyoncé
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WHEN AND WHERE The 2007 Golden Globe Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT The singer was a sleek and shiny vision in gold when she nabbed a Best Actress nomination for her role in Dreamgirls.

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Rihanna

Rihanna
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WHEN AND WHERE The 2007 Grammy Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT Rihanna ditched her Bajan braids and debuted this A-line bob at the Grammys, thus skyrocketing herself into mega-stardom.

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Cate Blanchett

Cate Blanchett
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WHEN AND WHERE The 2005 Academy Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT You walk enough red carpets and you know that fresh skin, red lipstick and a yellow dress are an unexpectedly fantastic (and winning!) combination.

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Kirsten Dunst

Kirsten Dunst
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WHEN AND WHERE The 2005 Academy Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT A chin-length bob and sculpted smoky eyes are simple but flawless.

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Scarlett Johansson

Scarlett Johansson
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WHEN AND WHERE The 2005 Academy Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT It doesn't get more Hollywood than baby blond ringlets and a diamond tiara.

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Nicole Kidman

Nicole Kidman
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WHEN AND WHERE The 2004 Academy Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT Kidman was a natural as a blond bombshell! Especially with this flirty, flapper-ish headband.

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Beyoncé

Beyonce
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WHEN AND WHERE The 2004 Grammy Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT We were crazy in love with both the voluminous updo of tumbling curls and the singer's lit-from-within glow.

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Charlize Theron

Charlize Theron
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WHEN AND WHERE The 2004 Academy Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT The Best Actress winner perked-up a sculpted bob with a sexy tan.

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Halle Berry

Halle Berry
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WHEN AND WHERE The 2002 Academy Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT Sometimes it's the simplest things that are just so right: Rumpled pixie, coppery shadow, glossy lips. Yes, yes and yes.

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Julia Roberts

Julia Roberts
AP Photo/Reed Saxon

WHEN AND WHERE The 2001 Academy Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT Roberts, who won Best Actress for her role in Erin Brockovich, showed her more serious side in this sleek, intricately woven updo.

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