Amanda Seyfried's Changing Looks
"I kind of look the same," the Allentown, Pa. native told In Style of this picture. Indeed, at age 10, the budding model was already flaunting long blond mane.
The busy Seyfried finished up her senior year of high school, starred on As the World Turns and still made time for primping: "I used to straighten my hair every day."
The actress wore a rare updo to the Los Angeles Film Festival premiere of Nine Lives.
Seyfried moved into the big time with a role opposite Meryl Streep in Mamma Mia!-and professionally waved locks and bold pink lipstick. "The most glamorous moment of my life," Seyfried said of the premiere. "The makeup, the hair-everything was genius."
Seyfried had glamorous curls for the Academy Awards.
The Jennifer's Body actress got sophisticated with retro curls and mauve lippy. "I don’t wear it often," she said of lipstick, "but I like the finish."
Now a bankable beauty with Dear John, Chloe and Letters to Juliet, Seyfried branched out with a banded updo and edgy eye makeup.
For the Hollywood premiere of Red Riding Hood, Seyfried tried out a face-framing deconstructed updo.
For the premiere of Gone, Seyfried wore her flaxen locks in sculpted curls.
At the world premiere of Les Miserables, Seyfried framed her sultry, smoky eye makeup with well-groomed brows.
A teased braid and smoky eye completed the star's Oscar party style.
The actress evoked retro glam for the Lovelace premiere, donning a face-framing chignon and a classic red lip.
With shoulder-length hair and a berry-colored lip, Seyfried looked radiant while attending the K.I.D.S./Fashion Delivers Annual Gala at American Museum of Natural History in New York City.