Amy Adams's Changing Looks
Amy Adams' Changing Looks
"I used to steal my older sister's pink-and-green Maybelline mascara," Adams has said of her understated high school look in Castle Rock, Colorado.
The Catch Me If You Can breakout rocked flirty twists.
Her cut was a shoulder-length bob, and her locks as light as possible. "I never thought of being anything but blond," she has said of her early days in Hollywood.
The star of The Last Run flaunted her signature color in a deep russet tone.
Soft waves played up the Junebug beauty's delicate features.
The nominee chose warm hues for the Oscars, including bronze shadow and a tangerine gloss.
With her fairy-tale complexion, Adams was utterly believable as a Disney princess in Enchanted.
Adams starred in Doubt and made her lips shine with a bright persimmon hue: "Sometimes, if you need a pick-me-up, there's nothing better than a new lip gloss."
The Julie & Julia star highlighted her coloring at the Oscars with shades of mauve and lilac.
Adams gave birth to her first child, Aviana Olea Le Gallo, and starred in Leap Year and The Fighter.
The Golden Globe nominee wore her cinnamon locks in loose waves.
The actress chose voluminous waves and blue shadow for the Women In Film Pre-Oscar Cocktail Party.
For the Oscars, Adams and her hairstylist Laini Reeves settled on sculpted waves. "We decide her hair would look like this no matter what dress she wore," Reeves said. Working a few drops of Couture Colour Pequi Oil into damp hair gave Adams's strands that "luxurious, rich feel." Reeves then set the head in 1-1/2 inch rollers, allowed the hair to dry, and brushed through the waves with soft bristle brush.
Adams swept her locks into a romantic updo for the Vanity Fair Oscars after-party.
For the Toronto International Film Festival premiere of The Master, makeup artist Stephen Sollitto complemented the star's clean skin with a sheer lip and understated eye. A touch of aptly-placed bronzer made her skin more radiant, and broke up the singular color of the tinted moisturizer: "I always add bronzer on every girl I work with. If you add foundation, the face is one blank canvas of color, by adding bronzer, there is more dimension, which makes the skin look natural."
At the Calvin Klein show during New York Fashion Week, Adams mastered the minimalist effect with her clean skin, tinted lip, and lit-from-within blush. "With her slicked back hair and gorgeous white dress, Amy looked exactly how we wanted her to look," said the star's makeup artist Stephen Sollito. "Pulled together, yet effortless-kind of like Amy herself!"
Hairstylist Laini Reeve's used a '80s hair tool to create Adam's '20s-inspired look for the Golden Globes. "I parted the hair, then waved two-inch vertical sections with a large crimping iron," Reeve told us. She then misted on Moroccanoil Glimmer Shine Spray, combed it through with a soft bristle brush, and pulled all the hair to the right before twisting it into a bun and securing with pins. She loosened a few pieces to give the cluster an "airy, modern look."
Adams sported glam curls and natural makeup while celebrating the opening of Carolina Herrera's boutique in LA.
The American Hustle star went with a strong eye and sleek strands for the film's LA premiere.
The actress stunned with a Grecian-inspired updo at the Golden Globes. "I wanted to give the hair a more textured look to complement the simple, clean lines of Amy’s gorgeous Valentino dress," says hairstylist Laini Reeves.
Adding a little richness to her look after darkening her locks, the actress was absolutely stunning at the EE British Academy Film Awards.