Brigitte Bardot's Changing Looks
The 18-year-old starred in her first film, Crazy for Love, and married journalist-turned-director Roger Vadim.
A doe-eyed Bardot showcased her natural dark blond hair in Doctor at Sea.
The beautiful up-and-comer starred in six movies over the course of the year.
She traded her long mane for a platinum pixie wig to play a burlesque performer in Mam'zelle Pigalle. Soon after, she became an international sensation with …And God Created Woman.
Bardot wore a dark wig during a visit to London. She often used wigs to disguise her appearance when out with her second husband, actor Jacques Charrier.
Her iconic look: bouffant waves, winged liquid liner and pale lipstick.
Art imitated life when Bardot wore a brunet wig to play a movie star undercover in A Very Private Affair.
She pulled back her locks with a wide headband in Contempt.
Bardot sported pigtails on the set of Viva Maria.
Now married to German jetsetter Gunter Sachs, the Two Weeks in September actress released an album with Serge Gainsbourg. She wore dark fringe (and a cape) for their "Comic Strip" video.
She topped a chin-length bob with a sleek beret, perhaps giving a nod to the costume she wore to play Bonnie Parker in her "Bonnie and Clyde" video with Serge Gainsbourg.
Smudgy dark liner brought a hint of edge to her signature look.
She brought out her dark eyes with a curly brunet style.
She made the scene with a red rose tucked behind her ear.
Showcasing her passion for her four-legged friends, she appeared in a program for the French Animal Protection Society.
Mrs. Bernard D'Ormale gave her support for a political candidate with her face framed in wavy tendrils.
She showed off her silver streaks during a rare media appearance.