Demi Moore's Changing Looks
Then known as Demetria Guynes, Moore left high school to pursue an acting career founded on: "guts and on-the-job training."
Moore joined the General Hospital cast as journalist Jackie Templeton.
The actress starred in the romantic blockbuster, Ghost, and tried out bright blond locks.
On Oscar night, the star of A Few Good Men styled her short hair into Old Hollywood waves.
The The Scarlet Letter star flaunted matching red lips.
Looking tough and ready for training, Moore went completely bald for G.I. Jane.
2001: She took a break from the Hollywood scene to raise her daughters in their Idaho home: "You have children because you want to experience that."
The new Mrs. Kutcher, and star of Bobby, shined with happiness-and careful cosmetics. "Shimmer complements her olive skin and gives an added glow," says her makeup artist Jo Strettell.
The ever-stunning Happy Tears lead wore her locks in beachy waves.
"A low chignon for this year's Oscars," said hairstylist Serena Radaelli. "We let the dress grab the attention."
Moore signed on as the face of Ann Taylor.
Waist-length waves and nerd-chic glasses at the Art Basel festival.
Moore rocks her signature center part and sleek hair.
The star rocks a glow and voluminous lashes.
The actress stepped out looking sun-kissed with sideswept locks as she attended the 12th annual CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards in New York City.