Emma Stone's Changing Looks
As an Xavier College Prep student, Stone rocked bright blonde highlights.
The fringe-sporting brunette guested on 'Malcolm in the Middle.'
Producer Judd Apatow requested that Emma go red for her breakout role in 'Superbad.'
Stone wore her lustrous red curls in a loose faux-bob.
Stone starred in 'The House Bunny' and played up her mane's shine with a stick-straight style.
For the InStyle Golden Globes after-party, Stone played up her eyes with a sweep of liquid liner, which she paired with an elegant updo.
Side-swept bangs and sultry lavender shadow gave the 'Zombieland' actress a seductive look.
Pow! Stone highlighted her full lips with bombshell-red lipstick.
"It's my 'Spider-Man' hair!," Stone told us of her newly lightened locks. "Blondes do have more fun! But sometimes I look in the mirror and still feel like I'm wearing a wig."
She hit the MTV Movie Awards sporting her signature cinnamon shade.
Stone went with a voluminous Bardot-inspired ponytail for the New York City premiere of 'Friends with Benefits.'
"There's just something so beautiful about warm shades on a red head!" said makeup artist Rachel Goodwin, Stone's makeup artist for the German premiere of 'The Help.' Goodwin blended a shimmering copper shadow across Stone's entire lid all the way up to the browbone for a soft, modern shape. "I kept the focus on illuminating her features without overpowering them."
At the 17th Annual Critics Choice Awards in Los Angeles, Stone sported shimmery blue eyeliner, courtesy of makeup artist Rachel Goodwin. "Navy-lined eyes are an easy way to baby step into the world of color," Goodwin told us. "I used a metallic blue for a more glamorous effect."
Stone revealed newly sunny locks at the Kids' Choice Awards.
At the premiere of 'Gangster Squad,' Stone's fresh blunt fringe revealed retro-inspired makeup. "Her dress and statement necklace channeled the late '70s and early '80s when women were unabashedly okay with lots of jewelry and makeup," makeup artist Rachel Goodwin told InStyle.com. "We looked to Dynasty's Crystal Carrington and Michelle Pfeiffer in Scarface-two really sexy women of that era who were unapologetic with hair, makeup, and clothes." To start, Goodwin used Revlon's eyeliner in Sueded Brown all over Stone's lids as a base, then blended the rich emerald green from the Primer + Shadow Palette in Pop Art on top. Rather than a pale lip, she finished Stone's makeup with an airy gloss. "A nude lip just didn't seem right and felt too 'done.'" said Goodwin, who used Revlon's Just Bitten Stain in Rendezvous.
Stone went for tousled waves and side-swept bangs at the Peace, Love & A Cure Triple Negative Breast Cancer Foundation Benefit in May.
The actress went back to her signature red hue (although she is a natural blonde) in July after wrapping 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2.' She premiered her throwback look at a Woody Allen concert in France.
Stone topped off her ultra feminine look with a loose side braid at the "Charles James: Beyond Fashion" Costume Institute Gala.
Stone debuts a lob, complete with side bangs.
With her hair pulled back into a romantic updo, the actress appeared poised and put-together while attending the Irrational Man Los Angeles premiere.
Stone debuted a dark chestnut hue on the Met Gala red carpet. The actress styled her brown hair in a deep side part, and paired the show-stopping color with a metallic smoky eye.
By late 2016, she was back to her usual red hue, styling her lob in loose waves for the CFDA Fashion Fund Show.
The star went platinum blonde in 2017 for the premiere of her new film, Battle of the Sexes.