Emma Watson's Changing Looks
Today, Watson looks back on her appearance in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone with amusement: "It's like baby photos...I look like a chipmunk."
As a 12-year-old, the Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets star played around with tween-friendly shimmery pink shadow and gloss.
At 14, Watson wore girlish curls to a premiere of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.
For a London screening of Driving Lessons, Watson sported fresh fringe.
The 18-year-old lent her voice to Princess Pea in Tale of Despereaux and graduated to dramatic black liner.
For the Orange British Academy Film Awards, Watson opted for a lose updo.
At the London premiere of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Watson added a subtle red ribbon to her wispy 'do.
The Burberry model chose a modern take on a '60s beehive for the label's London show.
She framed her face with shoulder-length waves for the Costume Institute Gala.
Watson changed up her short cut with a darker hue and longer, face-framing tendrils.
"I love it," Watson has said of her ultra-chic pixie cut. "I've wanted to do this for years and years; it's the most liberating thing ever."
Watson hosted a Lancome-sponsored event with lacquered lips and cat-eye liner.
For the MTV Movie Awards, Watson accented her pale, shimmery shadow with thick liner, lush lashes and a neutral lip. Watson's makeup artist Roz Music took inspiration from the jacaranda trees blooming in Los Angeles to create a look she described as "fairytale with an edge."
To promote The Perks of Being a Wallflower in London, Watson paired rose lips and strong brows with a wavy retro hairstyle.
Magenta lipstick for the People's Choice Awards.
Watson stays on-trend with coral lips at the Noah premiere.
The star lets her auburn hair down to participate in a live Q&A with Facebook fans about gender equality.
Speaking of obsessed, that's pretty much how we feel about the faux bob hairstyle Emma Watson was seen rocking while attending the Regression photocall in Spain.
The actress rocked a cute bob and a deep side part at the 2016 Met Gala, pairing the short 'do with metallic eye makeup and an off-the-shoulder dress.
The actress pulled her brunette strands back into a soft updo at a New York screening of Beauty and the Beast. She completed the look with bold brows and a perfect red lip.