Freida Pinto's Changing Looks
The 24-year-old former model chose a chic half-updo for a screening of Slumdog Millionaire. "What I like about this look is that it's really clean," she told InStyle.
Pinto made her Oscars debut in a classic chignon. Pinto's makeup artist and hairstylist, Jeffrey Paul, told us that he "twisted the hair into a low couture flower," using Aveda products to create a full bun.
The actress played up her eyes with pewter liner at the N.Y.C. premiere of The Last Airbender.
She experimented with wild waves for the Toronto International Film Festival of You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger. "She wanted to try something a little different," said her hairstylist Jonathan Hanousek. "We went for rougher curls than she usually wears."
Pinto sported a '20s-inspired faux bob for the London premiere of Miral.
She paired barely-there makeup with a low cluster of braids.
Pinto put her glossy locks into a half-updo for the Globes.
At the Cannes Film Festival, Pinto matched her shimmery lavender shadow to her beaded gown.
At the Gangs of Wasseypur opening gala at the Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles, Pinto wore long bangs, a gray eye shadow, a black liner and finished off her look with tinted red lip gloss.
Pinto viewed Bulgari spring 2014 accessories collection during Milan Fashion Week with sleek parted hair, a light smoky eye, and the perfect rose-brown shade of lipstick.
Pinto rocked a bold red lip and tousled hair to attend the 2015 Global Citizen Festival in New York's Central Park.