Jena Malone's Changing Looks
Ombre highlights emphasized her swingy, face-framing bob at the premiere of ‘Saved’ in Westwood, California.
For the premiere of ‘Pride and Prejudice’ in London, Malone debuted jet-black locks. The actress emphasized the deep hue of her hair by rimming her eyes with thick liner.
With the wind in her chocolate brown hair and natural makeup, Malone was ready to take on the Cannes Film Festival.
Malone amped up the glam at the Los Angeles premiere of ‘Into the Wild,’ styling her hair in sultry, voluminous waves.
It was all about Old Hollywood glamor at the 14th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards. The actress debuted bright blonde locks and much shorter strands, which she styled in tight curls.
A few months later, the actress returned to jet black strands and even added blunt above-the-brow bangs.
The star ditched her short bob in favor of a fierce pixie, which she styled into an edgy mohawk at the premiere of 'Tropic Thunder.'
Keeping with the pixie, Malone dyed her short, feathery locks a copper red hue.
For the Critics Choice Awards, the actress traded in her signature natural makeup for a glamorous smoky eye, which complemented her newly dyed blonde locks.
Pastel pink lips brightened up her sexy smoky eye and deep chocolate strands.
Jena Malone - 2011
Keeping her hair sleek and straight, Malone amped up her makeup, highlighting her eyes with frosty green shadow for the 'Sucker Punch' premiere.
A side part and simple, straight strands allowed the actress’s bold red lips and subtle smoky eye to take center stage.
Malone pulled back her hair but let her thick fringe frame her face at J.Mendel’s fall 2013 fashion show during New York Fashion Week.
While promoting ‘Hunger Games: Catching Fire’, Malone showed off her newly blonde locks, which she styled simply, keeping it straight and parting it down the middle.
Malone debuts fiery red hair and an equally bold lip.
Rocking a wavy bob and a coral lip, the actress was styled to perfection while attending the New York City premiere of The Rusted.