Jennifer Connelly's Changing Looks
"I was a shy kid who found herself doing photo shoots at age ten," Connelly has said of her years as a teen model.
"I went through my plaid-shirt-and-combat-boots stage," Connelly has said of her time in college (the actress transferred from Yale to Stanford).
The Requiem for a Dream lead updated her 'do with blunt bangs. "Jennifer can take many hairstyles-dreadlocks even!" stylist Oscar Blandi has said.
"Her makeup looks very natural, but it has to have a degree of polish so that it photographs well," makeup artist Pati Dubroff has said of the Hulk beauty.
"She asked me about putting fake lashes on the top and bottom," makeup artist Genevieve has said of this look. "We tried one eye and agreed it worked."
Connelly pinned up her long locks for a faux bob effect.
The sleek brunette starred in The Day the Earth Stood Still.
The face of Revlon starred in 9 and He's Just Not That Into You.
Connelly chose vibrant magenta lipstick for the premiere of The Tourist.
"Jennifer's dress inspired me to work with beautiful saturated colors," makeup artist Genevieve Herr, who used Shiseido products, said of Connelly's look for the premiere of Virginia. "I concentrated on her amazing lips and kept the rest of the makeup dewy and clean to complement her radiant skin."
The actress ditches her long tresses for a lob.
Connelly returns to her signature sleek look.
Sticking with simple hair and makeup, the actress amped up her look by wearing a boldly patterned back and white dress while attending the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City.