Jennifer Lawrence's Changing Looks
The young star of 'The Bill Engvall Show' made an early awards show appearance with bronzed skin and liquid liner.
A loose side ponytail and soft shades of peach for a TNT party.
She went flower child with a low lace headband.
For the premiere of 'The Burning Plain,' she set off her pale complexion with glossy currant lips.
Fresh layers and cheekbone-length bangs added movement to her mane for the Hollywood Awards gala.
For the Palm Springs International Film Festival, she contrasted her stick-straight strands with retro-inspired tangerine lipstick and cat-eye liner.
The SAG award nominee (for her role in 'Winter's Bone') hit the ceremony with dramatic shadow and an oversize bun. "I am very inspired by shapes and texture," hairstylist Mark Townsend told InStyle.com, "I wanted to play with having shiny height in the front." To finish her look, he added some Oribe 24K Pomade "for some actual glitter."
"Jennifer Lawrence's eyes were the focal point tonight," Avon makeup artist Jillian Dempsey told us of her Oscars look. "I played them up with lots of mascara and sultry black liner." Layering the four neutral tones in the Avon Blushing Raisins Eyeshadow Quad, Dempsey created a sculpted and structural eye that still managed to feel soft and smudgy.
The blonde went brunette for her lead role in The Hunger Games. "I think I just have to stay tan," she told EW of the adjustment. "Or I'll look like the girl from The Ring."
No red dye went into the making of this hue! "Her new color is actually a happy accident," hairstylist Mark Townsend told us. "It's been colored and re-colored so many times I told her to give it a break and use stripping shampoos."
"I've had the idea of weaving [Jennifer Behr] headbands through her hair for months," hairstylist Mark Townsend said of Lawrence's premiere look. "It was so satisfying to see my vision come to life."
Lawrence surprised everyone at the Toronto International Film Festival by showing up in her dark Katniss Everdeen hue, and a super-straight blowout hairstylist David Babaii called a "high fashionista look."
For the N.Y.C. premiere of 'Silver Linings Playbook,' hairstylist Oribe balanced Lawrence's smoldering makeup look with a tousled ponytail. "The look was clean and easy," said Oribe. "She's only 22, but her presence is really strong so I wanted to keep her young and fun. I cut soft bangs around her face, and did a simple ponytail with some height that took just 15 minutes to create."
WHEN: 2013 Film Critics Association Awards
WHY WE LOVE IT: It's sexy but sophisticated. We love the wispy strands that frame Lawrence's face and the way she paired the milkmaid braids with an edgy, smudged black liner.
Lawrence went with a smoky eye and an intricate updo for the Golden Globes. "I decided to play off the vibrancy of her poppy red dress with both warm and neutral hues," said her makeup artist Jillian Dempsey. Her hairstylist Mark Townsend was also inspired by Lawrence's fashion pick. "When I saw Jennifer's Dior Couture gown, I immediately knew I wanted to pull her hair up to accentuate the silhouette of the dress," he said. "I took three to four-inch pieces around the hairline and loosely braided them before pulling all her hair into a low chignon."
The actress switched things up with a long bob with choppy, face-framing layers.
At Comic-Con, the 'Hunger Games: Catching Fire' actress swept back her locks and let her bangs accent her face. To complete the look, she dusted her eyes with smoky bronze shadow.
After taking the pixie plunge, the Catching Fire star showed off her sleek new 'do while attending the film's London premiere.
For the SAG Awards, the American Hustle nominee offset her edgy hairstyle with glowy skin and a soft pink lip.
Lawrence debuts a short wavy 'do.
The Oscar winner rocks a vibrant red lip.
At Comic-Con International in San Diego, Lawrence matched the California vibe by sporting a longer 'do with beachy waves.
The actress dyed her wavy bob an icy blonde, pairing the platinum hue with a bright red lip.
Lawrence was back to a darker blonde in 2017, pulling back her hair into a sleek updo and adding wow factor with a major smoky eye at a Dior event in Paris.