Jodie Foster's Changing Looks
A freckle-faced 11-year-old Foster played Becky Thatcher in Tom Sawyer.
The soap-and-water beauty starred in Foxes.
The Yale junior sported a wash-and-go 'do and starred opposite Rob Lowe in The Hotel New Hampshire.
In true '80s style, Foster took her turn at the crimping iron.
Foster wore a chic bob to pick up Oscar for The Accused.
"Now I really enjoy putting care into my clothes, my makeup, my appearance," the polished-looking Maverick star said, "When I was younger, I would have rather died than think about it."
For the Golden Globes, Foster tried a voluminous Old Hollywood style.
The actress chose a mauve gloss for the Anna and the King premiere.
She honored friend Giorgio Armani in sexy tousled waves.
For the L.A. premiere of Flightplan, Foster debuted a flicky new cut.
She attended the Oscars in shimmery liner that brought out the bright blue in her eyes.
Foster looked clean and casual in a wavy, layered cut at the premiere of Nim's Island.
She accentuated her full lips with a rosy hue.
A neutral lip color and minimal shadow brought the focus onto Foster's bright blue eyes at the Golden Globes.
For the Golden Globes, Foster highlighted her pale blue eyes with navy liner and wispy lashes.
The star debuts longer locks, opting for the hair trend of the moment - the lob.
With chic, shoulder-length hair styled simply, Foster appeard at ease and smiled sweetly while attending the 67th Annual Directors Guild Of America Awards.