Julianne Moore's Changing Looks
When the high-school student got contact lenses, she became the class heartbreaker. "I learned at a young age that physicality isn't important-it can be manipulated," she has told InStyle.
The TV movie star gave her super short cut a feminine twist with bold red lipstick.
The Nine Months added side-swept bangs to her auburn locks and accented her baby blues with smoky liner.
She sported a sleek bob and starred in The Big Lebowski.
The classic beauty tried out romantic ringlets-and took on a comedy role in The Ladies Man with Tim Meadows.
Back to a shiny, straight mane, Moore attended the GLAAD Media Awards.
The natural redhead went blond for her role in Blindness. "It was fun for two days; then I started to hate it," she told People. "I spent all my life wishing for different color hair, but now I felt too weird to enjoy it. The minute the movie wrapped, I changed it back."
Returning to red, she framed her face with a layered cut.
The A Single Man and Chloe actress maintains her fair skin with a simple routine: "I wear sunscreen every day, and I won't walk in the sun."
Moore sported a deep coppery hue at an N.Y.C. benefit.
Who says redheads can't wear red? For the Critics' Choice Movie Awards, she complemented her locks with a crimson dress and matching lipstick.
Smoky shadow and nude lipstick for the Critics' Choice Awards.
A sultry retro look: liquid liner and deep magenta lipstick.
For the N.Y.C. Game Change premiere, Moore chose a high-octane shade of lipstick. "Julianne actually taught me to use more blue-toned hues for redheads, because it gives a striking contrast against her complexion, and the warmth of her hair," said makeup artist Pati Dubroff, who works with the star.
The actress dons darker locks, while still preserving her natural red hue.
Moore brings out the Old Hollywood glamour with soft waves and sultry eye makeup.
Stepping out at the New York premiere for The Hunger Games: Mockingjay- Part 2, Moore looked as radiant as ever in a textured green dress and with her signature red locks styled into a sleek, straight 'do.