Keira Knightley's Changing Looks
Keira Knightley's Changing Looks
Knightley kicked off her career with Bend it Like Beckham and a smooth, honey-colored bob.
The young up-and-comer sported an easy updo at the premiere of Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl.
You can bet that the medieval-inspired look she wore to the premiere of King Arthur reflected her personal taste. "If she thinks something is ridiculous, she has no problem telling you," makeup artist Kate Lee has said.
Knightley gladly went short and punky to play Domino Harvey, a model turned bounty hunter. "She's a bit of a rock and roll girl," makeup artist Christelle Cocquet has said.
The magic of extensions turned her back into a lady just in time for the premiere of Pride and Prejudice. "She likes to play dress-up," hairstylist Ben Skervin has said.
She was bronzed and bobbed for the London opening of The Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest.
Knightley made a sparkling statement at the London premiere of Atonement. "I don't think a lot of girls can get away with a tiara, but Keira can," said stylist Robert Verdi.
Hairstylist Adir Abergel called Knightley's bangs "edgy, Julie-Christie-in-Doctor Zhivago" fringe.
With her hair loose and long, the 25-year-old celebrated her onstage role in The Little Dog Laughed.
The Never Let Me Go star sat front row at the Chanel show with a brand-new look: "I had my hair bobbed about a month ago, then I had it freshly trimmed again this morning," the star told instyle.co.uk "I did it for myself."
Knightley framed her face with an angled cut.
For the London premiere of A Dangerous Method, Knightley accented her eyes with thick, full lashes.
"We decided that the look should be bright and clean with a few gentle hues of color," Chanel makeup artist Kate Lee said of Knightley's premiere look. Lee opted to use light, shimmery shadows on the star's lids to keep in tune with her fresh-faced appearance. After curling her lashes, Lee applied waterproof mascara just at the base. "This helps to hold the curl," she said. "Then I used a selection of strip and individual lashes to create a soft, natural effect."
For the Toronto Film Festival premiere of Anna Karenina, makeup artist Gita Bass carefully balanced Knightley's defined lashes with a natural-looking flushed cheek. "I lined the eyes by dotting the liner between the lashes, and smudged it with a soft brush," said Bass. She then worked a shimmery cream shadow onto the star's lids using her fingers. "This warms up the product and makes it blend seamlessly," she added.
Knightley had a natural-looking flush at the New York City premiere of Anna Karenina. "We wanted the look to be classic and beautiful," said her makeup artist Kate Lee. To balance out Knightley's red lip and lush lashes, Lee used a dusty rose lipstick by Chanel as a cream blush.
Knightley heads back to her roots with shoulder length hair and black eyeliner.
The actress goes glam with a bold matte lipstick and loose updo.
Knightley paired her bohemian chiffon Valentino Couture gown with loose curls and a pink pout at the 2015 Oscars.
The actress showed off natural wavy texture and minimal makeup at her post-baby red carpet debut during London Fashion Week.