Natalie Portman's Changing Looks
See the Oscar winner's transformation from talented teen to multitasking mom.
The 13-year-old star of The Professional already exhibited the big brown eyes, full lips and perfect bone structure of a great beauty.
The natural beauty graduated from Syosset High School-and starred in The Phantom Menace.
She played a ponytailed pregnant teen in Where the Heart Is, while offscreen she let down her natural waves for a fashion event.
The Attack of the Clones star incited Audrey Hepburn comparisons in a bouffant updo and sheer red lipstick.
The actress mimicked her Closer character with a short bob.
The Garden State and Closer actress experimented with different lengths. "We used Hairlocs, little cylinders that attach hair and don't require glue so hair moves naturally," hairstylist Karina Castaneda has said.
"She shaved it herself right there on the set of V for Vendetta," Danilo has said of her buzz cut. "She's a classic beauty. Not many women can pull off the bald look."
Portman grew out her V for Vendetta look. Hairstylist Mark Townsend has called the pixie "reminiscent of Audrey Hepburn and Jean Seberg." He left her hair longer on top for "more versatility."
She went crimson for a Cannes premiere. "It took years in Hollywood before she tried red lips on the red carpet," her makeup artist Jeanine Lobell has said.
At the Oscars, the Brothers beauty wore a classic twist, pale lipstick and major peepers. "I love playing up her eyes with different shadows and big lashes," Lobell has said.
"I wanted to bring out the natural, organic beauty of her hair, said Nexxus hairstylist Kevin Mancuso, who created the look. "I went for touchable texture and a feminine silhouette."
The Black Swan star rocked a big, sexy blowout.
The mother-to-be picked up her first Oscar in loose, romantic waves.
For the Golden Globes, Portman contrasted a petal-soft palette with major lashes.
For the New York City Spring Ballet Gala, makeup artist Beau Nelson gave Portman a subtle glow: "I swept an iridescent rose gold powder by Dior on the tops of her cheekbones, the brow bone, the bridge of the nose, and the cupid's bow of the lip."
Wow! Colorist Tracey Cunningham turned Portman into a blonde. "She needed to go blond for an upcoming movie role," Cunningham told InStyle.com exclusively. "I used Redken's Blonde Dimensions which gave her hair a beautiful, multi-dimensional, golden honey blond color. She makes a gorgeous blonde!"
For Vanity Fair's Oscar party, Portman let her beautiful face take center stage with a sleek updo, dark eye makeup and a soft pink lip.
Portman keeps it sleek with this side parted updo.
Portman let her hair down in long, loose curls and wore a natural makeup look to attend the Children's Hospital Los Angeles Gala Noche de Ninos.
At the Sicario premiere at the Cannes Film Festival, the actress rocked one of her go-to red carpet hairdos: a chic side-parted updo.
For a conversation at AOL Build, Portman wore her highlighted lob in beachy waves.
The actress pulled her hair back into a sleek and straight half-up hairstyle at the Golden Globes. She paired the style with metallic liner and a pink lip.
The 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards, Portman opted for her signature undone updo and a classic smoky eye.