Rachel Bilson's Changing Looks
"I used to make my mom iron my hair with a clothing iron!" Bilson has said of her high school look. "She would totally fight me, but I insisted. So I had this dry, brittle, disgusting straw hair plastered to my head."
"I love peachy blushes," the star of The O.C. has said. "It makes you feel pretty and girlie."
The beautiful brunette wore a simple side braid to the Teen Choice Awards.
How did the small-screen star keep her locks lustrous? Kerastase products. "I use their shampoo and conditioner and the Oleo-Relax fluid," she has said. "Your hair feels silky and totally rejuvenated."
"No matter how [my hair is] styled-up, down, whatever-I like it messy," the Last Kiss actress has said of her crowning glory. "I've learned to appreciate my natural wave."
A hat isn't just for a bad hair day. "I like to add my own thing to an outfit," the Chuck guest star has said. "Like, if I'm wearing a fancy dress, I'll put a beanie on."
Bilson debuted blunt bangs at the Japanese premiere of Jumper.
She hit a Chanel event with her locks in a deep side part.
The actress launched her Edie Rose collection at a Florida Macy's wearing a bowler.
Bilson rocked surfer girl strands in France.
Bilson warmed up her cheeks with rosy blush at the Art of Elysium gala.
Celebrity hairstylist Jamal Hammadi bumped up Bilson's half-updo into a bouffant style.
Arriving at the Los Angeles premiere of The To Do List, Bilson went for a boho-inspired feel with beachy waves and a winged cateye for some added edge.
Rocking loose curls and a subtle smoky eye at the CW Network's 2014 New York upfront presentation, the actress looked on-point—as always.
Bilson looked stunning with loose textured waves and a light pink lip at a charity dinner in L.A.
The actress pulled back her noticeably blonder locks into a loose updo in N.Y.C., letting her naturally beautiful complexion shine through.