Rachel Weisz's Changing Looks
As a teenager, Weisz loved "bright, bright red lipstick and a lot of smudgy black eyeliner." As a budding TV star, she went for a cleaner look.
"Everyone gets weird about their looks," the modest star of Beautiful Creatures has said. "My nose is the most trouble, but I live with it."
"It's terribly British," the About a Boy beauty claimed of her go-to skin-care emporium, Penhaligon's in London. "It is all kind of 'by appointment to Her Majesty.'"
"I have to pluck my eyebrows-otherwise they're really, really Planet of the Apes," the Runaway Jury star has said. "I do it myself in my bathroom with a big mirror."
"I'm into makeup that looks like you aren't wearing it," the understated lead of The Constant Gardener has said. "In the daytime, I don't really wear any."
"I'm growing my hair out," the star of My Blueberry Nights and Brothers Bloom said. "I've come to like it really long and unruly."
Blowout and all, The Lovely Bones actress prefers some rough edges: "A little frizz is in fashion. It's not cool when it looks like someone has spent hours doing your hair."
Weisz looked dewy in rose tones for a London awards show.
An updo and bright lips for the N.Y.C. premiere of The Bourne Legacy.
For the Golden Globes, Weisz's makeup artist Melanie Inglessis balanced her matte berry lip with a contoured neutral eye. "Always keep the darker color on the outer corners of the eyes," advised Inglessis, who used a combo of YSL Ombre Solo in #2, with the duo palette in Heavenly Beige and Astro Brown. "Then, a lighter color is used to create a highlight under the brow bone, and the inner corner of the eye." Giorgio Armani's Lip Maestro in #201 completed the look.
The actress rocks a voluminous blowout, complete with a center part.
Weisz rocked a sleek, voluminous 'do and subtle gold shadow at the Toronto International Film Festival premiere of Denial.