Renee Zellweger's Changing Looks
See how the actress has transformed her hair and makeup over the years.
"I'll give you three hints: eighties, curling iron, hairspray," the Katy, Texas native has said of her high school 'do. "I defied Mother Nature and all her humidity with every ounce of tenacity and hairspray I had."
The actress debuted a punky mane. "Like a lot of girls, she started out trying to be trendy and cool," Lily et Cie owner Rita Watnick has said.
She sang for her supper as Roxie Hart in Chicago-and played up her light eyes with a dark blond updo.
She went brunette for her Cinderella Man role-and sported a '50s-inspired fringe at the Oscars.
Zellweger explained her short cut: "I've just never done it before."
The My One and Only actress gave a nod to the Gilded Age with a curly updo by stylist Paul Labrecque.
Zellweger hit the Berlin International Film Festival wearing her locks in a wavy, chin-length bob.
The stylish actress hit the Fashion Group International Night of Stars wearing her hair back in a sleek bun.
Zellweger sported sleek bangs at the Costume Institute Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.
At a benefit for the UCSF Medical Center and The Painted Turtle in San Francisco, Zellweger wore her hair swept back in a wispy updo.
Zellweger attended the 2014 Elle Women in Hollywood Awards in Beverly Hills with a sultry sideswept hairdo.
The star opts for a top knot and bangs at Paris Fashion Week.
Zellweger stepped out wearing a perfectly peachy lip and a soft-swept up-do.