Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's Changing Looks
As young model, Huntington-Whiteley attended a MAC Viva Glam event with her light brown hair pulled up into a loose bun.
The face of Burberry hit the opening of the British brand's Beverly Hills store with her hair colored a deep auburn.
Defined lashes and rose lipstick were a polished counterpoint to her beachy locks at a London benefit.
The Victoria's Secret model attended a brand event with a Bardot-inspired teased half-updo.
She sported glossy waves at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards in London.
For the Moscow premiere of Transformers: Dark of the Moon, her look was inspired by her Gucci gown. "Honestly I thought it was so breathtakingly sexy and glamorous, that all I wanted was a little stain on her lips and very minimal makeup," makeup artist Monika Blunder said. Her bronzed glow was complemented by sleek straight hair. "I wanted to keep it very simple and clean and very, very modern," remarked hairstylist Adir Abergel. "We did a strong, clean middle part."
"I really want it to be a beautiful Grace Kelly moment," Abergel said of the actress's London premiere updo. "Braids in the back and a soft finish in front." Blunder added a "timeless, classic and glowing" makeup look. "I wanted her eyes to look smoky but in a very subtle way. Instead of using black, I chose purple shadow and put a little Vaseline on top to give the eye a little sheen."
In N.Y.C., hairstylist Yiotis Panayiotou went for pure Old Hollywood glam. "It was almost Jessica Rabbit inspired," he said. "Classic and very sexy."
Huntington-Whiteley revealed her incredible face at the Met Gala with a sleek topknot.
The model's sleek blowout was on point at the U.K. premiere of Hummingbird.
At the L.A. premiere of The Expendables 3, Huntington-Whiteley's long blonde hair was styled in soft waves.
The model chopped her long locks into a sexy lob, styling it into beachy waves with a deep side part at a Burberry event.
Huntington-Whiteley's darker, dirty blonde hair was styled in a sleek center-parted 'do at the LACMA Art + Film Gala.