Tina Fey's Changing Looks
See the funny lady's transformation through the years.
"I had a pretty rough puberty," the Upper Darby, Pennsylvania native has said. "Growing up as a girl is always traumatizing, especially when you have the deadly combination of greasy skin and getting your boobs at 10."
Already the first female Head Writer on Saturday Night Live, Fey joined Jimmy Fallon at the Weekend Update desk and went glam with a choppy shag cut.
Fey showed off her specs appeal. "I'm not that famous with the glasses, but I'm really not famous without them," Fey has said of her trademark.
Fey lightened up with caramel streaks while promoting Mean Girls.
Fey picked up an Emmy on behalf of her critical smash 30 Rock and thanked the show's "dozens and dozens of viewers."
Fey both penned and starred in Baby Mama. Which does she prefer? "Writing is so tortuous compared to getting makeup done and then putting on an outfit and standing still," Fey has said.
Fey picked up two more Emmys, starred in The Invention of Lying and awaited her fourth season of 30 Rock.
For the Academy Awards, Fey sported bouncy waves swept back into a half-updo.
For the SAG Awards, the two-time mom played up her brown eyes with subtle shading and major lashes.
For the Golden Globes, makeup artist Gita Bass took extra care that co-host Fey's flawless complexion would stay put throughout the night. "I cleansed Tina's skin with Simple Radiance Cleansing Wipes, then moisturized with Simple Replenishing Moisturizer," Bass said. "I then applied Armani's Luminous Silk Foundation and Laura Mercier's Secret Camouflage Concealer for any extra coverage."
Fey opts for a half updo at the Golden Globes.
Fey pulls back her tresses for the Golden Globes.
Fey kept her hair au naturel and went with soft, loose waves while stepping out at the Whiskey Tango Foxtrot world premiere in New York City.
Fey freshened up her look with a wavy lob and pink lip at the 69th Annual Writers Guild Awards.