Not afraid to make a bold statement, Robbie has transformed herself from the blonde bombshell we saw in Martin Scorsese’s Wolf of Wall Street into the brooding brunette you see here. In the process of going darker, she has overhauled her make-up from the barely there palette that previously defined her to darker, more intense shades. We love a risk taker.
Woodley, if you’re not already familiar with her, is the star of Divergent, the new dystopian blockbuster. The long glossy locks that we saw in the movie have been chopped into a cute pixie crop and we love her bohemian style and nonchalant attitude to her make-up.
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Everyone knows of Lupita now thanks to her spectacular turn in Steve McQueen’s 12 Years a Slave, for which the actress won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress. Her flawlessly radiant skin, close-cropped hair, and penchant for color (as evidenced in her beautifully bold lip at the Oscars) have made her a firm favorite of ours.
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New on the scene, Vikander made an appearance in Anna Kerenina but we promise that you’ll be seeing a lot more of her in the coming year. She’s set to star alongside Julianne Moore, Jeff Bridges, and Kit Harington in Seventh Son and Henry Cavill in this years’ Man From U.N.C.L.E. We’re envious of her impossibly glossy hair.
Seydoux’s signature blonde looks have previously appeared in movies including Inglorious Basterds and Blue is the Warmest Color, but most recently Seydoux has starred in The Grand Budapest Hotel, Beauty and the Beast, and the most fashionable movie of the year, Saint Laurent. Her classic beauty is bound to secure her as one of Hollywood’s future leading actresses.
Gal Galdot has landed herself one of the most coveted roles in Hollywood as Wonder Woman in the next Batman vs. Superman movie alongside Henry Cavill and Ben Affleck. It’s easy to see how Galdot landed the role of the Amazonian warrior considering she featured in the 2004 Miss Universe beauty pageant.
Brit Sophie Turner is best known for her role as Sansa Stark in TV’s Game of Thrones, but she’s also set to hit the big screen with films Barely Lethal and Alone in production. Her long red hair has become her defining feature.
There’s more to Elizabeth Olsen than her (more) famous siblings. Elizabeth has stepped away from the naturally blonde locks that she shares with Mary-Kate and Ashley, and instead opted for a neutral brunette, but the family resemblance is still there. You can see her currently in Godzilla and next year she’ll make an appearance in Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Whether she’s in character as Daenerys Targaryen in Game of Thrones or as herself on the red carpet, everything about Emilia Clarke is covetable. Her ash white hair and elaborate braids have made her look a fancy dress favorite but we’re also equally jealous of her glossy brunette waves.
Imogen’s shaggy blonde hair and messily lined eyes are the best kind of beauty inspiration. That Awkward Moment, in which she starred with Zac Efron, might have been a box office flop but her choppy fringe was a massive success. She’ll next star alongside Jennifer Aniston and Owen Wilson in Squirrels to the Nuts. We expect great things.