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Hair Evolution: Many Hairstyles Of Emma Watson - Pretty Changeable!

 

Her role as Hermione in the Harry Potter films made her world famous as a teenager, and actress Emma Watson has been an integral part of the international film industry ever since. During her rare red carpet appearances, the 31-year-old likes to try out new hairstyles, and she also showed up with a different hairstyle at the "British Academy Film Awards". The most beautiful looks of her career.

Hair evolution: Many hairstyles of Emma Watson - Pretty changeable!
 
Emma Watson showed off her long mane at the British Academy Film Awards.

Long time no see Emma Watson! After we last spotted the actress on the red carpet in October 2021, she has now appeared at three events in just one weekend. Her stylish hair clip hairstyle at the “British Academy Film Awards” caught our eye in particular:

Hair evolution: Many hairstyles of Emma Watson - Pretty changeable!
 
Emma Watson looked different on the red carpet at the British Academy Film Awards...

Anyway, Emma Watson looked completely different during the performance. She wore her hair longer than usual, parting in the middle and subtly lightening the lengths. The Brit also seemed to have tried something new when it came to make-up: stronger eyebrows, more blush, and contour – a whole different look!

Emma Watson's hairstyle evolution - pixie, petit bob, and micro bangs

We remember: Last year, the "Harry Potter" actress hit the "Earth shot Prize" in London with a cute petit bob, which she casually styled into a deep side parting. She wore her lengths twisted into slight waves, and with her makeup, she opted for naturalness – apart from a few glitter particles around the eyes.

Emma Watson's hairstyle evolution - pixie, petit bob, and micro bangs | Hair evolution: Many hairstyles of Emma Watson - Pretty changeable!
 
Emma's hair look for the 2021 Earth shot Prize: voluminous and playful.

In the years before, Emma Watson also liked to try out different hair lengths and styles. In 2018, for example, she opted for baby bangs – i.e. an ultra-short and frayed fringe and at the same time wore her shoulder-length mane a few shades darker than usual.

Emma Watson's hairstyle evolution - pixie, petit bob, and micro bangs | Hair evolution: Many hairstyles of Emma Watson - Pretty changeable!
 
In 2018, Emma Watson tried out a micro pony.

In any case, Emma Watson has experimented with different shades of brown and blonde in the course of her career but always stayed on the completely natural side. Best example? Her honey-blonde highlights, which she used to subtly brighten her growing-out short haircut in 2012.

Emma Watson's hairstyle evolution - pixie, petit bob, and micro bangs | Hair evolution: Many hairstyles of Emma Watson - Pretty changeable!
 
In 2012, Emma just grew out her pixie cut and wore her hair a lot lighter than usual.

Speaking of the short haircut, Emma got it right after completing Harry Potter filming, after having to wear her hair for years to play Hermione. She told Entertainment Weekly in 2010 that cutting off her hair felt incredible. "I've wanted to do this since I was 16," the actress continued. The result was a razor-short pixie cut, which she sometimes wore fringed and sometimes sleek – and which emphasized her facial features even more.

Emma Watson's hairstyle evolution - pixie, petit bob, and micro bangs | Hair evolution: Many hairstyles of Emma Watson - Pretty changeable!
 
After the "Harry Potter" films, Emma Watson dared to make a radical cut.

In her more than 20-year career, Emma Watson has tried one or the other hairstyle - and thus proved that there is probably no hairstyle that doesn't suit her.

 
 
 
 
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