On the occasion of Angelina Jolie’s 47th birthday, we take a trip down memory lane to admire some of her most unforgettable beauty moments. Over the span of her three-decade long career in the film industry, Jolie has experimented with various make-up and hairstyles, rendering her a true chameleon. While her current style is best described as timeless and feminine, with classic beauty looks that enhance her natural features, Jolie has dabbled with everything from androgynous to ultra-glamorous looks. On her special day, we revisit some of her most transformative beauty moments, including her iconic red lips.
In 2017, Steve Granitz captured a photo of Angelina Jolie.
The red lip is a simple yet transformative look that Angelina Jolie often sports, which accentuates the fullness of her lips. To achieve this iconic look, one can pair a bold red lipstick with subtle eyeshadow, well-groomed eyebrows, and sculpted cheekbones that create a fresh and chic appearance for different red carpet events. One of Jolie’s most notable appearances with this look was in her portrayal of Maleficent in the 2018 live-action film adaptation. In contrast to the pale and cold appearance of the original Disney animation, Jolie’s red lip added an element of glamour and warmth to the complicated character. Another way to enhance the lips is to incorporate lip jewellery, which can add a unique touch to any outfit and make a bold statement.
Angelina Jolie made a unique fashion statement at the premiere of ‘Eternals’ last year, emphasizing her lips in an unconventional way. Instead of opting for bold lipstick or gloss, Jolie accessorized her taupe strapless column dress with gold lip jewelry that hooked onto her lip and extended down to her chin. This avant-garde look added an ethereal and futuristic touch to her outfit, while also paying homage to her role as a literal goddess in the film. The result was a stunning blend of ancient and modern styles that drew attention to Jolie’s face in a one-of-a-kind manner.
The photo shows Angelina Jolie portraying the character of Lisa Rowe in the movie ‘Girl, Interrupted’. The picture was taken by Suzanne Tenner in 1999 for Columbia Pictures, Inc.
In the movie “Girl, Interrupted”, Angelina Jolie not only won an Oscar for her role as Lisa Rowe, but also rocked a bold and iconic look with a super short fringe that perfectly complemented her character’s rebellious attitude. This daring style is not for everyone, but Jolie wore it with such confidence that it made us all want to grab a pair of scissors and chop our hair off. Before “Girl, Interrupted”, Jolie sported another trendy crop as Kate Libby in the 1995 film “Hackers”. Her androgynous pixie cut was a perfect fit for the young actress, who was only 20 years old at the time of filming, and reflected the emerging cool culture of technology. If you’re looking for hair inspiration from the ’90s, Princess Diana’s iconic blonde hairstyle is also worth recreating.
Check out Angelina Jolie’s portrayal of Lenny Carrigan in the movie ‘Life Or Something Like It’ in the photo above, captured by Bill Davila for FilmMagic.
The iconic Angelina Jolie is often known for her striking brunette locks that complement her fair complexion. However, she has experimented with blonde hair in the past, which completely changes her appearance. In her role as Lanie Carrigan in Life, Or Something Like It, she donned a short, bright blonde and curly hairstyle that gave her a more adorable yet glamorous look reminiscent of Marilyn Monroe’s signature style. Recently, in Eternals, she revisited golden locks, wearing it longer and with volume that worked well to frame her character’s headpiece. Her champagne-coloured armour was perfectly complemented by this cooler shade of blonde, making her radiate beauty as a femme fatale.
In 2009, a photograph of Angelina Jolie was taken by Vince Bucci.
Angelina Jolie’s natural beauty is truly captivating, with her striking almond-shaped eyes, high cheekbones, and sharp features that exude femininity. When accentuated with sultry eye make-up and a voluminous blowout, she transforms into a striking “femme fatale.” During the premiere of “Mr and Mrs Smith” in 2009, she rocked a black leather halter-neck dress along with smoky eyeshadow, contour, and a matte pink lip, which became one of her most unforgettable looks. She later revived this iconic look at the 2012 Screen Actors Guild awards, opting for warmer tones and a glossy lip that elevated her glamour even further.