Anne Hathaway Hairstyles
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Summer is the season of sun, sand, and going blonde. But not all of us can pull of that look. Where do we turn when we a little want hair inspiration?
Why, we look to celebrity hairstyles, of course. We surf the web. We clip magazine pictures ... or tear them out of the magazines in waiting rooms when receptionists aren't looking.
Anne Hathaway Blonde Hair: Love It or Loathe It?
Anne Hathaway has gone the full Miley Cyrus.
The Oscar winner stunned fans and photographers last night at the Costume Institute Gala in New York City, debuting a very short and very blonde hairdo that was the talk of this punk-based event.
Anne Hathaway on Short Hair: Gay Brother-Esque!
She may look like a new Anne Hathaway, but she has her same old sense of humor.
At a screening of Les Miserables in New York City Friday, the actress joked about her extraordinarily short hair (which she dons in order to portray Fantine in Tom Hopper's musical drama, out on Christmas Day), telling those in attendance:
Anne Hathaway's Short Hair: 'Do or Don't?
Hair today, gone tomorrow. Apparently this awful play on words applies to Anne Hathaway, whose short hair raised eyebrows in London this weekend.
Hard at work filming the big screen adaptation of Les Miserables in London, the stunning actress showed off just how much she's gotten into character.
Anne Hathaway Haircut: Love It or Loathe It?
Photographed this week on the set of her new movie, Anne Hathaway is walking around with very short hair.
The bad news is that the style looks terrible on her. The good news? She doesn't need to hold her flowing locks back the next she does... this.
Celebrity Hair Affair: Anne Hathaway
Be it with her boyfriends, movie roles, fashion or hairstyles, Anne Hathaway certainly knows how to mix it up and keep things fresh.
The glamorous Oscar nominee (for Rachel Getting Married) recently conducted a little red-carpet shape shifting, trying out an elegant, '30s-inspired wave one evening and then going for a '60s high-society bouffant the next.