From that pixie crop to those red carpet up dos, we chart Emma Watson's standout hair styles.
From that pixie crop to those red carpet up dos, Emma Watson is one A-lister who loves to experiment when it comes to her hair.
Her beauty look has transformed dramatically throughout her career (lets not forget that she was only 10 years-old when she first hit our screens as Hermione Granger) and weve literally watched her grow to become one of the UKs most loved actresses and one of the worlds most stylish stars.
Emma has chopped and changed her hairstyle regularly over the years and she certainly isnt a star who is afraid of a complete makeover. When she first got her famous pixie cut back in 2010 (in a liberating rebel cut, Emma chopped off The Hermione as soon as she had wrapped the Harry Potter franchise) she set one of the biggest hair trends of the year, and led the way in showing everyone how versatile short hair can be.
Emmas red carpet up-dos, too, have always been exciting, and from glam hair accessories to clever twists and plaits, she always brings a little something different to the beauty conversation. She also works a side swept style like no other, and regularly moves her parting around to make the same hair cut look constantly different.
Emmas always been a brunette naturally, but she has experimented with soft honey highlights when she was younger and more recently has been spotted working an ombre bob.
The one (and perhaps only) style Emmas never tried is extra long locks we wonder whether shes waiting until everyone else is so over them before she pounces and brings them back on trend all over again?
First up in our hair style file, Emma worked this neat knot on the red carpet at the premiere of Colonia in February 2016.
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At the Regression film photocall in August 2015, Emma tied her ombre waves into a loose up-do, showing off her ear cuff stacks.
In another great up-do, Emma coiffed her locks into this volume-packed style as she attended the Time 100 Gala in April 2015.
A simple pony tail with a side swept fringe sees Emma through the World Economic Forum in January 2015.
At the British Fashion Awards in December 2014, Emma pulled all her hair to one side in a soft, casual look.
Emma’s curled under her hair to create a faux bob at the This Is The End film premiere in June 2013.
Attending the Valentino Couture show in Paris in July 2014, Emma whips her hair into this low bun style with a messy rock edge.
At the Dior couture show in July 2014, Emma goes for a soft and simple blow dry with a straight centre parting.
For an event held by Prince William at Windsor Castle in May 2014, Emma twists her plaits into a super fancy up-do.
Emma’s entire look at the April 2014 Tribeca Film Festival is pretty girly – not least her lightly tousled locks.
At the premiere of her movie Noah in March 2014, Emma went for a twisted Grecian up-do that, once again, showed off her diamond ear cuff.
At a press conference in Beverly Hills in March 2014, Emma worked an easy pony tail, with a few strategically pulled flyaways.
A favourite style of Emma’s is this side-pulled down ‘do, as demonstrated again at the Madrid premiere of Noah in March 2014.
Emma slicks back her hair completely at another Noah premiere in March 2014. Throughout the whole press tour she worked a different look every day.
How does anyone make ponytails look so achingly cool?! Emma does it again at the March 2014 Noah press conference.
Another year, another great British Fashion Awards look. In December 2014, Emma curls up one of her signature side styles for another new look.
It’s an elegant low bun for Emma at the Golden Globes in January 2014.
For the premiere of The Bling Ring in June 2013, Emma French plaits her hair, then pins it up even more.
One of Emma’s slickest styles ever was this short up do, worn at the September 2012 premiere of The Perks Of Being A Wallflower.
At the last ever Harry Potter film premiere in July 2011, Emma wore what is now one of her most iconic hair looks ever – feathering her stunning crop into this soft style.
Another future classic, Emma gel-slicked her crop for another of the last film’s premieres in the same month.
Emma showed us just how versatile short hair can be in November 2010, when she accessorised her new crop on the red carpet.
Out in New York in November 2010, Emma showed off that ‘liberating’ pixie crop for the first time.
Emma’s Hermione hair got one of its last outings in May 2010, all ruffled up at the MET Gala.
In one of her first fashion show appearances, Emma hit the Burberry front row in September 2009, sporting this loose up do.
Post-braces, Emma’s starting to experiment with her hair more at the Half Blood Prince premiere in 2009.
Here’s adorable Emma at her third Harry Potter film premiere in New York, 2004.
Oh wow. Emma is too cute! Throwing it right back to the beginning of her career, here’s Emma at a film premiere in 2002. And is it just us or is that top so on trend again right now?! We knew she had it from the start…