Kristen Stewart’s Red Carpet Hair Styles

Blonde by origin, Kristen has now evolved as a style icon in the star world.

Here is a quick look at her hairstyle file through the years, from the time she debuted in Jodie Foster starrer Panic Room.

First Look

For her first appearance in the public domain, Kristen looked very simple and humble in her black dress covered in a blazer to match. Her hairstyle was kept very simple with a parted bob and everything about her was natural.


For the premier of her next movie the Cold Creek Manor, she had grown longer hair that was let loose but colored brunette. The centre parting was retained and everything else intact.


Down the Line

As she became a seasoned actor, she began attending film festivals and upped her style quotient one step at a time. For the Tribeca Film Festival, 2005 she layered her hair and introduced soft curls to her blonde mane. She kept the makeup minimal and stuck to her simplistic tag.

Zig Zag Zathura

Later that year, she turned to zig zag partings for her brunette colored hair, paired with lovely makeup. She sent heads turning at the event that graced – the premiere of Zathura.

Back to Blonde

For her role in the movie In the Land of Women, Kristen went for bleached blonde wavy hairstyle. The mussed-up hair became a style statement among youngsters.

Girl Turns Lady

By the end of 2007, Kristen had acted in quite a few movies and made her mark as an A-grade actress. Her appearances at events and premieres increased and she began making fashion statements at red carpet events. For an event that year, she sported a lady-like hairstyle, an elegant blonde up do and wore a specially designed dress.

Twilight Saga

Then began her tryst with the Twilight saga and she shot to fame overnight. She began sporting varying hairstyles such as long brunette hair with face framing curls and cute updos. Messy waves and tousled look became her signature hairstyle choices. She was also seen showing off her long hair in side plaits and ponytails that varied from side swept to low-tied and volumized to high raised ones. Updos ranged from chignons to buns.

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