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#WCW: Angelina Jolie
She's our glamour (andlife) inspiration...click through for her very best looks!
Portrait session, 1991.
Wearing minimal makeup, 16 year old Angelina serves up a sunny smile in a very cute bowler hat. We can see her famous lips have always been very, very evident.
At the 1998 Golden Globes.
Peach lipgloss. Steel-blue eyeshadow. Slicked back pixie cut. The 90s happened to us all, but few of us looked as reliably good as Angie did. This was also the year she took home her first Globe for her role inGeorge Wallace.
At the Oscars, 2000.
This Morticia Addams-inspired look wasn't all that well received at an event as glam as the Academy Awards, but in retrospect we salute Angelina for taking such a bold beauty risk on the red carpet. The long black hair and smoky cat eye are perfection.
At the Golden Globes, 2002.
Speaking of bold looks. Angelina is famous for her thin, arched brows, and we're not quite sure what was happening with these extreme drawn-on eyebrows here...but we respect her for making a very bold beauty choice and pairing it with her signature nude, slightly glossy lip color.
In Kigoma, Tanzania, 2002.
We'll be honest: though her hair is excellent, what we're really saluting in this picture is what Jolie is doing. Take it away, image caption:"United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Goodwill AmbassadorAngelina Joliehelps to build a hut for newly arrived unaccompanied minors on March 31, 2003, in Lugufu Camp, Tanzania, which hosts some 85,000 Congolese refugees." Dedicating herself to making life better for everyone: now THAT'S beautiful.
At the premiere ofTomb Raider: The Cradle Of Life, 2003.
Long, wavy hair cascading down her back. Lightly pink-toned eyeshadow to draw attention to sharp black eyeliner. Elegantly arched brows. Nude lips. This look is TEXTBOOK Angelina, and we cannot get enough of it.
At a press conference in Moscow, 2003.
Once again, what Jolie is serving with her beauty is less important than what she's doing. Again, we take you to the informative caption:"Actress and United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) goodwill Ambassador Angelina Jolie during a press conference August 24, 2003 in Moscow, Russia. Jolie visited several refugee camps in Ingushetia and Osetia in southern Russia."
At the Oscars, 2004.
We love Angie's subtle highlights, but therealstunner with this look is the double-flicked cat eye. We love the way it adds drama to, without overpowering, this very strong beauty look.
At the premiere of Shark Tale, 2004.
THOSE CAT EYES, THO.
At the premiere ofPeace One Day, 2005.
Up until now, Angelina has strongly favored a glossy nude lip. However, in 2005 (which, coincidentally, is around the time she got together with Brad Pitt) she began branching out into brighter colors. And it's as majestic as you'd ever imagined.
At the premiere ofThe Good Shepherd, 2006.
At one of her first red carpets with partner Brad Pitt, Angelina wore her hair twisted up in this stunning updo. We love how its undone without being messy, and the addition of a metallic hair accessory makes it totally appropriate for the occasion. We also love how this piled-up style shows off her beautiful back tattoos.
At the Cannes Film Festival premiere of Changeling, 2008.
Pregnant with twins (Knox and Vivienne), we love Angelina's big hair and slightly lighter, thicker eyebrows.
At the Oscars, 2009.
This is a perfect example of makeup being strong but not overpowering: anything more than the black liner, varicoloured brown eyeshadow and nude lips would have taken away from the GORGEOUS earrings Angelina is wearing here. Style note: always match your jewelery to your eyes. Noted.
At the Golden Globes, 2011.
This green dress was a stunner, but we also love the slightly golden-toned brown hair and more matte nude lipstick. Just goes to show that making even small changes to a signature look can have a big effect.
At the Golden Globes, 2012.
One of our favorite Angelina looks of all time. Note how she's matched her lipstick to the red slash on her gown PERFECTLY. This is a woman who really knows how to turn it on for the red carpet; she is meticulous in every aspect of her appearance, and we respect that.
At the Oscars, 2012.
This was the year of The Leg that launched a thousand ships. Beautywise, we ADORE this subtle tortoiseshell haircolour on Angelina, paired with a very dark smoky eye and bright red lips. So bold and stylish.
In Jordan, 2012.
Per our image caption:"UNHCR Special Envoy Angelina Jolie meets with refugees at the Zaatari refugee camp on December 6, 2012 outside of Mafraq, Jordan. Jolie said on her second visit to the region in three months civilians inside the country are being targeted. Many of those trying to flee are exposed to extreme danger right up to the border itself. Since her last visit to the region in September, the number of refugees in the region has increased by more than 200,000 and in Jordan alone by nearly 50,000."
Winning the award for Favorite Villain at the Nickelodeon Kid's Choice Awards, 2015.
Being smothered with hugs by Zahara and Shiloh/John Jolie-Pitt, Angelina won the coveted orange blimp for her portrayal of Maleficent. In her speech, she said "When I was little, like Maleficent, I was told that I was different and I felt out of place, and too loud, too full of fire, never good at sitting still, never good at fitting in. And then one day I realized something, something I hope you all realize.Different is good." Best message ever.
At the Kid's Choice Awards, 2015.
After all, nothing's more beautiful than happiness. We love you, Angelina.
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