Then and Now: How Our Favourite Celebrities' Beauty Looks Have Evolved
Celebrities are beautiful—in fact, if we didn't know better, we would surely think they were otherworldly creatures sent here to entertain us with their numerous talents. But while most of them undoubtedly have great genes, it's good to see that even the world's most beautiful women have used some beauty tricks over the years to refine their looks, thus nailing a failsafe beauty aesthetic that works for them. Keep scrolling for the tweaks these 11 household names have made to their beauty routines.
Gisele has great skin which is super glowing so she doesn't have to wear much makeup, we know this because she showed us all how she applies her own makeup in a recent Chanel video. She has made a subtle tweak to her face since the first picture was taken in 2003, however, by letting her brows grow out at the ends and creating a more groomed, arched shape in the centre.
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How cute did Emma Watson look as a kid?! This picture was taken back in 2000. We love Emma's deeper chocolate-hued hair in the more recent picture. Use Charles Worthington Colour Revive Mousse (£10) in Dark Brown to keep your colour rich and shiny.
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Gone are the honey-coloured tumbling curls, and in their place is a grown-up sleek bob and a neutral blonde colour that really suits her. If you don't want a drastic haircut, take your lead from Taylor and think about tweaking the shade of your hair slightly. Just a small colour change can completely transform your look.
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Victoria the pop star could totally experiment with false structural lashes, but Victoria the fashion designer keeps her beauty look more classic. But don't think she doesn't embrace some edge—she is rocking that bold straight brow with complete confidence. Also, note how glowing her complexion looks these days! Re-create that glow with Sarah Chapman Rapid Radiance Cleanse (£29), then after massaging in your serum or moisturiser and before your foundation, apply a layer of Charlotte Tilbury Wonder Glow Instant Soft-Focus Beauty Flash (£39).
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Kate Moss has incredible bone structure and simply plays that up with contouring. Get the (London) look with Rimmel's Sculpting Palette by Kate (£5). While her cut-glass cheekbones haven't changed, can you believe the world's most recognised supermodel used to be brunette?! She has been blonde for so long now. Keep your blonde hair in good condition with Kérastase Elixir Ultime Cataplasme Masque (£25).
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Asides from her whiter, straighter smile, the only other big difference for Cheryl is that she's let her brows grow through and wears them brushed up these days. Get yours into the best condition with Blink Brow Bar's Brow Conditioning Duo (£26).
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The biggest change for Gwen is that she has toned down the fake tan and embraced her natural complexion. While she still rocks a bold lip these days (it is her signature, after all), she can also work a nude lip and standout eye look too (those false lashes are incredible). Try the Urban Decay Gwen Stefani Lipstick (£16) in Ex Girlfriend, a creamy warm nude shade.
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On the flipside, Jennifer Lopez has warmed up her complexion which suits her beautifully. The blonde highlights in her hair soften the look too.
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Jessica Alba has made like most and is wearing her brows thicker these days. But the biggest difference has to be in her complexion. While she's always had amazing skin, she's found the best way to conceal any redness for a flawless finish. If you need to tackle redness try Clinique Redness Solutions Makeup (£25).
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Blake has barely changed since that first photo was taken in 2007. The only real difference is that the actress now opts for a matte foundation with slightly more coverage to combat any unwanted shine. We love L'Oréal Paris True Match Foundation (£10).
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These days Mischa has ditched the honey bronde hair for dark roots and blonde ends, which give her L.A. vibe an edge. Keep blonde ends looking vibrant by using a blue-toned conditioner like Aveda Blue Malva Color Conditioner (£21).
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How has your look changed most since you were young? Let us know in the comment box below.