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Style Icon: Jennifer Lawrence

The cover star of Glamour’s February issue, Jennifer Lawrence’s talents know no boundaries, and it seems that every movie she appears in is an instant hit. Like her films, every hairdo Miss Lawrence appears in is a perfect fit.

Jennifer Lawrence Pixie Cut

In January 2014, the actress received the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting actress for her performance in American Hustle, and turned heads at the awards show with a brand new pixie cut. She later admitted that having to put her hair up in a bun was becoming such a nuisance that she decided to go out on a limb and clip it short. Her golden brown hair, paired with the Prune Daisy Rouge Dior Lipstick made for an absolutely unforgettable appearance.

Jennifer Lawrence Bob Haircut

This look from last March shows just how much style J. Law has. Just look at how beautifully her wavy blonde bob complements the pattern of her dress!

Jennifer Lawrence Long Hair

At last year’s San Diego Comic Con, Jennifer Lawrence showed off her beautiful blonde locks. It was quite the change from the earlier shorter cuts, and the caramel streaks with the wavy look created a perfect, lush harmony.

Jennifer Lawrence Lob Haircut

At the premiere of Joy this past December, the actress returned to the bob cut, this time wearing it just a tad longer than usual. With this in-between length, J. Law confidently proves just how versatile bobs can be.

Jennifer Lawrence Chingon Bun

This January Jennifer received her second Golden Globe Award for Best Actress (her third Golden Globe overall) for her performance in Joy. She appeared at the awards show in a beautifully stylish, platinum blonde chignon bun. With her luminous red Dior dress and her extravagant necklace she looked so scathingly dazzling, she should have received a separate award for Best Hairstyle!

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