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Style Icon: Rashida Jones

Whether you know her as Ann Perkins from Parks and Rec, Jim’s girlfriend Karen from The Office, or Angei Tribeca from the eponymous TV show, you must certainly be aware of Rashida Jones’s standout talents. Aside from being an accomplished actress, a comic book writer and a singer, Jones also captivates the movie fans with her dazzling beauty.

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At the 59th Primetime Emmy Awards in 2007, Rashida Jones turned heads with her pinned-up hairdo. With the added loose waves on the side, and the berry-toned matte lipstick she looked absolutely stunning.

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At the premiere of I Love You, Man in 2009, Jones let her lush wavy hair naturally hang down on her shoulders. Her stylist Chris McMillan said that trick to the luxurious volume was in the careful layering of the hair from the jaw down.

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In 2011 Miss Jones was featured in Malibu Magazine, and boy did she look mesmerizing! Photographed by Mike Piscitelli, her frizzy, curly bob and her golden streaks had a delightful and lively sparkle.

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To the 19th Annual ELLE Women In Hollywood Celebration in 2012, Jones arrived wearing a spectacular fishtail braid. Her wispy pin-straight bangs and the winged eyeliner makeup made for a ravishing appearance.

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In 2014, Rashida Jones arrived at the premiere of Big Hero 6 with a braided messy topknot that was masterfully created by hairstylist Kylee Heath. Using Bumble and Bumble Tonic Lotion and R+Co hairspray, the vivid shimmer of the actress’s hair completely stole the show.

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Contrasting her topknot from 2014, Miss Jones attended the 87th Academy Awards Vanity Fair Party in 2015 with a more classical bun. Hairstylist Kylee Heath said that she first created a deep side part, then pulled it into a horizontal bun and ran a braid through it in order to give it more texture. Nothing less than a new classic!

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