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Back when she was more well known for her high-profile relationship with Jude Law than her acting career, Miller headed to the London premiere of her film Layer Cake with long flowing locks and smoky eyes.
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As she became recognized as a fashion force, Miller kept her hair long but experimented with color, going a little darker (and messier) during a party for Milan Fashion Week.
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Miller paired her pixie hairdo (she cropped it herself for her role as Edie Sedgwick in Factory Girl) with long dangling earrings for the Hollywood premiere of Casanova – leading a resurgence of mod ’60s-style hair.
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From sassy miss to Swiss Miss, Miller decides on a faux braid headband for the Golden Globes. “It was a challah!” Sienna said to the L.A. Times of the much maligned do. “I think people hated it, but I felt kind of ethereal and pretty.”
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A back-to-basics Sienna kept her hair natural and shoulder-length for a New York screening of her film Interview. Hairstylist Adir Abergel, told In Style of her less-is-more look: “Sienna’s hair naturally falls right down the middle. She likes a middle part because it makes her feel like she didn’t try.”