Lifestyle Style Sarah Jessica Parker's Golden Globes Beauty Evolution, from 1993 to 2007 In honor of her first Globes appearance in 10 years, let's walk down memory lane with the 9-time nominee. Because nobody does "style chameleon" quite like the onetime Carrie Bradshaw By Jillian Ruffo Updated on January 8, 2017 07:53 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Trending Videos 01 of 09 1993 Jim Smeal/WireImage She'd recently bewitched everyone with a head of platinum blonde curls in Hocus Pocus, but Sarah Jessica Parker went for a much more understated style at her very first Golden Globe awards: a chestnut-hued bob. 02 of 09 1999 Ron Galella, Ltd./WireImage The color of her hair may have changed through the years, but Parker has always been a fan of a good center part. And as a first-time nominee, she wore her long, perfectly-curled locks parted down the middle and loosely pulled half back. 03 of 09 2000 Ron Galella, Ltd./WireImage For her very first Golden Globe Award win, Parker stepped out in what would become her signature — her bouncy, natural curls. 04 of 09 2001 SGranitz/WireImage She matched her subtle pink makeup to her pale pink dress, and slicked her blonde strands into a low, center-parted style. 05 of 09 2002 SGranitz/WireImage Oh, the year of the bob. On another award-winning occasion, the actress swept her pin straight strands to one side with a black flower that may as well have been pulled from Carrie Bradshaw’s accessory collection. 06 of 09 2003 The star tends to prefer a bold eye and neutral lip, but she was having a Madonna moment this year, opting for a bustier, pants, a high pony and a bright red pout. 07 of 09 2004 Jean-Paul Aussenard/WireImage She was back to channeling Carrie for her final win for Sex and the City, pairing a half-up, curly pony with a tutu-inspired outfit. 08 of 09 2006 Nominated for The Family Stone, the actress pulled her curly hair into a high chignon, which she accented with a black two-strand headband and glossy pink lips. 09 of 09 2007 For her most recent appearance at the Globes, Parker wore natural makeup and her golden blonde strands parted down the middle and perfectly curled — a predecessor to the tousled waves she's been sporting since.