Sarah Jessica Parker’s Golden Globes Beauty Evolution, from 1993 to 2007
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.
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.
For her very first Golden Globe Award win, Parker stepped out in what would become her signature — her bouncy, natural curls.
She matched her subtle pink makeup to her pale pink dress, and slicked her blonde strands into a low, center-parted style.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.