Spring is prime time to change up your haircut, and the women of Hollywood are giving us some serious inspiration. Take a look at three of-the-moment haircuts that are hot for the upcoming season. They're so alluring, you'll be running for your stylist's chair.
Oz the Great and Powerful is out today in theaters, but the red-carpet (or should we say, yellow brick road) glamour leading up to the film's premiere actually started weeks ago. To promote the film, Michelle Williams, Mila Kunis, and Rachel Weisz traveled around the world — Moscow, Tokyo, London, and Los Angeles, to be exact — bringing their individual brand of glamour to each city for the movie's debut. From understated Michael Kors and statement-making Lanvin to peacock-feathered Burberry and one sexy formfitting Atelier Versace number, these starlets certainly turned up the evening elegance tenfold for Oz. See every moment from the promo tour right here.
Before Michelle Williams was a good witch in Oz the Great and Powerful, she was just a California girl running in the surf on Baywatch. In Williams's first ever onscreen role in 1993, she played Bridget Bowers, the cool girl who catches the eye of David Hasselhoff's son. It may not be the role that garnered her an Oscar nod, but it's still a pretty adorable clip. The bonus Hasselhoff doesn't hurt.
Michelle Williams got back to her normal routine at home in Brooklyn, NY, over the last few days. She stepped out on Sunday to grab coffee and breakfast and yesterday was joined by her daughter, Matilda, for a neighborhood grocery store stop. The newly single star, who ended her relationship with Jason Segel last month, is back on the East Coast after promoting Oz the Great and Powerful overseas with costars Mila Kunis, James Franco, and Rachel Weisz. The group headed to the UK and Russia in addition to doing press for the film in LA. Michelle spoke to us recently about her iconic role as Glinda the Good Witch and what 7-year-old Matilda will think of the movie, which hits theaters on Friday. We also spoke with the man behind Michelle's pixie cut, Chris McMillan, and he shared tips on how to best grow out a similar short style.
Ever since we learned that Michelle Williams is officially growing out her cropped style, we've enjoyed seeing her hit the red carpet for her latest film, Oz the Great and Powerful, sporting a new look. Her longer layers are growing in, and she's been styling them in an asymmetrical shape. We asked Living Proof's celebrity stylist, and the man behind Michelle's original pixie cut, Chris McMillan, on how to successfully grow out such a short hairstyle. Here are his tips for growing out your hair.
Michelle Williams plays Glinda in Oz the Great and Powerful, and I chatted with the actress about her iconic role during the film's recent press day. She mentioned that she wanted to give her character a little more dimension than what we see in The Wizard of Oz and also talked about which character she would have liked to play in the original film. Check out the interview before the film hits theaters on March 8.
Sam Raimi's Oz the Great and Powerful is finally opening this week, and we've got a sneak peek at the Emerald City. Get a good look at James Franco as Oz, in addition to stills of Michelle Williams as Glinda, Mila Kunis as Theodora, Rachel Weisz as Evanora, and some interesting little creatures.
The Oz the Great and Powerful tour is now over in London, where the cast delivered another round of gorgeous red-carpet looks. Michelle played with texture, choosing a blue-and-green peacock-feathered Burberry dress, while Mila went for drama in a gown by Alexander McQueen. For all the style scoop, watch today's Fashion Flash. On Allison McNamara: Club Monaco dress.
Look to Michelle Williams if you're struggling to grow out a close-cropped pixie. While she's been well-known for her short-sheared style, Michelle is in the midst of growing it out and sported her longer layers at the Oz the Great and Powerful London premiere last night. The asymmetrical bangs and tucked-back sides are the ideal in-between look for growing out the undercut trend from last year. We'll be keeping an eye on Michelle's progression for more grown-out hairstyles, but what do you think of her overgrown cut at this stage?