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It's True: Halle Berry Is 48 and Looks This Good

Aug 14 2014 - 2:00pm

Not many women can say they've been a Bond girl, portrayed two different comic book femme fatales, and made history winning an Oscar. But Halle Berry [1] can. And adding to that long list of accomplishments, the actress is an iconic beauty who usually sticks to a more natural makeup palette. However she's had some rather outstanding hair moments over the years. Click through to see her top beauty moments in celebration of her 48th birthday!


Casual Halle was spotted at an Extant set visit where she wore a brown eye shadow and her natural curls.


At the premiere of Extant, Halle wore her signature flipped-out pixie with a gunmetal eye look and nude lip.


Halle was glowing on the red carpet for Les Toiles Enchantées. She styled her now-iconic pixie into a sexy sidesweep, balancing it out with a clear lip gloss.


Halle's curly look last year was in preparation for a movie roll. And while the Revlon ambassador prefers to keep her makeup looks low-key, she doesn't mess around when it comes to skin care [2].


Halle returned to her piecey pixie look at the 2010 premiere of Frankie & Alice.


Halle debuted a shorter, graduated bob with plenty of highlights at the premiere of X-Men Origins: Wolverine, a look very different from Storm's signature silvery strands.


At the 2007 Things We Lost in the Fire premiere, Halle sported straight strands with side-swept bangs. Her normally neutral eye makeup was pumped up with a smoky tint.


A low, yet larger than life, ponytail and gorgeously bronzed eyes made for an ultra-glam look for Halle at a 2006 red carpet.


Halle showed off her fresh-faced beauty at the 2004 premire of The Clearing. A head full of curls, flawless skin, and a touch of peach on her eyelids made for an amazingly gorgeous look.


Halle's hair hit new lengths at the 2002 Catwoman premiere, where she donned a deep peach gloss and copper-toned eye shadow.


In 2002, Halle became the first black woman to win best actress for her role in Monster's Ball. Clad in an Elie Saab gown, Halle wore bronzed makeup that perfectly coordinated with her newly won statue.


While promoting her role in Die Another Day, Halle sported a longer version of her signature short cut.


Halle went for classic beauty at the 2001 NAACP Awards. She opted for wispy curls, a touch of lavender shadow, and glossy lips.

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