Julianne Moore wore her red hair in a deep side part and sleek ponytail at the world premiere of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 in London.
Julianne Moore was all smiles at the Los Angeles premiere of ‘Non Stop’ where she wore her natural red hair in a center part and smooth, straight style.
Julianne Moore was the picture of classic beauty at the Los Angeles premiere of the “Carrie” remake held at The ArcLight Hollywood. Julianne wore her dark auburn hair in a slightly off-center part and straight style.
While being honored as the Hasty Pudding Woman of the Year at Harvard University, Julianne Moore modeled her long layered tresses in this straight hairstyle. Julianne Moore’s rich red color was stunning and gorgeous against her black dress.
For the 20th Annual Gotham Independent Film Awards at Cipriani’s Wall Street in New York, Julianne Moore showed off her signature red locks in this casual and simple style. Julianne Moore wore a slightly off-center part with soft waves in the ends which she paired with her leaf-inspired dress.
Actress Julianne Moore wore her long, red hair down with loose waves when she stepped out to the off-Broadway opening of Freckle Face Strawberry — the Musical in New York City.
Julianne Moore arrived at the Fashion’s Night Out runway show in New York and pulled back her red hair into a low ponytail which she casually wore over one shoulder.
Julianne Moore at the 2010 Los Angeles Film Festival opening night premiere of her upcoming film, The Kids Are All Right, shows off her red, romantic hairstyle. She models this current trend in hairstyles (also seen on Sarah Jessica Parker frequently) of straighter, flatter hair on top with loose, easy waves seen starting about halfway down. This look requires a volumizing product and a wide-barrel curling iron.
Julianne Moore attended the premiere of Savage Grace at the 7th annual Tribeca Film Festival with a shoulder-length straight auburn hairstyle. This hairstyle is very sexy and frames her face, her hair is layered and razored at the tips to give a bit more of a sexy, rugged effect.