Michelle Williams‘s hair has undergone a major transformation since her Dawson’s Creek days. When she played reformed bad girl Jen Lindley on the teen drama, Williams wore her natural blonde hair long and loose — but as her character evolved, so did her style: throughout the seasons, Lindley’s hair became shorter, wavier, and more edgy over all. As Williams’s career grew, and she earned roles in “Brokeback Mountain”, “Blue Valentine” and “My Week with Marilyn,” so did her personal style. In recent years, the “ Manchester by the Sea” actress has boldly sported a pixie cut of varying lengths and shades of blonde. Here, a look back at how the Oscar nominee’s signature look evolved.
Michelle Williams went super short, and super platinum, at the 2017 Oscars.
At the 23rd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, Williams wore her pixie cut softly tousled with a bold eye.
Back to platinum blonde, Michelle Williams’s short hair is worn extra sleek style to accentuate her creamy, porcelain skin at the 2016 New York Film Critics Circle Awards.
For the 70th Annual Tony Awards, the actress returned to her beloved pixie cut, and added a bold red lip for some extra drama.
With a wavy blonde lob, wispy bangs, and bold black eyeliner, Williams was a rock and roll beauty at the 2015
At the Louis Vuitton “Series 2” Exhibition, Williams wore her platinum locks in a deep side part with a dusted pink lip.
The gorgeous actress looked sleek and chic at the ‘Charles James: Beyond Fashion’ Met Gala with a new platinum bob and bangs.
Williams’s luminous skin and platinum blonde locks looked fresh and natural at the Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2015 show in Paris.
Williams had an edgy look at the Los Angeles premiere of
OZ The Great and Powerful, thanks to bold eyeliner, a lighter hair color, and an asymmetrical cut.
Could she be any cuter? The actress accessorized her pixie cut with a black velvet and jeweled headband for the 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards.
Take This Waltz screening in New York City, Williams wore her pixie cut with brushed out bangs and a glossy coral lip.
Williams returned to the pixie, and added a new strawberry blond color, for a screening of her film, ‘My Week with Marilyn’.
Williams wore her long locks in a softly tousled pony for the
Shutter Island premiere at the 60th Berlin International Film Festival.
Williams grew out her short pixie cut for the 2009 Film Independent’s Spirit Awards, and styled her new locks with a deep, side-swept fringe.
Williams wore her blonde locks in a S-wave do with a glossy rose-colored lip at the at the 61st International Cannes Film Festival
Williams debuted a chic, short pixie cut that accentuated her delicate features at the 22nd Annual Film Independent Spirit Awards.
Williams returned to her blonde roots at the 78th Annual Academy Awards, where she was nominated for best supporting actress.
Surprise, she’s a brunette! While attending the National Board of Review of Motion Pictures 2003 Annual Gala, Williams sported a messy bob with a long fringe.
Williams accentuated her stunning green eyes with brown eyeliner, highlighted skin and wispy bangs while attending the celebration for the 100th episode of Dawson’s Creek.
At the 6th Annual Blockbuster Awards, Michelle Williams epitomized the girl next door look with mid-length wavy curls, rosy cheeks and glossy pink lips.
The budding actress arrived at the Halloween H20 World Premiere with very natural makeup, and curled, dark blond hair.