In 1990, Natalie is showing off her super shiny brunette hair.
Fast forward six years and her hair is a richer brunette.
Same color, different length. 1998, and Portman shows how to do a long bob.
Natalie Portman doing her best pre-Raphaelite impression in 2000.
Natalie discovers hair tongs.
A short choppy fringe was all the rage in the noughties.
The same year, 2003, but Natalie goes for a retro look in December.
A year later and Natalie’s hair is much sleeker and she’s trying a longer choppy fringe.
Natalie opts for a timeless up ‘do with a simple accessory at the Oscars in 2005.
The actress famously shaved her head for her role in the film V for Vendetta.
The following year and Natalie are expertly growing out her hair by keeping plenty of texture in the cut.
In 2006, the Golden Globes: Natalie wears her pixie cut smoothed-out.
Still, 2006 but a hairband adds a little too much ‘texture’ to Natalie Portman short hair.
A year later and Natalie has shoulder-length hair – the side parting and curls would still look great today.
2008 and Natalie proves a braided up ‘do is always a winner.
Two years later and Natalie has gone for a feathered haircut; a cutting technique that hasn’t stood the test of time.
Same year and another side parting, this time paired with a simple twist.
In 2011, Natalie showed brunette, glossy and long hair.
It’s 2013 and Natalie has gone for relaxed highlights for a beachy feel.
With highlights, a sleeker haircut than we’ve seen on Natalie before.
Still 2013 and the highlights are gone.
The sleek brunette ponytail on Portman.
The most interesting Natalie Portman hair color is Natalie Portman pink hair. In the film, Jackie- Natalie Portman is often depicted in relation to maternal functions: grieving widow, doting parent, magnanimous mother of the nation. Portman’s performance is studied — her unplaceable, transatlantic accent honed from watching countless hours of the First Lady on film — yet her most radiant moments are not the reconstructions of historical events (like Jackie’s famous televised tour of the White House, painstakingly re-enacted) but rather the ones that imagine who she might have been in the aftermath of her husband’s assassination, on her own terms. There’s nothing comfortable about Portman’s Jackie; there’s nothing comforting about it, either.
With a pink wig with bob style, she gave a strong impressiveness to audiences.
Natalie Portman in Closer, 2004.
The most compelling Natalie Portman performances have always been the most at odds with her meticulous image. She made her controversial and acclaimed big-screen debut in 1994’s The Professional, in which she plays Mathilda, the Lolita-Esque 12-year-old protégée of a hitman, who teaches her the trade after her father is killed by a corrupt government agent. While Portman’s mainstream break came as the nubile Padme Amidala in the Star Wars prequels, first in 1999 and then 2002 and 2005, and as the quintessential (now paradigmatic) manic pixie dream girl who coaches Zach Braff to self-actualization in 2004’s Garden State, it was when she returned to a darker role, as the tormented, pink-wigged stripper Alice Ayres embroiled in a four-way affair with Jude Law, Clive Owen, and Julia Roberts in Closer, also in 2004, that she returned to critical favor: Roger Ebert gave the film four stars, and Portman earned her first Oscar nod, a nomination for Best Supporting Actress. Her first win came six years later when she was named Best Actress for Black Swan.
She’s already on track for similar success with Jackie: She has earned Best Actress nominations from the Gotham Awards, Independent Spirit Awards, and Critics’ Choice Awards, all before the film hit theaters. If it succeeds commercially in the same way Black Swan did, it could mean another statue for Portman. Whether that comes to pass, all the early Oscar buzz has told us is this: Difficult, uncomfortable, twisted Natalie Portman is the Natalie Portman we’ve been waiting for.
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