Emily Jean Stone is said to be one of the most talented actresses, as well as, the highest-paid, in the world.
About Emma Stone, Accolade Winning Actress, On Television And Big Screen Movies
Emma Stone began her acting career when she was still a child. At age 11, she starred in a stage production of “The Wind in the Willows”. From there many appearances in productions at the “Valley Youth Centre” followed. Her breakthrough in the Film Industry started in 2009 – 2011 when she appeared in several notable movies.
Emma Stone’s most memorable hair colours and styles:
2006 – 2008 at a Replay Jeans party, (2006) Emma Stone wore a full fringe and soft waves in a brunette colour, (2007) sported a parted fringe in a lighter shade of Auburn and she wore a shorter hairstyle in glossy, red, hues for a movie award ceremony. (2008)
2009 – From a casual up-do with a fringe parted of the side to tousled auburn waves are different hairstyles worn during this year.
2010 – Started out with a forties inspired red curls, to glamorous loose curls with a deeper shade of red, a half-up/half-down hairstyle in a darker auburn colour, and ended in a straight, sleek, blond hairstyle with a blunt fringe.
2011 – Sports a still blonde, sleek chignon, followed by a romantic, face-framing, layered up-do and full-fringe neat up-do at a pre-Oscars dinner, and tousled waves for an Oscars party. Before going red again, Emma Stone wore a romantic up-do with a side-swept fringe.
2012 – 2017 again features all the colours between being brunette, becoming copper red, strawberry blonde, fiery red or classic ginger, all hairstyles are worn to fit in with whatever the occasion demands, soft, wavy curls, a neat up-do or even a ponytail.
Many people assume that Emma Stone’s natural hair colour is red because she favours a warm, coppery colour that looks amazing, but her actual hair colour is a natural blonde. A blonde colour makes her fair skin seems too pale therefore she prefers to have her hair in reddish hues because it brings out the warmer colours in her skin.
Here’s Emma Stone’s hairstyles over the years.
Emma Stone is pure elegance wearing a Christian Dior Couture gown and a casual up-do with a side-parted fringe hairstyle at the gala premiere for her movie "Irrational Man".
Emma Stone oozes gothicness and charm in a little black floral embroidered dress and her hair in a flattering layered loose hairstyle at the 30th Annual Film Independent Spirit Awards.
Attending the photo call for her movie "Irrational Man", Emma Stone showcases her lavish look with an elegant black lace mini dress and kept her face simple by styling her hair into a side swept messy updo. Still pretty despite the windy Cannes!
Emma Stone Awards Received:
She was nominated many times for various roles and received the following Awards:
2008 (Superbad) Exciting New Face – Young Hollywood Festival
2011 (Easy A) Best Comedic Performance – MTV Movie & TV Awards
2011 (Easy A) Choice Movie Actress: Romantic Comedy – Teen Choice Awards
2012 Trailblazer Award – MTV Movie & TV Awards
2012 (Crazy, Stupid, Love) Choice Movie Actress: Comedy – Teen Choice Awards
2012 (The Help) Favourite Movie Actress – People’s Choice Awards
2012 (The Help) Choice Movie Actress: Drama – Teen Choice Awards
2015 (The Amazing Spider-Man 2) Favourite Movie Actress – Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards
2016 (La La Land) Best Actress in a Leading Role – British Academy Film Awards
2016 (La La Land) Volpi Cup for Best Actress – Venice Film Festival
2017 (La La Land) Best Actress – AACTA International Awards, Academy Awards
2017 (La La Land) Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy – Golden Globe Awards
2017 (La La Land) Outstanding Performer(s) of the Year Award – Santa Barbara International Film Festival
2017 (La La Land) Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role – Screen Actors Guild Awards
From 2011 – 2016 she won various awards from the Critics Associations for “Best Supporting Actress” and “Best Actress”.
Emma Stone won 31 awards out of 90 nominations and was runner-up for five of those nominations. She also appeared in a campaign for “Revlon” that promoted awareness against breast cancer. She also featured in a video collaboration between “Star Wars” and “Stand Up to Cancer” which were aimed at raising funds for cancer research.