Lily James Hairstyles

 

Lily James Hairstyles – The Classy Princess

Lily James climbed up the fame ladder in Downtown Abbey playing Rose MacClare. She then shifted internationally as Cinderella in the same movie. Surprisingly, she shocked everyone when she suddenly showed herself wearing a hairstyle that’s way far from her sweet little Disney girl image. She used to have that natural blonde charm for her Cinderella role. She went out to promotions and shows like that. She had bouncy but clean waves and those classic princess like styles. However, this time, she brought with her a semi messy style, length up to her chin in auburn bob. She had her hair free flowing from a nice ponytail, casually touching her neck and face.

Natural Shade

Lily James is actually a brunette in nature. Her roles have pushed her to do blonde and she is very vocal on expressing her desire to soon return to her natural shade. She is a bit tired of coloring her hair! Good thing her face can just handle any color or style her roles might require. And mind you, these styles are not in any way minor or simple! Lily James knows these aren’t easy, but she definitely is ready just like all the other female celebrities that undergo the same style and color changes for their work.

Style Variation

It can be blonde, brunette, or anything else, Lily James will always be the princess in a ball. One beautiful night at a San Diego Ball, the shining star, she brilliantly took over the floor in a black and gold Altuzarra, paired perfectly to her sexy brunette hair. Lily James knows too well how to handle her natural shade and stand out among others.

Even before she was known and acknowledged as Lady Rose or as Cinderella, she has always worn here clean and elegant brown tone. She Just started lightening it up in mid 2013. Took her awhile wearing the bright shades. Her role in Pride and Prejudice was the turning point for her to go back to her natural shade and style once again.

Here’s Lily James’s hairstyles over the years.

Lily James hit the red carpet for the 73rd Annual Golden Globe Awards wearing a loose hairstyle over her center part waves on January 10, 2016.

Lily James hit the red carpet for the 73rd Annual Golden Globe Awards wearing a loose hairstyle over her center part waves on January 10, 2016.

Lily James pulled her hair back into a simple yet pretty low ponytail as she attends the 65th Berlinale International Film Festival held on February 13, 2015.

Lily James pulled her hair back into a simple yet pretty low ponytail as she attends the 65th Berlinale International Film Festival held on February 13, 2015.

Lily James wears her hair down in loose waves with middle-parting as she attends the 65th Berlinale Film Festival on February 13, 2015.

Lily James brought elegance with her side-parted low bun up-do hairstyle at the Cinderella" World Premiere on March 1, 2015.

Lily James pulled her hair back in a textured up-do as she attends the Vogue Foundation Dinner on July 4, 2017.

Lily James pulled her hair back in a textured up-do as she attends the Vogue Foundation Dinner on July 4, 2017.

Lily James tied and twisted her natural brunette locks in a low ponytail as she arrives for the

Lily James tied and twisted her natural brunette locks in a low ponytail as she arrives for the "Baby Driver" Los Angeles Premiere on June 14, 2017.

Lily James looks exceptionally stunning with this shoulder-length loose curls with deep parting hairstyle at the Pride And Prejudice And Zombies Premiere on January 21, 2016.

Lily James looks exceptionally stunning with this shoulder-length loose curls with deep parting hairstyle at the Pride And Prejudice And Zombies Premiere on January 21, 2016.

Career Projects

Lily James’ real name is Lily Chloe Thomson. She was born in the 5th of April, 1989. Lily is a successful English actress. She is a multitalented artist who has notable projects in movies and television pieces like Downtown Abbey, War and Peace, Just William, Cinderella, Fast Girls, Darkest Hour, Baby Driver, Wrath of the Titans, and more.

James’ most important roles in TV included BBC’s Just William, where she played Ethel Brown. She also played as Poppy in “Secret Diary of a Call Girl” which showed in 2011. It was after that when she got the Lady Rose act in Downtown Abbey. Late 2011, she played Taylor in the interesting Vernon God Little, which was directed by Rufus Norris.

In 2012, James played the function of Katrina in Play House and Marijka in Definitely the Bahamas in a double-bill composed and directed by Martin Crimp at the Orange Tree Theatre in Richmond, London as part of the theatre’s fortieth anniversary.

Her biggest break came in 2015 when she landed the Cinderella character. It was then followed up by another stint with BBC in the series War and Peace.

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