Julia Stiles was born on March 28, 1981 in New York City. She’s an American stage and screen actress. Her film career included both commercial and critical successes. Ranging from the genres of teen romantic comedies like 10 Things I Hate About You (1999) to dark art house pictures such as The Business of Strangers (2001) Stiles has acted in a variety of flicks. She is also admired for her stylish dressing sense and gorgeous hairdos. Julia Stiles Hair Styles are fun and flirty. This actress has got the looks, the appeal and the personality to turn heads for sure.
Following her success in PBS series Ghostwriter in 1993 and 1994, Stiles appeared as a guest star on the medical drama Chicago Hope. She has been seen in two made-for-TV movies Before Women Had Wings (1997) on CBS and Oprah Winfrey in an adaptation of the novel by Connie May Fowler. Her role of a teenage girl who finds herself pregnant and runs away from her unforgiving father in NBC's miniseries The '60s in 1999 was critically acclaimed worldwide.
In her first big screen debut I Love You, I Love You Not (1996), she made a good start co-sating Claire Danes and Jude Law. Her small roles as Harrison Ford’s daughter in The Devil's Own in 1997 and in M. Night Shyamalan's Wide Awake in 1998 were not unnoticed entities at all.
Stiles got her first lead role in Wicked in 1998. In the movie she plays the character of a teenage girl who murders her mother so she can have her father all to herself. Many critics wrote she was ‘the darling of the 1998 Sundance Film Festival.’ Internet movie writer Harry Knowles opined that Stiles was the ‘discovery of the fest.’ But the movie was not commercially successful in the US.
So far, Stiles has been known as Kat Stratford, a character opposite Heath Ledger in 10 Things I Hate About You. The super hit is an adaptation of The Taming of the Shrew set in a high school near Tacoma, Washington. For her role, she won the MTV Movie Award for ‘Breakthrough Female Performance’ and the Chicago Film Critics voted her the most promising new actress of the year.
In the fashion circuits, Stiles made her writing and directorial debut with Elle magazine's short Raving starring Zooey Deschanel. It was premiered at the 2007 Tribeca Film Festival where Stiles rose to instant fame in the fashion world. She has received widespread admiration for her wardrobe and fashionable hairstyles from allparts of the globe. Lets have a look at some of the funkiest Julia Stiles Hair Styles that can be recreated to suit any occasion.
Popular Julia Stiles Hair Styles:
Stiles kept her hair style full and funky at the screening of The Omen. This was one of the hottest hairdos sported by the actress that enhanced her features and overall personality. For this unique style, the actress’ tresses were trimmed up to a length falling just below the shoulder level. In addition to this her short shaped layers were cut around the top portion and side sections. This technique added volume to the top section and enhanced the shape around her beautiful face. With regular trims, this particular style is quite easy to maintain and works well on most occasions.
Blonde Long Layers
With her natural blonde hair cut at the world premiere of United 93 Stiles looked gorgeous. In the style, the length of her blonde hair was left just below the shoulders and the longer layers were cut into the very ends. This cool and relaxed look is great for a casual outing. If you have a natural long cut, this style is a great option for you.
Julia Stiles is known to sport a basic medium length bob with fabulous highlights throughout her hair. To create this hairdo, the actress’ tresses are cut with slight graduating layers up to the very ends in order to remove any sort of bulking. It helps to add definition to her beautiful face shape. Her wispy side parted bangs are also added and styled to soften the overall look of the style as well as to enhance her features. This hairstyle is a great option for formal occasions.