10 Of Emma Watson’s Hairstyles Ranked From Worst To Best
Emma Watson is one of the few actresses we watched completely evolve since childhood on the big screen. From her first debut at only 11-years old in Harry Potter, to her latest lead as Belle in Beauty and The Beast, this stunning star has truly grown up into one of the most elegant women in Hollywood. Watson isn’t afraid to take risks with her style and exudes a poised confidence that has helped her remain a fan favourite actress throughout her entire career. With that being said, Emma’s elegant style hasn’t always been her strongest quality, especially when it comes to hair! She has even admit herself that some hair styles she tried in the past weren’t her finest. Follow along with Fame10 as we rank Emma Watson’s variety of hair styles, cuts and colours from worst to best.
10. Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone — 2001
We couldn’t compare Emma Watson’s hairstyles without mentioning Hermione’s signature hair from the original Harry Potter movie. Despite the awful frizzy mess, can we really blame Watson when she was only 11-years old when she took on this role? Watson herself has even admitted her distaste for the specific hair style and stated, “When I see the images of the first Harry Potter, I immediately think of how ugly my hair was.” Don’t worry Emma, the years to come would make you a hair icon in our books!
9. Premiere of Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets — 2002
As Watson moved on to the second Harry Potter film, her hair became slightly more tame and she donned a youthful side-clipped part at the premiere. This look seems age appropriate, but we would have loved to see her thick locks cut into more light layers and face framing bangs to take some weight off her shoulders. Despite this, we’re happy the stylists let this young starlet’s natural hair run free considering how incredibly young she still is.