In 2007, Elizabeth turned 75 wearing her signature red lipstick.
Elizabeth often wore bright color on her lips and eyes, as she did in 1992 with pink lips and lavender lids.
In 1985, Elizabeth made going gray look sexy, adopting a salt-and-pepper look.
For her role in “Boom!” in 1967, Elizabeth wore a floral headdress designed by Karl Lagerfeld!
In 1961, Elizabeth won her first Oscar (for “Butterfield 8”) and wore her famous bouffant “artichoke cut” by stylist Alexandre of Paris.
Elizabeth showed true Hollywood glamour with a wavy pageboy haircut in 1954.
In 1953, Elizabeth was already a beauty trendsetter with her short pixie cut, which showed off her gorgeous eyes.
By 1949, Elizabeth was a teenager and beginning to make the transition to more adult roles– and a more adult beauty look!
In 1944, Elizabeth was 12 and beginning to develop her signature look of dark tresses and porcelain skin.
In 1942, Elizabeth, then 10 and already a beauty, starred in her first film, “There’s One Born Every Minute.”
Elizabeth’s White Diamonds is the most popular celebrity fragrance of all time!
Elizabeth in 1963’s “Cleopatra,” one of her most iconic and memorable films.