Marion wears her shoulder-length brunette locks in loose curls and plays up her eyes with dark liner and a smoky gray shadow at the New York premiere of Nine in 2009.
At a 2010 Golden Globe after party at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, Marion slicks back the sides of this updo in a modern interpretation of the pompadour style, accenting it with a subtle smoky eye and a glowy pink lipstick.
Marion's baby blues stand out against her neutral palette, smoky eyelids, and sleek, side-parted side chignon.
At the 15th Annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards, Marion's fresh skin is highlighted by glossy pink lips, smoky eyes, and big, slicked-back curls.
Marion sport a beautiful and uniquely swirled updo at the Paris premiere of Nine, accenting her bold look with bronze eyes and one long, gold-jeweled earring.
Marion looks like a young schoolgirl as she poses after being awarded the Order of Arts and Letters at the Ministry of Culture in Paris, with a rosy blush, berry-hued lips, and her shoulder-length strands straight and shiny.
At the 35th César Film Awards in Paris, Marion turned admiring heads on the red carpet with this high, crimped updo.
Marion goes for Old Hollywood elegance at the opening of the "American Woman: Fashioning a National Identity" exhibition at NYC's Metropolitan Museum of Art, with dark, smoky eyes, muted raspberry lips, and pinned-back curls.
Once again, Marion shows her love for unique, intricate hairstyles with this swirled updo at the Chopard 150th Anniversary Party in Cannes.