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By Laura Vogel
Actress Drew Barrymore—famous for her ever-changing red carpet looks—has just launched a new cosmetics line, Flower, in partnership with Walmart. She is passionate about her love of makeup: As she puts it, "I have been in the makeup chair since I was 6 years old." Barrymore, 37, takes a look back at her most memorable beauty moments over the past 30 years and shares her thoughts with Glo.
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"I only had to get my pigtails done every day, no makeup. However, I loved sitting and watching the makeup artists working on the other actresses," says Barrymore of her role as Gertie in the 1982 classic E.T.
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"I love a good hair flip," says Barrymore of her trend-setting side-tossed locks in this 1989 shot. "Everyone is saying that the '90s are coming back, which is fine with me. Also, from the late '80s into the '90s, I was really into a brownish-red lip."
Dark Shadows4 of 13
Of this 1996 shot, where her hair was deep black, Barrymore says, "To me, this look was 'Goth meets Old Hollywood.' I was going for a Mata Hari and Louise Brooks style. It was my attempt at bringing the 1930s into the 1990s."
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"This look reminds me to always play," says Barrymore of her style at the 1998 Academy Awards. The actress has no tolerance for harsh fashion critics. "People get raked over the coals, and it's just not right; most people go to these events like animals to the slaughter, and it should be a place to have fun!"
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"I love this look," says Barrymore of her 2000 style at the Charlie's Angels premiere. "I remember that I found that rhinestone starfish pin in a jewelry store! I simply had to wear it in my hair, and it was incredibly heavy. It took a ton of bobby pins to keep in place!"
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"This was a definite 'I'm growing my hair out' moment, I was in an in-between stage for sure," says Barrymore of this 2002 paparazzi shot. "It's funny, though, I still have that red poncho!"
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Of this beachy, loose-wave hairstyle from 2004, Barrymore says, "This was from the 50 First Dates era. I was having a definite long blond mermaid hair moment!"
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"I look like such a lady here," says Barrymore of her 2006 red carpet look. When told her style is reminiscent of Stella McCartney's, she says, "That's so flattering! I owe Stella a lot, she is a huge style inspiration for me."
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"This look is so soft" is the first thing Barrymore says about this 2008 photo. "I really like this moment. I look, simply, like a pretty girl. I look very clean."
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"Pure bombshell," says Barrymore of her 2009 Golden Globes style. "I'd wanted to do a classic Texas-lady look for awhile—the blue gauzy gown and blue eye shadow and big hair. I thought I looked great, but this is the look I got the meanest comments about! People said that I looked like I just rolled out of bed."
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"Oh, the ombré, how I miss it!" says Barrymore of this two-toned look she sported in early 2012. (She almost single-handedly popularized the look, beginning in 2010.) "This hair color makes me feel so young."
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"I look like such a mom now—in a good way," says Barrymore of her current look. (Her daughter, Olive, with husband Will Kopelman, was born in September of 2012.) "This style is good, straightforward, and I don't have to spend hours in a salon chair. It could all change soon, though!"
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