Mila Kunis over the years
American actress Mila Kunis recently celebrates her birthday. The actress is grown up. Here we bring Mila Kunis over the years pictures.
Mila Kunis 1999
The Ukrainian-born beauty (and star of both The Family Guy and That ’70s Show) wore sweet bouncy curls and a butterfly barrette.
Mila Kunis 2000
She rocked out for the Billboard Music Awards with funky red and purple highlights.
Mila Kunis 2001
For the Teen Choice Awards, Kunis highlighted her dewy skin with rose blush.
Mila Kunis over the years: 2005
A swipe of dark liner along the inside rim brought her green eyes into focus.
Mila Kunis 2006
At a celebration for the final season of That ’70s Show, Kunis swept her long dark waves into an artfully messy updo.
Mila Kunis 2008
The Forgetting Sarah Marshall star added a light under layer to her memorable mane.
Mila Kunis 2009
For the Spike Guys Choice Awards, Kunis wore her waves pinned into a faux-bob.
Mila Kunis 2010
She channeled Audrey Hepburn for the L.A. premiere of Book of Eli with a playful bouffant ponytail and liquid liner.
Mila Kunis over the years: 2010
The Black Swan star (and Golden Globes nom!) wore her layered strands straight and sleek.
Mila Kunis 2012
For the Golden Globes, Kunis put the spotlight on her incredible features with soft makeup and a swept-back bun.
Mila Kunis 2013
The actress flaunted an ultra-shiny blowout at the premiere of Oz the Great and Powerful.
Mila Kunis 2014
For the Golden Globes, Kunis hit the red carpet wearing a sleek chignon and an extra smoky eye look.
Mila Kunis 2015
Kunis glowed at the Jupiter Ascending L.A. premiere in a natural makeup look accented by a winged eyeliner.
Mila Kunis 2016
Kunis’ hair and makeup were on point while being honored at the CinemaCon Big Screen Achievement Awards.
Mila Kunis 2017
Kunis styled her straight locks in a deep side part and polished off the look with a bronze smoky eye.
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