Emmys 2014: Two Hair Changes You Might Have Missed (Like Kerry Washington's Ombré)

08/25/2014 at 09:41 PM ET

Stars love to debut new hairstyles at award shows, but you might not have caught these two subtle switch-ups at the Emmys. So of course we’re bringing them to your attention.

First up, Kerry Washington showed off some fun ombré streaks, dyeing her tips an edgy copper color that popped against her orange Prada dress. Right now, we’re not sure if the new hue is here to stay or just an added accessory to match her dress. She kept her strands straight with a sleek center part, and played up her eyes with some major shadow and liner that we’ll talk about at another time, don’t worry.

Kerry Washington Emmys hairGetty(2)

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Kate Mara lived up to her “hair chameleon” title, changing things up again in the color and cut department. She shaved a few inches from her ends, stepping out with an asymmetrical chin-length bob, and went a bit more auburn with her shade. We have a feeling she might be on the verge of a pixie.

Kate Mara Emmys hairInvision for the Television Academy/AP(2)

Whose look are you loving? Share your thoughts below.

–Brittany Talarico

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trost on

Gorgeous.

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Love it!

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