Newlywed Natalie Portman made headline hair news over the weekend when the normally brunette beauty, 31, debuted sunny blonde hair at the Van Cleef & Arpels Dinner for L.A. Dance Project on Saturday.

The Oscar-winning actress — who hung out with husband Benjamin Millepied and Robert Pattinson at the bash — told fellow revelers that the startling-but-stunning new look is for a film role, although she didn’t elaborate.

“Natalie makes a beautiful blonde!” Cunningham tells Us Weekly. “She needed to make the change for an upcoming movie role, and we achieved a gorgeous, multi-dimensional golden blonde.”

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Jennifer Lopez has come a long way since her Fly Girl debut on In Living Color. Now she’s a sexy superstar with arguably the world’s most sought-after locks. Want to create her stunning, multi-dimensional hue?

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Kristine Barone of Kristine Barone’s Hair Design inside Salon Blissful (formerly J Salon) says the ponytail is back…and it is better than ever! You can reach Kristine at 602-323-6881 for a consultation or appointment.

It is becoming a go-to style for the fashion elite—for instance John Barrett recently opened Barrett’s Ponytail Bar in his chic New York salon, and if we learned one thing at Spring/Summer 2013 Fashion Week, it’s that the trendy-again style will be sticking around for a while.

On the runways, hairdressers got creative and updated the basic pony in myriad ways—high, low, textured, neat, shiny, matte—so there was literally a pony for every fashion personality. At Marc Jacobs, Redken Creative Consultant Guido created an Edie-Sedgwick 1960s-inspired pony with a teased, tousled finish. “This is a styled-then-slept-in look,” he says. “The height around the face is enough to highlight the features, but is not over-the-top.”