To get into character, many of the Game of Thrones actors have two undergo major transformations with their looks. From hair makeovers to makeup, the "GoT" stars go all out for the HBO show.
The final season of Game of Thrones is in full swing. With the cast out promoting season 8, it's hard not to notice that many of the cast members undergo serious makeovers to play their iconic characters. The world of Game of Thrones is not exactly the present day, so seeing the cast without the makeup, wigs, and special effects is always a trip. Sophie Turner 23, whose hair is naturally blonde, has her hair red to play Sansa Strong for nearly every season. The only season she wore a red wig was season 7 after suffering hair damage from dyeing her hair from red to blonde. Game of Thrones season 8 NYC premiered in April 201
Emilia Clarke 32, has a platinum blonde wedge to play Daenerys Targaryen from the beginning. Daenerys has platinum blonde hair, while Emilia is a natural brunette. However, Emilia did her hair in honor of the final season, but she still has a wedge while filming. She ended up cutting her new blonde locks into an amazing pixie cut before going back to her natural brown roots. Game of Thrones . The 32-year-old actor, who plays Jon Snow, revealed his hair contract on Live with Kelly & Michael in 2014. "I never thought that about my own hair," he said. “I didn't allow it to cut, and I didn't realize this until recently. I wanted to cut it – I had long hair for ages – and they were like, "No, now, no. That won''t be happening. "" Once filming ended for the final season, Kit finally cut his hair. When he made his SNL debut in April 2019, too, his signature beard, too!
When Maisie Williams 22, stepped out of the show's New York City premiere, she looked nothing Arya Stark. She debuted bright purple hair on the red carpet. At the show's London premiere, she had pink hair. Her major makeovers are a cry from Arya's simple brunette hair. Lena Headey 45, who plays Cersei Lannister, doesn't have Cersei's natural blonde locks. She's a natural brunette, so she wears to play Ceresei like Emilia does to play Daenerys. Game of Thrones airs Sundays at 9 pm on HBO