Beauty Transformation: Antonio Banderas

One of the things we are most looking forward to at the ALMAs is seeing Antonio Banderas—he is looking fine these days. But remember his look in the 1995 film Assassins? The Spanish actor sported chin-length hair—much different from the short hair he has now. Throughout the years, Banderas has varied his appearance dramatically. We’ve seen him with his natural curls, with a scruffy beard, and even in a teeny ponytail.

Click through to see his transformation!

1. Beauty Transformation: Antonio Banderas (1)

October 1995: In this scene of Assassins, Banderas looks crazed but his hair looks relatively tamed – long and slicked back.

2. Beauty Transformation: Antonio Banderas (2)

August 2001: Banderas exudes cool and careless with his hair tucked in a faded skullcap and his facial hair groomed neatly. The actor was arriving at the Palma de Mallorca airport with his wife, actress Melanie Griffith.

3. Beauty Transformation: Antonio Banderas (3)

August 2002: The actor looks incredibly masculine with his full beard and glistening hair during the promotion for his film Imagining Argentina in Madrid, Spain.

4. Beauty Transformation: Antonio Banderas (4)

March 2004: Move over Goldilocks—Banderas is stealing your style. The Spanish stud looks charming with his natural curls at the 15th Annual GLAAD Media Awards in Hollywood, California.

5. Beauty Transformation: Antonio Banderas (5)

January 2007: Banderas is the definition of suave with a short ponytail. The actor posed in a portrait session during the 2007 Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

6. Beauty Transformation: Antonio Banderas (6)

March 2007: Banderas’ mostly white beard is the only indication that he’s getting older. The actor looks dashing at the 82nd Annual Academy Awards in Hollywood, which he attended with his wife.

7. Beauty Transformation: Antonio Banderas (7)

September 2011: Banderas’ hair is short and combed forward and he’s clean-shaven – which allows us to admire the actor’s incredibly good looks. The photo was taken earlier this week during the 2011 Toronto Film Festival in Toronto, Canada. Check out that bone structure – swoon.