The Most Beautiful Women of the '90s

Beauty is timeless, and the stunning women of the '90s prove it. These Hollywood icons still capture our hearts today. 

What’s their secret? Maybe elite beauty treatments or just incredible genes. Regardless, their beauty remains undeniable.

Halle Berry transitioned from beauty queen to critically acclaimed actress, becoming the first African-American woman to win the Oscar for Best Actress.

Halle Berry:

Catherine Zeta-Jones is the epitome of a bombshell, captivating audiences with her timeless beauty and magnetism in films like "The Mask of Zorro."

Catherine Zeta-Jones:

Demi Moore was the sexy lead in numerous '90s films. From the iconic pottery scene in "Ghost" to the groundbreaking salary she earned for "Striptease," her beauty and talent were unmatched.

Demi Moore:

Naomi Campbell, discovered at 15, became one of the original supermodels. She was the first Black woman on the covers of Vogue in Britain, France, and the US.

Naomi Campbell:

Jennifer Aniston, known as Rachel from "Friends," became a beauty icon of the '90s. Her hairstyle was a cultural phenomenon, coveted by many.

Jennifer Aniston:

Julia Roberts, with her unforgettable smile, captured hearts worldwide. Her natural beauty and charm are truly timeless.

Julia Roberts:

Julianne Moore's iconic red hair and fair skin have remained constant over the years, making her unique beauty instantly recognizable.

Julianne Moore:

Sandra Bullock's versatility in comedies, romances, and dramas has made her a beloved actress. She was named People's Most Beautiful Woman in 2015 at age 45.

Sandra Bullock:

Angelina Jolie, known for her alternative phases in the '90s, eventually settled into her signature glamorous style. Her stunning looks have always been a constant.

 Angelina Jolie:

Denise Richards, a '90s Bond girl, frequently appeared on lists of the sexiest women by Maxim and FHM. Her role in the film "Wild Things" remains iconic.

Denise Richards:

These women continue to inspire with their timeless beauty and enduring charm.

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