Gwyneth Paltrow Bares Abs, Side-Parts Hair at Stand Up to Cancer Event: See the Picture!

Celebrity Beauty Jan. 29, 2014 AT 5:40PM
Gwyneth Paltrow at the Hollywood Stands Up To Cancer Event on Jan. 28
Gwyneth Paltrow bared her abs in a sexy cutout dress and parted her hair to the side at the Hollywood Stands Up To Cancer Event on Jan. 28. Credit: Michael Buckner/Getty Images

Something's… different. Gwyneth Paltrow attended the Hollywood Stands Up To Cancer Event (hosted by Reese Witherspoon and Jim Toth) on Tuesday, Jan. 28 wearing a sexy cutout dress and sporting a rare beauty look!

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The Goop founder, 41, flashed her perfectly-toned abs and lean figure in a sleeveless, royal blue dress by David Koma featuring black leather trimming and a cutout bodice. But it wasn't her outfit and tiny figure that created the majority of the buzz.

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Paltrow, who typically wears her hair in a center part, transformed Tuesday night with her famous, sleek, straight blonde tresses parted to the side. The Iron Man star also went for a less structured messier 'do at the star-studded event. 

The mother-of-two also kept her makeup to a minimum -- swiping only the tops of her eyelids with black liner and keeping the rest of her face light and ethereal with a coat of lavender shadow.

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The star has not been shy about flaunting her flawless figure in the past. One of her most memorable (and daring!) looks to date was her underwear-less, sheer-paneled Antonio Berardi gown at the Hollywood premiere of Iron Man 3 last April. In similar fashion, Paltrow attended Diane von Furstenberg's "Journey of a Dress" exhibition on Jan. 11 wearing a black jumpsuit with a deep plunging neckline.

The blonde actress opted for a more covered-up, low-key outfit at the 2014 Golden Globes the following night where she was joined by her rocker hubby Chris Martin.

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