Lena Dunham Rocks a Major Cat-Eye for Glamour April Issue, Feels "Prettier" Without Makeup

Celebrity Style Mar. 11, 2014 AT 10:35AM
Lena Dunham wearing Miu Miu coat, skirt, and custom Vince t-shirt. Credit: Tom Munro

Bring it on, haters!

After her debate-stirring (and bounty-summoning!) Vogue cover from February, Lena Dunham looks stunning on the April issue of Glamour. The Girls star and creator rocks a major cat-eye and a sleek style for her short hair on the cover.

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Lena Dunham covers the April issue of Glamour
Lena Dunham covers the April issue of Glamour
Credit: Tom Munro

Wearing a Rag & Bone dress, Dunham, 27, has her bob styled sleek and straight, a la Charlize Theron at the 2014 Oscars. The short style, she says, suits her better than any other length. "I have real hair impatience and I cut my hair off really short about a year and a half ago," she reveals in a behind-the-scenes video. "It was completely liberating. I felt more like myself than I ever had before. Now I'm kind of growing it out a little, working with a fifth-grade school girl look. But I'm sure I'll go back to it because having short hair is delightful and makes you feel incognito in a really cool way."

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Lena Dunham in the April issue of Glamour wearing a Celine coat, Delfina Delettrez earrings, and Lodis belts.
Lena Dunham in the April issue of Glamour wearing a Celine coat, Delfina Delettrez earrings, and Lodis belts.
Credit: Tom Munro

Whereas the dramatic eye makeup shows off Dunham's brown eyes, she is more of a low-key beauty girl. "I feel prettier with a naked face and ChapStick," she says in the issue.

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Dunham also revealed that her acting future is uncertain. "I don't know if I'm going to want to act anymore," she says. "I'm always relieved on the days I don't have to. I'd rather give parts to other women than be the woman having the parts."

In January, Jezebel offered $10,000 for the unretouched images of Dunham's February 2014 Vogue cover spread. "Some sh-t is just too ridiculous to engage," Dunham tweeted about the bounty. "Way cooler when people do things out of pure blind spite than out of faux altruism."

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