Sienna Miller cringes over 'puffy' hairstyle she sported at 2004 Oscars

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Sienna Miller has joked her updo for the 2004 Academy Awards was a "bit Princess Anne".

In a new video for ELLE UK, the Anatomy of a Scandal actress looked back at a series of her red carpet outfits from over the years.

While considering the green Matthew Williamson gown she sported at the Oscars that year, Sienna confessed that she was a bit hungover while sitting in the make-up chair and hadn't been paying attention to her hairstylist.

"I remember him saying, 'I'm going to do a Medusa.' And I was like, 'That sounds great.' I wasn't looking and I went to the bathroom, and I literally had brown tendrils and I was like, 'We have to fix this!' So, we tied it back and it went a bit Princess Anne, I think," she recalled, referencing the British royal's go-to bouffant. "It's quite puffy, but it got better as the night went on."

Despite her issues with the styling, Sienna still loves the dress she chose.

"I wasn't thrilled with my hair and make-up that night, but the dress I designed with Matthew Williamson and it's definitely of an era... but I love it. I'm actually going to ask him to give it to me," the 40-year-old continued.

And as for the brown hair she tried out at the time, Sienna is open to swapping her signature blonde locks for a darker shade in the future.

"I would have brown hair again, maybe not as dull as that brown. Maybe something a bit richer," she explained.

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