As Tulisa becomes the latest star to go from brunette to blonde, take a look at other celebrities who have made the switch.
Tulisa is the latest celebrity to turn from brunette to blonde arriving at the High Court for her sex tape scandal case with a mane of golden curls. Well, gold tinged with orange – the downside of dramatic dye-jobs. Although her hair was overly dark before, we still prefer her as a brunette, she just needs to go for a softer, more golden brown next time.
Rihanna’s tried nearly every colour of the spectrum on her locks, but after a couple of months of platinum style, she unveiled her newly dark hair to a film premiere just yesterday: a vast improvement on those brassey tones, we say.
Next up on the hair-dying scene, eternally blonde model Jessica Stam has turned to the dark side, and though her pretty face could carry almost anything off, we miss the blue-eyed blonde from before.
This model just loves a change. First she goes from plus-size to sample-size, and now she’s ditched her gorgeous shiny black hair for this brassey blonde. A change too far? We think so too.
After public X Factor humiliation and a messy divorce, Cheryl unveiled a new blonde ‘do. Ageing and yellow-y we bet her bosses at L’Oreal were shaking their heads.
The cheeky Mancunian model burst onto the scene with her platinum bob and despite dalliances with jet black (and flaming red) she’ll always be a blonde in our eyes.
ABBEY LEE KERSHAW
Much as we loved her girl-next-door mouse, top model Abbey Lee’s bleached blonde tresses suit her rock-chic style.
Any colour in the world wouldn’t taint the Queen of Cool, Beyonce.
Oh wow… In her WAG glory days VB was a bona fide boob-y blonde, but fast forward a few years and a successful fashion label later, and Beckham’s a leading brunette. Much better.
Though Johansson’s pretty face could carry most colours, that Monroe-esque glamour looks that much better topped off with platinum curls.
Blonde? Brunette? Whichever. Everyone’s favourite actress Carey Mulligan can do no wrong in our eyes!
Experiment as she might, Reese Witherspoon will always be the ultimate blonde.
Some people just have all the luck: McAdams is a total beauty both ways.
Eek! That dark brown hair is too severe for pint-sized pop princess Kylie Minogue.
A very good example of why those with dark hair should reconsider blonde: it’s called green.
Though we loved Cameron’s dalliance with dark locks, she’s the ultimate beach babe and should have blonde locks to match.
Honey-coloured skin and luscious brown hair, Jessica Alba’s dark Latin colouring needs no messing with.
‘The Hunger Games’ star dyed her natural blonde locks brown for her turn the film – a move which cost $30,000 – so that she she could get just the right hue of chesnut the first time around.
Time might have fooled observers into thinking supermodel Kate Moss is a natural blonde, but that is definitely not the case. Moss embraced her natural hue circa 1999.
The ultimate blue-eyed blonde, actress Sienna Miller experimented with dark dresses almost 10 years ago. We’re firmly in the blonde is best camp.
Hollywood beauty Charlize could probably pull off green hair if she wanted to, but we’re big fans of her beachy-blonde mane.
EVAN RACHEL WOOD
Actress and style chameleon Evan Rachel co-ordinated her dye job to porcelain skin when dark, and warm foundation when blonde. We think her gothic side is the most dramatic.
Youthful actress or Hollywood glamazon? Drew’s whole persona changes with a slick of the dye.
Source from: http://fashion.telegraph.co.uk/galleries/TMG9386668/4/Fashion-magazine-covers-August-2012.html
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