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Emma Stone, gorgeous and so funny!

I was THIS close to dying my hair dark red because I loved this look so much, but in no time she went blonde again. Emma has always been an inspiration in the hair department. She and I share a few of the same facial features which makes asking a stylist for her look more realistic than say, asking for Kim Kardashian hair. We both have green eyes, naturally dark brows and fare skin. I feel that if she can pull it off, so can I. Now, thanks to this hot new photo of her as a blond bombshell, I think I too am leaning a little more to the lighter side.

Which look do you like?

Rachel
XO

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  1. I do love the red on her, but then I really like her as a blonde. Its a hard choice. Do both. lol.

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  2. I have always had a soft spot for Gingers! Go for it!

    I bet the G-Unit would love it!!!

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  3. She can wear both, and so can you. You are beautiful either way.
    Your sister,
    Erica
    hugs and kisses

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  4. Love both looks and both of looks will look fab on you!

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  5. I know blonde is her natural color, but I've always preferred her darker. Makes her eyes and freckles pop so nicely! I love to play with haircolor. But fall and winter seems to call for some warm chesnut reds! My sister just went red actually!

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  6. I think both hair colors look good but I'm more partial to red. But I've never gone blonde so I can live through you if you do!

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  7. I am loving the white over here lady. Sorry I have been slacking... but I do enjoy stalking you on Instagram!! :) Oh and dark red... it's wonderful... I wish I had to guts to do that because I LOVE the colour... however, I do enjoy like your goldilocks too... hmm... tough decision... xx Love Elle xo

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  8. I tried every color and I went back to my dark brown. It's hard to keep up with the maintenance and it costs a lot of money...

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  9. I'm a blonde but I toy with the idea of dying my hair brown or deep red constantly. I don't think I'd ever be able to do it - I've never dyed my hair so I feel like I'd be a traitor to it if I started now, at 26 years old hahaha. I think she looks amazing with the blonde hair! Maybe it's the photo, but it gives her face a great shape and glow

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  10. I'm kind of in the same boat; fair, green eyes, natural brown hair (a medium color, definitely not dark brown), and while I spend most of my time blonde, how I feel most "me", I do enjoy going a nice, dark chocolate brown every winter, or every other winter. Change is nice, and when you suit both ways, why not?! She looks great any color.

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  11. damn she looks good as a blonde!

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  12. There is more definition with the dark colors contrasting the light skin! God dark red! :D

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