What's Lindsay's Best Look? Natural or Glam?

10/26/2006 at 03:00 PM ET

Many of us spend our early twenties playing with our looks, and Lindsay Lohan is no exception. From changing her hair color to going curly to changing looks at one event, Lohan loves to experiment with her appearance, including her makeup. She went natural and neutral at the Venice Film Festival, but recently hyped up the glamour quotient with dark, glittery liner and bold red lips at a fashion party in Paris. Tell us: which look do you like better on Lindsay? Natural or glam?

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Leanne on

Lindsy Lohan is a beautiful girl and she doesn’t need all that make-up. It seems whoever did her make-up put too much of it on. Lindsy Lohan has a face where she can go natural or lightly apply make-up. In my opinion with all that make-up she looks like when your kids playing with it while having a slumber party. AS THEY SAY, LESS IS MORE!

Rebecca on

I normally prefer the natural look, but in these photos, Lindsay looks better with her “glamorous” smoky eyes and red lipstick. I definitely like her hair color closer to natural- I love red hair, so I really hope she goes back. Blonde just did not look good on her at all.

Liz on

natural, definitely!

Elena on

Lindsay is a pretty girl with or without makeup, but she really should rethink her tan (think Nicole Kidman). She looks like she’s in a desperate need of a good scrub. Isn’t a lighter tan “in” these days? At least it should be. There’s nothing pretty or sexy about looking, well, like your peronal hygiene needs work.

Holy Candy on

Depends on the event. Regardless, she should return to her fiery red roots. Makes her more distinctive!

Anne on

Lindsey looks better in her natural state but deliver us from her constant fashion foibles! It always makes me snicker when people say, “Oh … so you don’t like so-and-so? Well then, you’re just a hater/jealous/etc.” Puh-leeze. I see nothing in these vacuous “stars” to be envious of. By all outward appearances, the majority of them are incapable of an intelligent conversation, rational or truly noteworthy thought or deed, and the list goes on. Sure, I’d like to have their money, but you can stuff the excessive lifestyle and rampant brain death that Paris, Nicole, Mischa, Lindsey, the cadaverous Olsen twins et al tend to exhibit on a regular basis.

Kerstin on

It´s like changeing your hair colour,both blond and brunette suite you, but one is definetly stronger! Everyone can pull off glam, cause it´s so feminine, though in her case, she has so very unique look, that even no make-up would compliment her :)!

Amber on

I think she looks beautiful both ways, I’d say she looks better glam only cause makeup enhances a persons beauty(well not everbody); but she looks gorgeous either way.

Becky on

I used to think she was beautiful but she is now looking haggard and old. but anyway she does look better batural i have been noticing that her face is tan and her legs and arms are pasty white so she looks overdone. shouldn’t the foubdation match your skin to avoid looking weird like that. but she keeps partying like she does she is going to need a face lift by 30.

Stephanella on

Becky, do you know how old she is?!

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