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Britney Goes Brunette: Does It Work?

12/11/2006 at 01:43 PM ET

We just can’t keep up: We’ve barely finished breathlessly recounting the details of Britney Spears’ post-divorce makeover, when she — oops! — did it again. The newly single pop star stepped out Dec. 8 in L.A. with newly dark hair, continuing her follicular ping-ponging over the past few months. No word on whether her stylist Rita Hazan — who was responsible for Brit’s short-lived blonde bob — engineered this makeover as well. What’s your take: Do you like Britney better blonde or brunette?

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Joey on

If she wore either color with style, both would look fine. She looks like she rarely brushes her hair or puts any effort into what it looks like – besides dying it every week! Blonde or brunette, her, and her hair always looks messy!

Lizzy on

I think that people really need to find something to do in their life rather than critique someone they don’t even know. Britney is living her life, and yes it may be a little different than how everyone else lives. But she is a young woman and a mother who does her own thing. I think she looks great as a brunette and the change was needed.

gg on

Hey Michelee, why be so hard on Candi. I agree with her. All extentions that these “socialites” are wearing these days look dreadful. Maybe they would look a little better if they actually GROOMED them. My point is, why cut if off if you are just going to go back and put in faux long locks again. Leave it alone if that is going to be the case! Or, pay someone that knows how to do them and let them go at it. Jessica Simpson is a prime example. He tresses look descent with or without extentions.

Stacy on

Does it matter what color it is? It’s called *washing* and *conditioning* and **brushing**. Seriously, at least make an attempt at hygiene.

Courtney on

She looks So beautiful BOTH ways! It doesnt matter because she can pull them both off.

C on

Yuck … another dull brown dye job. Looks like that spray-in hair color my kids use on Halloween. Britney would look nice in a lighter brown that’s highlighted so it doesn’t look like flat brown doll hair.

wildflower on

giving birth doesn’t make you a mother. A mother is a woman who raises her own child and teaches them right from wrong, loves them, kisses the boo-boo’s, not the woman who is sleeping off a hang over while the nanny takes care of the kids…that is just called a breeding machine.

amber on

i like the dark hair on britney, i think shes pretty, yes she has made a few fashion mistakes but haven’t we all.

Sheila Marie D. Titong on

I agree with one comment that it doesn’t matter if her hair is blonde or brunette. I just hope she polish it. I mean looks like dry hair to me. I really like you Britney and I hope to see the pop princess that you used to be. A chic and trendy star. I know you are going to the hard times. I’ll keep you in my Prayers. Good Luck!

Jillian on

I like her brown hair MUCH better than her blonde hair. with blonde hair, you have to keep it perfect at all times, or else it looks trashy. Brown hair, on the other hand, looks kind of cute when its touseled. Besides, brown gives off a classier look.

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