Should Charlize Theron Go Back to Blonde?

02/06/2007 at 06:00 AM ET

Charlize Theron has been laying low these days, so when we saw her last week at the East of Havana screening in NYC, we were totally surprised by how different she looked. We tend to think of Charlize as a sunny blonde so it took us a minute to fully register her severely slicked back brunette hair and red lips. Clearly, she’s a beauty either way, but the looks are so different that we can’t resist comparing! Tell us: Should Charlize go back to blonde? Or do you like her new brunette locks?

P.S. While you’re thinking about haircolor, what do you think of Jessica Simpson’s new reddish-brown do? Let us know!

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RACHEL on

IT REALLY DOESNT MATTER WHAT COLOR HER HAIR IS,EITHER WAY SHE IS STILL BEAUTIFUL!!

Caroline on

i hope she goes back to blonde! she’s looks better blonde

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blonde for sure :)

Cole Sommella on

Charlize Theron is such a very very beautiful woman. She also has a flawless skin and i love her acting skills.

Maddison Richards on

A few workers in our area got Salmonella poisoning. It is a good thing that they did not die and they have fully recovered. :

Kimberly Bell on

A few workers in our area got Salmonella poisoning. It is a good thing that they did not die and they have fully recovered. *

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