Selma Blair Goes Platinum! Love it or Hate it?

02/12/2007 at 02:00 PM ET

Mike Carrillo/Louise Barnsley/pacific coast news

First Selma Blair got a radical ’80s haircut, and now she’s gone for high impact color! Selma emerged from her salon last week, having ditched her naturally black hair for platinum, almost-white locks. We don’t know yet if it’s a role or just for fun, but it’s shocking to see her with such light hair. We love that takes such risks with her looks, but we want to know what you think. Tell us: What do you think of Selma Blair’s new platinum hair color? Love it or Hate it?

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linda on

Bravo, it’s great, also shows that she is a very secure person, not worried about what other people think and definitely doesn’t follow the Hollywood trend for the long strands (so boring).

KASIE on

HATE IT…. LOVE THE DARK HAIR BETTER ON HER. THE NEW DO LOOKS MANLY!

Kasey on

YUCK, its so UNATTRACTIVE, but she is anyways, oops, i mean her hair….loose the blonde!!

princssweb on

she looks like Sharon Stone this way…what a trip!

KRYSTAL on

NO, NO, HUNNY!! GO BACK TO DARK HAIR, PLEASE!

jessie on

nice hair cut.. for a guy!!
hate it on her!!eeewwwwww…….

alexander boccanegra on

¡linda,linda,linda,linda…

alexander boccanegra on

¡linda,linda,linda,linda….

stylenews.peoplestylewatch.com on

Selma blair goe.. I like it :)

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