Christina Ricci Lightens Up! Like Her New Do?

10/30/2007 at 06:00 AM ET

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Christina Ricci has long been known for her moody and unusual beauty — usually toppped off with jet black hair. But this weekend, she debuted a new lighter look at a Louis Vuitton event in Los Angeles. As much as we liked her dark ’20s inspired bob, we love her softer, honey-flecked new look that really sets off her eyes. But we want to know what you think! Tell us: Do you like Christina with lighter brown hair? Should she go back to black?

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Jaime on

I love this look on her, she looks much more youthful.

Anonymous on

yes she look very pretty

jen on

5 trillion times better!!!!!!!!

jen on

5 trillion times better

Chrisie on

This new color looks awesome on Christina!! And please, for heaven’s sakes, keep the bangs, SO MUCH BETTER!!

Dawn on

She looks absolutely amazing. I’ve always thought she had a harsh, sort of goth look, but with this change she looks stunning!

Danni on

Love the new color! It’s less harsh and more fresh…it looks beautiful on her :)

LB on

She looks stunning with this color. Love it!

sarah on

i love it!

Kate on

Love it! The more natural look is great on her. Then again, she looks stunning in black as well.

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