What Do You Think of Lindsay Lohan's Dark Look?

01/16/2008 at 02:13 PM ET

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We’ve seen Lindsay Lohan with dark hair before — and blonde and red! — but we still couldn’t help but take a closer look when she stepped out yesterday in Los Angeles with mysterious new dark hair (we’re guessing it’s a wig!). The shoulder-length cut, the sideswept bangs and the dark color add up to a style we just haven’t seen Lindsay try out before. Is it a look worth making permanent? We want to know what you think! Tell us: Do you like the shorter, darker hair on Lindsay? Or should she stick with the long blonde hair?

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laura on

I love her red HAIR, its her natural look, and red heads are sassy , she needs to show her true self! looks good with her eyes

laura on

I love her red hair! i also loved the blond and red streaks together. its her natural color! goes well with her eyes.

Lis on

I prefered her long red hair to be honest <3

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