Ashlee Simpson-Wentz Goes Back To Blonde: Love It or Hate It?

12/24/2008 at 12:00 PM ET

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Just over a month after the birth of baby Bronx Mowgli, new mom Ashlee Simpson-Wentz is back to her famous blonde hair. The stylish mom debuted her new light do yesterday while holiday shopping in Beverly Hills. We love seeing Ashlee with this sunny color — just like her famous blonde older sister Jessica. Tell us: What do you think of Ashlee’s blonde do?

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manda on

i dont like either one. i dont care for ashley

LB on

Eewww either way, I think she should go brunette. Both colors are too extreme.

Taylor on

I deffenitely like the redish brown hair better! The blonde hair didnt look right on her! Yuck!!!

Delilah on

Eh, brunette was better. Red was the best.

Kelly on

It looks like she bought some collagen while holiday shopping too. She’s still gorgeous though.

mela on

I love it! I think it looks more natural with her skin tone.

Cassie on

I like the blonde better. The red didn’t look great!

Frenchie on

I like the red better(not that pic.. you guys chose a horiable picture) but the blonde is not bad.

kelli on

she looks so much better with blonde.

Chloe on

I personally didn’t like the red on her. To me if your going to dye your hair at least make it look somewhat real. Hers just looked above fake, she looks better as a blonde.

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