Lauren Conrad Goes Brunette - For the Day! Love It or Hate It?

06/15/2009 at 11:35 AM ET

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Lauren Conrad is a California blonde through and through — except this weekend, when she tried out a short brunette bob created by star hairstylist Ken Paves while shooting in Los Angeles. Conrad took to her Twitter page to tell fans about the experience, twittering “Just finished our shoot. I got to wear a brown wig all day. It fun… Kinda like playing dress up.” The star struck poses outside the Marc Jacobs store in West Hollywood for Harper’s Bazaar looking a bit more Posh than her normal self. As sophisticated as Lauren looks as a brunette, we have to say that we prefer her with her normal long blonde locks. Tell us: What do you think of Lauren as a brunette? Should she dye her hair for real?

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Shanna on

hate it!

Stephanie on

she is pretty no matter what[:

Lana on

She looks so much better.

Tee on

Love her as a blonde… however, she is a BEAUTIFUL brunette!!! She is just so pretty :)

CHERYL on

she looks good…both ways suit her!!! LOVE HER

A on

Like the color – hate the style.

tan on

I actually think she looks good! I admire someone that’s not afraid of change!

Meg on

Love the brown hair. Hate the fake tan.

Jess on

i love it!

amy on

the color is really pretty on her, but not digging the cut of the wig all that much.

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