EXCLUSIVE: Lauren Conrad Goes Brunette for Harper's Bazaar

07/15/2009 at 05:26 PM ET

Courtesy of Harper’s Bazaar

We already got a sneak peek at Lauren Conrad‘s brunette tresses when she was spotted on the set of a photo shoot for Harper’s Bazaar and now, the images are out! The fashion magazine had the California girl change up her signature blonde hair for a day-long experiment. But even a wig wasn’t enough to disguise the famous reality star. “I think initially the wig threw people off, but they figured it out. I felt like it only disguised me for a moment, and then it made me feel like I was hiding, which made me feel silly,” Lauren tells Harper’s. Lauren might have considered dying her hair dark to keep the Hills producers from for coercing her to come back on screen, but “I went into a wig store and tried on a brown wig, and they all laughed at me. All these women [who worked there] were like, ‘You look like Hannah Montana.’ So after a day in her dark wig, Lauren’s verdict was in. “Day to day, I can only do blonde. Everything else makes me look sort of plain-Jane.” Pick up the August issue of Harper’s Bazaar to read more about of Lauren’s day as a brunette. Issue hits stands July 21st. Tell us: Do you think Lauren looks good as a brunette?

CLICK THROUGH TO SEE HARPER BAZAAR’S AUGUST COVER WITH KATE WINSLET!

Courtesy of Harper’s Bazaar

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Lily on

Actually, she has the skin tone to be blonde or brunette. I think the darker hair just takes some getting used to on her. It’s much more dramatic, and definitely makes you look twice at her. Hair color is such an easily changeable thing. She could do it with a much lighter shade of brown if what she tried wig-wise is too dark for her taste. She’s too young to believe she’s going to be blonde forever. God Bless her if that’s what she really wants, but man that would personally bore me to tears.

Tori on

Hey melanie..Blondes may do it better but brunettes remember it the next morning:p

becca on

she looks fab, theres not much i could say in the negative region to a girly that looks good with lighter hair, then go and pull the darker off, luuuvvvsss it!!

Allison on

Do you think Lauren looks good as a brunette? Absolutely! She looks very sophisticated and hope she sticks with this look for awhile. She wears it well. :)

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E on

LOL @ everything but blonde making her look plain Jane. She IS plain Jane.

Lizzie on

Every girl wants to try being a brunette, but not every girl can handle it!

Rebecca Cruz on

She was on Laguna Beach and The Hills for years, she never got to really live. Now she is taking the opportunity to do other things that make her happy. Why are all of you so judgemental? Your not her so stop judging her and what she does with her life.

Abby on

Don’t be a hater….She’s not an idiot! I love her and she looks great as a brunette or a blonde.

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