Rumer Willis's New Black Hair: Love It Or Hate It?

08/17/2009 at 01:00 PM ET

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When Rumer Willis celebrated her 21st birthday in Las Vegas over the weekend, her sexy sequined Toni Maticevski dress wasn’t the only thing turning heads. The birthday-girl changed up her look with new raven-hued locks. And while the bold red color she’d rocked for months played up her porcelain complexion, we’re loving how the darker color brings out her resemblance to her famous mom, Demi Moore. Tell us: What do you think of Rumer’s new black do?

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charlotte on

I think Rumer looks great as a brunette. It suits her complexion and she looks beautiful!

catshy on

wow ! she looks like demi – well sort of

Diana Palinkas on

I really like it. The red was awful on her. She should keep her hair dark.

Mason on

Go back to your red hair. That gave you your spunk! Everyone’s got spunk! Yours is your red hair! So go back to the spunky Rumer that we all know.

pexi on

Loving it

Trish on

I loved her in red hair and now in black hair. She looks beautiful both ways! I like her in whichever color hair makes her the most happy! :)

Kerri on

Isn’t that her natural color? Of couse it looks good. But really who cares??

Ashley on

Love the dark hair, paired with the smokey eyes. The red hair might have been spunky, but it didn’t do anything to bring out her eyes, which are her most striking feature. Happy 21st!

kimmie on

I think she looks nothing like Demi. She has her own unique look. Either way she is very pretty.

Traci on

I think Rumer looks gorgeous with black hair. It really brings her eyes out. She’s a beautiful young lady just like her mom. Good job Rumer.

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