Drew's New Two-Tone Do: Love It Or Hate It?

09/10/2009 at 01:50 PM ET

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Drew Barrymore certainly isn’t tame when it comes to her beauty looks. In the last year alone, she’s rocked everything from an exaggerated Marilyn Monroe-inspired bob at the Golden Globes, to streaks of blue paint for an indie music event. So when she switched to a conservative blonde bob recently, we knew it couldn’t last long. And Drew lived up to her daring ways last night, turning out in Boston to promote her film Whip It having dipped the ends of her long bob in black dye. Her two-tone do works with her punky plaid shirt and heavy liner, but will we see her sporting it to next week’s Emmy Awards? What do you think of Drew’s latest beauty change-up?

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