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Is Paris Hilton Wigging Out?

12/27/2011 at 10:00 AM ET

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New hair color alert — or just new hair? Paris Hilton hit Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills on Monday sporting long black locks under a black leather hat.

Though she remained mum on the topic — avoiding any talk of hair color on Twitter — it’s not the first time the starlet has tried going brunette. She’s sported dark wigs multiple times in the past several years, often posting photos online for fans to see.

However, just days before her Beverly Hills blackout, Hilton was spotted in Aspen looking blonde as usual. Perhaps the heiress is going dark for a day in homage to her Real Housewives of Beverly Hills aunt, Kyle Richards? Tell us: What do you think of Hilton’s dark hair?

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Jessica on

I think it suits her with the dark outfit.

n on

paris hilton is realy hot plus she knows how to break rules with confidence so .. even if her hair was green i guess it will look sexy on her !

hair extensions on

All of our hair is temple hair, meaning it was cut from the temple and not mixed in the process, all hair is kept aligned in the same direction.

 

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