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Margot Robbie: 'I Feel Very Mysterious as a Brunette!'

03/05/2014 at 03:33 PM ET

MArgot Robbie brunette Kevork Djansezian/Getty

It didn’t take us long to decide we loved Margot Robbie’s brown hair when she debuted it on the red carpet at Sunday’s Oscars. It took her a little bit longer — but now she’s a convert.

“I did a movie and I didn’t have time to go back to blonde,” she told PEOPLE of her dark chocolate strands, which she wore femme-fatale style on the red carpet. “I’m liking it! I’m getting used to it. I feel very mysterious as a brunette!”

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The star, who Tweeted “She ain’t a Duchess no more,” from the set of Z for Zachariah (the film for which she went dark), is now thinking she might keep the brunette locks around for a while. “I might not dye it back right away,” she said. “I’ll wait until I know what my next movie is.”

Are you loving her as a brunette, or are you Team Blonde?

–Alex Apatoff, reporting by Aili Nahas

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jwcgd23 on

Reblogged this on Lita's Corner.

Gkm on

What did she do to her eyebrows? They look horrible!

Traisy on

This is not a good look

Leila on

She looks beautiful as a brunette!

 

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