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Hilary Duff Goes 'Suuuuper Blonde' for Spring

03/28/2014 at 12:58 PM ET

Hilary Duff dyes her hairSteve Granitz/Wireimage;Courtesy Hilary Duff

Lately, there have been tumbleweeds blowing around the ol’ Hair Changes Corral. After an insane wave of pixie cuts earlier this year, stars have been sticking to their same lengths and hues, leaving us to consider the different variations of Kim Kardashian’s extensions. Fortunately Hilary Duff has stepped in, debuting a new, super-light blonde look, which we can now discuss.

It’s the next step in her blonde evolution — last fall, she ditched her longtime ombré roots in favor of an allover lighter shade, tweeting, ““Bye bye ombré hair! Just a strait Blondie.” Then Thursday, she took the look to the next level, posting a photo to Twitter with the caption “Suuuuper blonde. No extensions @uppercasey murdered my color today 5 hrs. 100+foils #nobiggie.” (Our resident color expert Brittany Talarico says over iChat: “100 foils? OMG. That’s five hours before cut and blowout. A good chunk of your day. Bring breakfast and lunch to the salon.”)

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We don’t know if we can officially call this new look a “breakover” (despite her recent separation from husband Mike Comrie, she doesn’t seem to be in better-after-breakup revenge mode). In fact, she once told us she changes up her hair due to boredom, so maybe we can just chalk it up to that? At any rate, what’s really important is How are you feeling about Duff’s new do? Tell us below.

–Alex Apatoff

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Smithy on

Different hair. Same tight sausage legs in skinny jeans with the latest boots, hat and purse. She loves to shop.

ttr on

not good. she looks like rita ora now. im sure thats not the look she was going for. wrong color for her skin tone.

Hilda on

She has been to the Kardashian surgeon, clearly.

nell on

Going to a lighter shade of blonde is not really a change for her. Going brunette or redhead would be a change.

Reader on

I don’t think she had work done. Women often lose the ‘fullness’ in their faces as they reach their late twenties. Compare any actress at age 18 with her at 25 or 29, and you’ll notice the same thing (even in Jennifer Lawrence!). I’m just a few years older than Hilary, and a similar build, and my face definitely has more sharp angles now than it had at 18. It’s not a bad thing, I just don’t look like I’m 18 anymore. Hilary looks beautiful, and the hair is fun.

Meia on

She does not even look close to the same person. She has had some major work done. I know people change as they get older, but not that much. I personally like the old face better. This new one looks super fake!

skiiy on

Would some please tell these celebs that natural is best. She looks like a blonde Kim K. and that is not compliment.

Chihuahua Mom on

I like the “before” hair color better on her.

Mimi on

I thought the photo on the right was of Kim Kardashian! I didn’t even realize it was Hillary. I don’t like it. She was beautiful the way she was…

Nancy on

Are you sure this is even the same person? She looks so different in the second picture it doesn’t even look like Hilary.

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