Kristen Stewart Goes Back to Brunette (and Ireland Baldwin Joins Her)

08/04/2014 at 11:09 AM ET

Kristen Stewart brunettePascal Le Segretain/Getty; Masatoshi Okauchi/Rex U

All good (or bad, depending on your view of Kristen Stewart‘s latest hair color) things must come to an end — and the actress has just bid farewell to her bright-orange locks, returning to her more signature light brunette locks. The star had gone for a washed-out neon orange for her role in American Ultra, but she appeared to be somewhat attached to the shade, keeping it around even after filming wrapped. In July, the shade was still intact (though somewhat faded) when she chopped her below-shoulder-length strands into a chin-grazing cut.

But she seems to have finally run her course with the Day-Glo shade, stepping out at a Tokyo press conference with Equals co-star Nicholas Hoult showing off her newly dyed chestnut bob. But because she’s Kristen Stewart, she kept the style a little loose and casual, opting for a tousled, gelled and combed-back wet look with a fresh-faced makeup palette and her favorite pair of jeans.

Ireland Baldwin, 18, also appears to have gone over to the “dark side” in this Instagram shot she posted of herself hanging with Kylie Jenner, 16, and their mutual friend Telana. She only captioned the photo “so much love 💗,” with no mention of the new hue, but her ponytail is decidedly darker than the light blonde shade she was sporting in her most recent Rampage ads. Baldwin has been blue and purple so we wouldn’t be surprised if she was blonde (or green or red) again tomorrow. (We’d also like to know if that exposed underwear look she’s rocking is going to catch on.)

Are you enjoying these Monday morning hair changes?

–Alex Apatoff

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Trina.ADR on

Hike up your pants and put on a bra. Gross.

Guest on

Isn’t Kylie Jenner a little young to be hanging out with these two girls, aren’t they a few years older. Funny my friend’s daughter is the same age as Kylie and you would never know it, Kylie seems like she’s 30, which isn’t good for a teen. I think Kendall will be ok, but I think they are going to have problems with this one. She is going to be looking for her place within her famous sisters but won’t quite find it. Kris will do her best to make a way for this one to find her own fame, but it will never be Kendall status or Kim for that matter.

Ali on

Kylie is days away from being 17. FYI. Not that she is acting her age but still there is a huge difference than 15 and 17.

Heather on

yeah, 15 is a big difference from 17. She is turning 17 in a few days.

Bill on

I think these women/girls rank right up there with the likes of Helen Keller and Anne Frank when it comes to great women in history. I mean, look at all the adoration they get.

NoDoubt! on

Kristen Stewart…BLAH

Lollipop on

What a bunch of non good looking young women.

TIa on

At least Kristin Stewart has a real career, like her or not. The others, eh, no talent, no careers, famous for absofreakinglutely nothing… riding Mommy and Daddy’s coattails for one and the other one we won’t discuss.

Bill on

Looks like they got together for a group binge & purge.

Bill on

Looks like a get together for a group binge & purge.

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