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Britney Spears Heads to the Dark Side – Blonde vs. Brunette?

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Britney Spears has never been one to shy away from change (especially when it comes to her appearance) and her sudden change from golden blonde locks to a chocolate brown hue was no different.

It’s been a long time since Brit-Brit has had a breakdown (touch wood) but her darker ‘do has always been synonymous with tough times.

The majority of the time that Britney spent dealing with personal issues (remember the British accent and the frequent emergency trips to the hospital?) she sported her dark locks. It was only when her real hair started growing back out (after the head-shaving incident) that Brit began seeing a positive change in her life.

While we don’t mind Spears with dark hair – we definitely prefer her signature blonde style.

Take a look at the two photos below and let us know which way you prefer America’s pop princess.


2 Responses to “Britney Spears Heads to the Dark Side – Blonde vs. Brunette?”

  1. Ludite says:

    Stay brown love. Less hassle dealing with your roots – has gotta be WAAAY better for the environment :)


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  2. Megan says:

    The brown hair is okay… but blonde looks way better!!


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