Rose McGowan Goes Strawberry Blonde: Love It or Hate It?

10/19/2007 at 06:00 AM ET


Rose McGowan may have tongues wagging with her recent engagement to Grindhouse director Robert Rodriguez, but we are way more interested in talking about her new strawberry blonde hair! We’ve seen Rose go lighter before during her Charmed years, but we’ve gotten so used to the actress being a throwback to brunette screen sirens of the past with dark retro curls. Rose debuted her new do while out to dinner with her fiance, and what a change it is! We want to know what you think of her new look. Tell us: Do you love Rose’s new lighter do or do you hate it?

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alyson on

i think she looks really pretty! i love her hair then AND now!

Jon on

Great. I love the lighter hair

alia on

she looks great!
she had her hair this color on Charmed like 5 years ago, and I always liked it like that…

Much better look for Rose:)

ALY on

I like it, it’s cute and works well on her. The lighter hair makes Rose look younger.

Quiana on


Eva on

I think she looks cute in Both !

Caitlin on

I like it. Her face looks weird in the picture though.

Jules on

I love her!!! She is a very beautiful and talented girl. I do like the darker hair better! It gives her a different look than everyone else in her celebrity world.

Lily on

I love it! She looks so good

August on

i loved when she was red but shes my favourite one of actors shes adorable!

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