Lily Allen Goes Pink: Love It or Hate It?

06/04/2008 at 08:54 AM ET

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This British pop star is no stranger to changing her hair. Just a few months ago she dyed her dark locks to a striking blonde, and now she is at it again. Lily Allen arrived at Glamour Magazine’s Women of the Year Awards in London last night showing off a head of bright pink hair complete with a sweet bow headband. On close inspection, it doesn’t seem to be a wig — it looks pink to the roots! Pink highlights might have been fun with her punky style, but the whole head? It might make color-coordinating her outfits just a little too tough! Tell us: What do you think of Lily Allen’s new pink do’? Do you love it or hate it?

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Annick on

Eeeeew No No No

Abi on

why would anyone get rid of there natural hair color????it luks stupid, pink could pull it off but not her

jax on

thank you Krista, I new it wasn’t a wig!

Meghan on

i think it is so cute i wish i could do that but my rent wouldnt let me
she look reallt cute!!!!!

paige on

love it

Winnie on

Who gives about her pink hair? She killed bambi and put pictures of it all over her dress!

Mary on

It looks good! Her face isn’t overwhelmed by it as most people’s would be.

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Mattie on

Pink hair looks absolutely stunning on her. I mean, being a popstar means you can try new things, right?

Steph on

Somebody call Disney!! I think they’re missing a character!!

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