Should Miley Cyrus Dye Her Hair Dark Again? Vote!

05/05/2009 at 12:42 PM ET

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Miley Cyrus might be recognizable these days for her light brown locks, but last year around this time, the star was rocking nearly-raven locks in response to her breakup with Nick Jonas. And it looks like there might be a hair color change in the works again. After assuring her fans this weekend that her desire to change her hair color “doesn’t have aything to do with my relationship status, I just wanna dye my hurr!,” Miley is taking to Twitter again today to dish about her hair woes, saying, “my hair is having some seriouuusss issues! idk [I don’t know] what to do! grr! I think I’m gonna go back dark.” After giving the color change a half an hour’s thought she returns with, “I don’t wanna dye it black just like a dark brown. My natural.” We like Miley’s hair both ways, but we want to know what you think. Vote now!

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falloutgirl on

The first thing I want to know is, why should the entire world care about Miley Cyrus’s hair color? Sixteen year-olds should be concerned about other things than dying their hair. I’m Miley’s age, I’ve never changed my hair color, and somehow I manage to survive. I think it’s ridiculous and shallow to go on the internet and write about wanting to get their hair dyed (again) and then having it end up on PEOPLE! I mean, don’t you all have anything else to talk about? And really, I think Miley is way too young to dye her hair all the time. I think that the only reason to dye your hair is when you’re 50 and you’re going grey. If you do everything when you’re young, like Miley, then you’ll have nothing to look forward to when you’re older. You’re only a kid once, and Miley’s going to look back at her youth and realize that she wasted it away trying to grow up too fast.

Kelli on

Are you serious? My sister is her age & she dyes her hair all the time. I am 24 & dyed my hair when I was her age & I haven’t stoped since, it might shock you to hear but I have great hair!
Why not experiment with hair colow when you are young? You really need to get out more.

Dawn on

Good lordy, she’s a teenager, she shouldn’t be coloring her hair at all. What I would give for YOUNG hair again. The first time I dyed my hair, I was 32 and regret it.

Kerry on

Her hair looks better lighter. I think the dark hair made her look a lot older than she is. I know if I was still 16, I would want to look that age for as long as possible.

Dave Brooklyn on

Who cares?

Nichole on

Have some of you ever thought that stories like this are JUST FOR FUN?! Why so serious? This isn’t, it’s

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KC Frey on

WHO CARES!! My god I’m so sick of seeing her on the front page of everything, can we possibly move on. Who cares what color her frkng hair is.

Trish on

The lighter hair suits her much better – and I usually love dark locks.

CH on

She looks great either way but the darker hair gives her more of an edge and stands out more.

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