Rumer Willis's New Black Hair: Love It Or Hate It?

08/17/2009 at 01:00 PM ET

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When Rumer Willis celebrated her 21st birthday in Las Vegas over the weekend, her sexy sequined Toni Maticevski dress wasn’t the only thing turning heads. The birthday-girl changed up her look with new raven-hued locks. And while the bold red color she’d rocked for months played up her porcelain complexion, we’re loving how the darker color brings out her resemblance to her famous mom, Demi Moore. Tell us: What do you think of Rumer’s new black do?

FILED UNDER: Demi Moore , Hair

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Wanda Vela on

I think Rumer is very beautiful and looks great with any color she chooses. And to the fool talking bad things about her shut up. You do not talk about other people. Didn’t your mother teach you that if you do not have nice things to say just keep it to yourself. If not take heed to this note. Thank you

Rose on

Looks SO much better…love it

kim on


mike nike on

It looks better than the red hair.

Lori on

I can’t believe how nasty some people are about a beautiful young woman. I didn’t realize that people were expected to critique her looks. Stop being jealous of the fact this girl would be beautiful in any hair color! My goodness no wonder our youth are lacking confidence these days!

Momma Mia on


You are a beautiful person, both inside and out. I know how hurtful and petty it is for everyone to be able to voice their opinion about your appearance. You’ve got what it takes;just keep going and don’t look back.

Dave on

Poor girl, you cannot do much -her face is the problem.

ruthie on

She looks beautiful as a brunette. The red and blonde looks that she has done over the years never complimented her features even a percentage as much as dark hair has.

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