Ashley Tisdale Goes Back to Blonde: Love It Or Hate It?

09/21/2009 at 10:45 AM ET

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After almost a year as a brunette, Ashley Tisdale is back to blonde! Over the weekend, the High School Musical 3 star traded her edgier dark brown hair for a flaxen-haired look, and Tweeted about the experience. “Finishing my hair! Just wait till you see it. Aaahhhh!!!,” she told fans. After revealing the finished look, she explained, “I loved being my natural color but Its for an upcoming project which I’m really excited to share with you soon. I love you all! Xoxo”. Tell us: Are you glad Ashley is blonde again, or did you think she looked better as a brunette?

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jen on

Hate it. The brunette was rich in color, natural-looking and attractive.

OK on

She looks ‘HOT’ no matter if she’s blond/dark brown. I love her. She is supper, supper cute!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Kristina on

love it blonde!!!!!

Nicole on

I think it looks great either way!(:
Love it!

unoit on

luv both!!!!!!!!!!

elsa caceres on

personally she is not attractive…any color will be the same…she is not like vanessa…gorgeous

Valerie on

I dont think the color is so bad, its the extensions! It makes it look very very dry.

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Ebony on

Hate it!

Wendy! on

i love how she looks in blonde and bruntte!!!

canadian chick on

She would look good in anything she would look good in a duck suit.

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