Rihanna Goes Blonde: Love It or Hate It?

09/23/2009 at 02:56 PM ET

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Never one to play it safe, Rihanna hit the streets with a daring new look, and we don’t mean her minidress and laser-cut thigh high boots. Check out all those heavy blonde highlights! It’s almost the flip of Drew Barrymore‘s dark tips on her blond bob. We always enjoy seeing what Rihanna is up to next, and we love that she’s lightening up for fall. Tell us: What do you think of Rihanna’s blonde streaks? Do you love them or hate them?

FILED UNDER: Hair , Rihanna
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tweety on

Ella A- u r not the only one that liked her long hair. I don’t get into girls or anything but she was much cuter with the long hair then she does now ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww the blonde does her no justice

Shayla on

I think she looks kinda scary…i mean i normally like all her hairstyles but i dont know about this one….

mollyb on

Run don’t walk to get this mess fixed!!!

mollyb on


Jessica on

It looks like she took a bottle of yellow mustard to her hair

Jules on


Scarlett on

Her hair is really bad, what was she thinking?

Dee on

I’ve never been a fan of Rihanna’s style and this blonde hair thing is exactly why. I understand the want to be different, but why look bad while being different, it’s not needed.

Barbara on

Hate It!!!!!!

SallY on

if her hair was all done up then i wud like it

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