Whitney Port Dyes Her Hair 'Tangerine-y Red'

06/10/2011 at 01:30 PM ET

Whitney Port Red Hair

Look who’s riding the redhead wave! Former reality starlet Whitney Port dyed her hair this week, going from the darker red she’d sported this spring to a “tangerine-y red color,” she tells PEOPLE. “I needed a change. I’ve kind of had ADD with my hair color.” Port, who rose to fame with her sun-kissed golden locks, says she was “sick of the blonde,” so she called on colorist Johnny Ramirez of Neil George to spice her hue up a bit. Is another color change in the works, maybe later this summer? “Probably,” she hints. Port, speaking to PEOPLE in New York City during Snapple’s celebration of National Iced Tea Day Friday, said that aside from her hair color, lately she’s focusing strictly on her clothing line, Whitney Eve. “I’m hoping to show [at Fashion Week],” she shares. “I’m working out the details of that right now.” Tell us: Do you prefer Port as a blonde or redhead? Kate Hogan


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Raven on

hair color is NEVER going to help the nose.

Stephanie on

No, not a fan. Sorry Whit :(

Nan on

why is this important????

stillrainin on

Why did she dye her hair orange?

Kristen on

Ewwwwww….not an attractive shade at all!!

K on

Who cares about Whitney anymore? Maybe because this is the only “bad” thing she’s ever done in her life. It’s not a good hair color on her skin tone anyway.

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