Are You Loving Drew Barrymore's Rich New Hair Color?

10/30/2012 at 11:00 AM ET

Drew Barrymore Hair Color
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New baby, new look! Drew Barrymore debuted a deep brunette hair hue Saturday night at the LACMA Art + Film gala in L.A., a major change from the ombré style she’d been sporting throughout her pregnancy.

The actress, a hair color chameleon, has experimented a lot in the past three years, trying everything from red and dip-dyed to blonde and brunette.

“Drew likes to keep her look fresh,” her stylist told PEOPLE last year. “We like to try new things when the seasons change.” Our opinion? This new chocolatey brown hue is a perfect choice for fall. Tell us: Are you a fan of Barrymore’s new look?


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Lia on

wow, brunette hair really suits her

A a on

I think both blonde and this color suit her well, however, blonde suits her a bit more.
It does look shiny and healthy though

nichole c on

Better than the blonde hair

Tracie on

It looks great, but I like her blonde.

SayinitLikeItIs on

She’s cute in all hair colors

UnKnown on

Love her new hair color, but Drew looks good in just about any hair color. Not many people can pull off hair color like Drew can.

myladyeve on

Gorgeous! Much better than blond. Stay this way!

Michele on


Jen H-K on

Drew really can pull of any shade she tries.Lovely no matter what.

Amber on

Looks fantastic!

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