Dianna Agron Dyes Her Hair Red

04/03/2013 at 10:28 AM ET

Dianna Agron red hairNATIONAL PHOTO GROUP

Has the Disney Channel been showing repeats of The Little Mermaid lately?

First, Ariel Winter showed off her Ariel (the mermaid)-inspired hair, and now Glee‘s Dianna Agron appears to have borrowed the same dye.

Though Agron is normally light blonde, this isn’t her first foray into slightly out-there hair: she rocked hot pink hair in 2011.

But this new fire-red shade looks more natural — and definitely more permanent — than the magenta, and we’re kind of digging the sophisticated Jessica Chastain vibe it gives the normally button-cute actress.

Tell us: What do you think of Agron as a redhead?

–Alex Apatoff

PHOTOS: Vote on more star hair color changes here!

FILED UNDER: Beauty , Dianna Agron , Hair
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Ari on

She looks like a Mean Girls era Lindsay Lohan.

axis on

Here’s to hoping it is for a new role :)

Jordan on

She can do no wrong – Love her

Gabriela M on

Dianna could be bald and still be stunning, but I hope she’s going back to blonde cause it’s when she looks her best.

Stacia on

Absolutely LOVE the red hair. It makes her alabaster skin glow

DebbieLG on

love it

jillianblackburn on

Very cute. I love when starts shake up their looks!

Kendall on

I like it. It does look sophisticated and elegant. Very lovely as usual.

Alice on

love it!!!!!

whatever on

reminds me of Scar-Jo in the cheeks, very pretty girl

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