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It’s no surprise that the who subsisted on “kale and dust” to squeeze into her Catwoman suit for The Dark Knight Rises would go to equal extremes and crop her long brown locks for her role as Fantine in Les Miserables.
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Before stepping into the role of Lisbeth Salander in The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, transformed herself with an edgy, shoulder-length bob. Even after filming ended, however, she continued to rock her character’s black blunt do on red carpets.
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The sheared off his trademark Ken doll-like hair for his upcoming film Scenic Route, stepping out in a head-turning spiky Mohawk.
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Born blonde, the dyed her hair years ago and quickly became known for her trademark red strands. But in 2010 she surprised everyone and reverted to her roots to play Gwen Stacy in The Amazing Spider-Man. Fans cheered when she returned to red, but she’s most recently been seen sporting her old golden shade again.
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One more thing can add to his already long resume (which includes guest starring in soap operas and authoring a book): modeling cornrows, which he sported for the upcoming Spring Breakers.
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The traded her famous blonde do for strawberry strands for her role in The Avengers, proving that she’d look sexy in any hair color.
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Tween girls everywhere collectively gasped when the Twilight hunk said goodbye to his famed floppy locks to instead sport a wild half-shorn do, thought to be for his role in the thriller Cosmopolis, at San Diego’s Comic-Con last year.
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Skin is in for the , who went totally cue ball and showed his scalp for End of Watch. StyleWatch Facebook fans rallied behind the newly bald hunk, insisting that he totally pulled it off.
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One star who definitely doesn’t think blondes have more fun: The brunette Twilight , who admitted that her hair fell out from dyeing it to play the golden-locked Rosalie in the vampire flicks. (After the first film, she wore a wig to minimize damage.)