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Emma Stone Goes Back to Being a Redhead

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Emma Stone has returned to the hair color she had in her breakout film, "Easy A."

The 22-year-old starlet went blond (her natural hair color) to play Andrew Garfield's love interest in the upcoming "Amazing Spider-Man" reboot. At the time, Stone was excited about the change. "My natural hair is blonde, so it's kind of nice," Stone told MTV. "I looked in the mirror and said, "Oh my god, it's me again! It's been so long!"

Do you prefer Stone as a blond or a redhead? Vote on her and other celebrities who've changed their hair color below:

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Stone returned to red just in time for the MTV-sponsored preview of her new film, "The Help." She employed the services of colorist Tracey Cunningham, who boasts an impressive list of celebrity clients. Cunningham transformed Drew Barrymore from a dirty blond into a redhead. She also helps Amy Adams maintain her strawberry blond locks (like Stone, Adams is naturally blond).

"Emma loved going back to her natural blonde for Spider-Man, but she feels very comfortable as a redhead and it's the color she gravitates to," Cunningham told Us Weekly, "Plus, she wanted an exciting shade for summer!"

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Comments (3)

mitchy:  1333 days ago

Red is much better, brings colour to her cheeks, warmth!! I've been both colours, and loved both, jus told red also suited my complexion more!!! X

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Stephen Farkas:  1316 days ago

The looks stunning with her blonde hair but I agree her red hair is where it's at, it seems to bring out her eyes and face more.

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Casanova:  1295 days ago

She's beautiful regardless AND a wonderful actress. She's going to have a long, productive, and successful career. She has the confidence of Katharine Hepburn and appeals equally to both men and women.

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