Friday, May 13, 2011

What a difference a dye makes! Yes, changing your hair colour DOES transform your looks

By Daily Mail Reporter

They say blondes have more fun but brunettes get taken more seriously - proving that the colour of your locks really does affect more than just your appearance.

Here we take some of the world's most famous women - from the Duchess of Cambridge to Gwyneth Paltrow - and with a touch of computer wizardry show why most of them should stick to their current shade.

Bjorn again: Sunny blonde Ulrika Jonsson and her darker twin

A cut above: Cameron Diaz dazzles even in the shade

In the shade: Gwyneth Paltrow loses her golden glow

The graduate: Jerry Hall has a head for colour

Do you think I'm sexy? What would Rod Stewart say, Penny?

Regally blonde: Going dark is a big jump for Zara Phillips

Barnet's got talent: Amande Holden's really cutting it

Dye hard: Prince Harry may be browned off by Chelsy's look

Sum difference: The blonde look doesn't add up for Carol Vodernam

Peroxide Princess: No honeymoon hair dye for Kate, please

Not aloud: Stay dark, Cheryl Cole, because you're worth it

Enough to make a king stammer: Helena Bonham Carter

Don't adopt this: A blonde Angelina Jolie would be the pits for Brad

Dye-break: Christine Bleakley would shock Adrian Chiles

The ghost look: An indecent proposal for Demi Moore

Hollywood highlights: Katie Holmes goes for gold


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