Lily Collins’ Fiercely Red Hair: Love It Or Loathe It? Vote

Tue, August 21, 2012 9:10am EDT by 3 Comments
Lily Collins Redhead
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The actress’s signature dark, glossy locks have been completely transformed for her latest role in The Mortal Instruments. She was spotted on set wearing her new red curls in a messy updo.

When we think of Lily Collins, 23, we think of her Snow White-esque beauty.  But with her latest look, she looks about ready to dive into  a starring role in The Little Mermaid!

We love that Lily’s not afraid to change up her hair in order to get into character for her newest film role. Because this red tone has a dark undertone similar to her natural color in it, her color looks edgy and not clownish.

HollywoodLifers, how do YOU feel about Lily’s new red hair? Vote below!

– Kristine Kowalski

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Nina

Posted at 4:35 AM on May 16, 2014  

She looks just so awesome with red hair!!

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amy p

Posted at 11:58 AM on August 21, 2012  

i like it

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gracy

Posted at 10:18 AM on August 21, 2012  

yaiiiikkss!!! ugly!she looks like a matron from the 50’s. :/

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