Blonde Hair Flipbook

    Angelina Jolie on the set of Salt
    Jolie makes a drastic beauty switch in her new movie role transforming from a raven-haired femme fatale to a blonde all-business woman.


    Drew Barrymore, January 2009
    Drew Barrymore's locks have vacillated between shades of honey, caramel, and sunny blond, but this is the first time we're seeing her with an all-out platinum 'do. Her hair looks full and funky swept up in a punky updo, which is a huge tress trend for spring.

    Reese Witherspoon in Legally Blonde
    Witherspoon's Elle Woods inspired blondes everywhere to follow their dreams while staying true to their gorgeous hair color.

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    Marilyn Monroe at her Home in 1953
    Not much needs to be said about the infamous Ms Monroe, whose blonde locks and stunning beauty speak for themselves.

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    Pamela Anderson in Baywatch
    Anderson's role as C.J. Parker on '90s hit Baywatch, landed her a place in the blond hall of fame.

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    Nicole Richie at a 2007 Pool Party in Beverly Hills
    As she grew from notorious party girl to mature new mom, Richie's ditched her ratty extensions for this gorgeous shade of blonde.

    Gregg DeGuire,

    Gwyneth Paltrow at a Press Conference for Two Lovers during the 61st Cannes International Film Festival
    Paltrow has been many shades of blonde - but we love this classy platinum bob!

    George Pimentel,

    Naomi Campbell at Fashion Group International's 22nd Annual 'Night Of Stars' in New York City
    Campbell's stick-straight blonde mane plays perfectly with her stunning caramel complexion.

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    Gwen Stefani at the 2006 American Music Awards
    The former No Doubt front woman keeps her trade market locks as blonde as possible.

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    Goldie Hawn in 1967
    Hawn's blonde 'do was the height of 60s mod style and she still blonde after all these years!

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The Internets are abuzz over two new pix of Angelina Jolie in costume for her role as spy Evelyn A. Salt, in the new action movie which started filming today.

The film was originally intended as a Tom Cruise vehicle, "Edwin A. Salt". When Cruise dropped out, they decided to rework the script to turn the hero into a heroine, including giving her a gender appropriate name.

The leaked photos show two very different looks for Angie -- a soft, pretty blond, and a more dangerous, sultry brunette. We don't yet know which one of these, if either, is the "real" Evelyn A. Salt, which we understand will be a central plot point in the film.

What we're really curious about is whether these are the same wigs designed for Tom Cruise, or if they had to rework those, too.

Style Evolution: Angelina Jolie

    From a bisexual, knife carrying wild child to a humanitarian activist and mother of six, Angelina Jolie's life has change tremendously in the decade since her unsettling portrayal of Lisa Rowe in Girl, Interrupted catapulted her to superstardom. Not surprisingly, as her personal life transformed so did her wardrobe. With her 34th major film, The Changeling, hitting theaters this week Stylelist took a look back at the female half of Brangelina's style.

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    In 1986 legendary actor Jon Voight walked the red carpet at the 58th Annual Academy Awards with his unknown 10-year-old daughter Angelia Jolie Voight. If Jolie had realized all that white lace would haunt her forever she may have picked a more subtle dress!

    Ron Galella, Wireimage

    Still a Daddy's girl, Jolie attended the 25th anniversary celebration of Midnight Cowboy (her father's most famous film) in 1994 wearing leather instead of lace.

    Steve Granitz, Wireimage

    With two major films under her belt, Hackers (where she met her first husband Jonny Lee Miller) and Foxfire, 22-year-old Jolie boldly rocked a shaved head and a little black dress at the premiere performance of Fedora in 1997.

    Jim Smeal, Wireimage

    Still a wild child, Jolie stuck to black while promoting her critically acclaimed HBO film Gia in 1998.

    Jim Smeal, Wireimage

    A nominee for the second year in a row (in 1997 for George Wallace and 1998 for Gia), Jolie lightened up her color palette for the 50th Annual Emmy Awards in 1998.

    Jim Smeal, Wireimage

    For the 56th Annual Golden Globe Awards in 1999 Jolie went for an uncharacteristically girly champagne sequin gown.

    Jim Smeal, Wireimage

    For the 5th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards in 1999 Jolie lightened her hair color and walked the red carpet looking very reminiscent of Marylin Monroe.

    Steve Granitz, Wireimage

    A practitioner of method acting, Jolie was back in a dark place for her breakout role in 1999's Girl Interrupted. The disturbing intensity she brought to the part carried on to the red carpet for the film's L.A. premiere.

    Jim Smeal,Wireimage

    At 24-years-old Jolie had two Emmy Awards, two Golden Globes and in 2000 she added an Oscar to her trophy list. Unfortunately her Elvira-like outfit and a proclamation of love for her brother garnered even more attention than her achievement.