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Drew exhibits a new way to get rid of an old dye job. Photo: Jon Kopaloff, FilmMagic.com | Evan Agostini, AP

Drew Barrymore was sporting some punk two-tone hair (above right) up until the premiere of her new movie "Whip It" (out tonight).

For the red carpet, Drew Barrymore pulled a fashion about-face in a slinky black L'Wren Scott dress, Neil Lane jewelry and brand new hair (above left).

It appears that instead of bleaching those unsightly ends back to normal, Barrymore (or her stylist) simply snipped them off.

Meanwhile, the movie -- which involved some intense Roller Derby training for Drew Barrymore and Ellen Page -- was almost upstaged by the stars' racy photo shoots.

The actresses have been seen straddling each other and kissing in magazine spreads for Vs. and Marie Claire.

Let's hope the film lives up to the hype!

p.s. Love Drew's offbeat style? See how to get her look for less right here.
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Drew Barrymore Beauty Evolution
From her innocent "ET" days to all the wild styles that came after, we take a look back at Drew Barrymore's best and worst beauty moments.
Barry King, WireImage

Drew Barrymore Beauty Evolution

    We first met Drew Barrymore in "ET," and many of us will always remember her this way: Pretty, wide-eyed, with pinch-ready cheeks and pigtails. And the flowers in her hair? Just a hint at another Drew signature look that would come years later.

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    After her acting debut, Drew found herself thrust into the Hollywood scene, and quickly rebelled through her fashion and beauty choices. Most pre-teens wouldn't be allowed out of the house with red lipstick, but wild girl Drew made it a regular in her beauty arsenal.

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    January 1, 1992
    Drew poses for a publicity portrait for the CBS television drama "2000 Malibu Road." She sports a red cropped haircut and natural makeup.

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    December 29, 1992
    Posing at the announcement of the 50th Annual Golden Globe Awards, Drew displays a hard look--matte brown lips, dark, arched brows, and minimal other makeup.

    Jim Smeal, WireImage

    June 9th, 1995
    At the "Batman Forever" Los Angeles premiere, Drew debuted her signature 90's look--curled hair, complete with Daisy adornment, thinly plucked brows, pale skin, and bold lips. Perhaps pal Courtney Love (then lead singer of "Hole") had influenced Drew's beauty?

    Barry King, WireImage

    February 6, 1996
    Drew Barrymore attends the "Beautiful Girls" Los Angeles premiere with a new black hairdo. This time, the daisy takes the form of a pink on her jacket instead of a hair accessory.

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    March 23, 1998
    Drew mixed it up with bangs for the 70th Annual Academy Awards. She has no less than three daisies anchoring her short hairstyle.

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    April 10, 2001
    Once the 90's came to a close, Drew began to gain interest in producing and directing, and subsequently cleaned up her look. At the 7th Annual Blockbuster Awards at the Shrine Auditorium, she wears a sleek cropped hairstyle (with her signature flower tucked behind one ear), and just a hint of green eyeshadow to edge out an otherwise simple and pretty look.

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    December 19, 2002
    At the "Confessions Of A Dangerous Mind" New York premiere, drew went dark--both with her new hair color and her smoked-out eye makeup.

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    June 25, 2003
    For the premiere of her movie "Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle" in New York City, Drew played up her green eyes with some multi-hue shadow. We also were--and remain--big fans of her wavy beach blond hair.

    Jim Spellman, WireImage