Emma Roberts Went Back to Brunette and Looks Better Than Ever

It just proves she can pull off any hair color.

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  • Emma Roberts just dyed her blonde bob, and she looks incredible.
  • Roberts has worn so many hair colors, it's impossible to predict how long she'll stick with this shade, but I'm loving it for now.

    Emma Roberts has been a blonde for a surprisingly long time. The actress has been known to treat hair colors like her flavor of week—dating a shade for a bit, then off to the next. She's even experimented with millennial pink. But she's stuck with her honey blonde bob for most of 2018, which says a lot. But everyone, celebs included, is still feeling the "new year, new hair" memo: Roberts just switched up the shade of her blonde, blunt bob to a deep brunette.

    And HELLO to this new hair. Roberts looks amazing.

    Roberts captioned the pic: "Back to basics."

    The actress' long-time colorist and hairstylist Nikki Lee, who is responsible for most of her ever-changing hair colors, dropped the details on her new-and-improved bob JIC you want to screenshot these product recommendations for your stylist.

    "Not many can do it, but no matter what color change we make...Emma looks stunning every time 😍 Classic Brunette," she wrote on her caption, along with a list of Joico color products she used to nail this shade.

    Although Roberts looks absolutely beautiful as a brunette, she can effortlessly rock every hair color of the rainbow. Let's take a walk down memory line for some of her most iconic styles, shall we?

    Back in 2017, her hair was on the longer side and dyed a deep brunette.

    Earlier that year she donned this stunning red shade.

    Back to blonde.

    Then, dirty blonde with dark roots.

    Circa 2015 she was all the way platinum.

    And a year later Nikki Lee created this shade Roberts calls "dessert rose."

    Which color is next for her?


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