On Thursday night, Lindsay Lohan was seen wearing a bold new red hair color when she attended the Pink Ginseng Drink Launch Party in Beverly Hills, California. LiLo told E!News, “It’s actually the wrong color than it’s supposed to be. But it’s the color of my natural hair, and it will get there.”
And while we fully support her going back to her natural roots and sticking to red, it can be agreed amongst most that a few shades lighter would be most flattering for her warm complexion.
A year ago, How to be a Redhead wrote that Lindsay Lohan would attain success and “normalcy” once she went back to being a redhead.
Then, in March, she went back to a beautiful red hair color (see below) and that’s when the hype of Liz & Dick began. Liz & Dick is an upcoming 2012 biographical television film chronicling the relationship of Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. Lindsay Lohan plays Elizabeth Taylor in what is suppose to be her best acting yet. It was recently announced that it would premiere on November 25th.
It is great to see Lindsay Lohan as a redhead (even though it is the wrong color) and we hope it grounds her; we also hope it helps with the success of her upcoming film.
Do you think Lindsay’s decision to go back to her red roots has improved her career?
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