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    Tuesday 19 November, 2013

    There are celebs like Jennifer Aniston and Blake Lively who stick to a signature look, and then there are the fickle ones who just can’t stay out of the salon. Emma Stone jumpstarted her career by tinting her light locks brown.  She told a British newspaper "When I first moved to L.A., I had this agent who thought because I was blond, I only wanted to play cheerleaders,". "One day, in a fit of trying to do something different, I just dyed my hair dark brown and got my first role a week later."

    Stone later upgraded to fiery red and scored enviable leads in "Easy A" and "The Help." Join us as we look at the transformation of Emma Stone as she goes from a brunette back to her natural blonde and even red in between.


    Emma was asked to go red by producer Judd Apatow to play the role of Jules in her first feature film, Superbad.


    Emma’s shiny red hair stood out while filming her second mainstream movie The House Bunny.


    The actress modelled a cherry bomb red and subtle blue eyeliner at the Easy A premiere.

    Stone went back to what is (surprise!) her natural blonde colour as she began shooting Academy Award nominated film The Help.


    Transitioning from blunt bangs to side swept, Emma also mastered the art of bright lipstick with a beautiful fuchsia pink.

    After finishing production of The Amazing Spider-Man, Stone shows off her return to red while sporting loose waves at 2011 MTV Movie Awards.


    Stone revealed newly sunny locks at the Kid’s Choice Awards


    Emma sported an Old Hollywood glamour look at the 2013 Academy Award nominations.

    I wonder if she is using JoBaz Hair Colour Remover as she goes from blonde, to brown, to red and back again? Share your hair transformations with us on the JoBaz Facebook page.

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