Milla Jovovich Debuts a Lighter 'Do and a New Flick

Milla Jovovich Debuts a Lighter 'Do and a New Flick
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Milla Jovovich Debuts a Lighter 'Do and a New Flick Milla Jovovich
When Milla Jovovich walked the red carpet at the premiere of her new film Stone there was something different about her, but it was hard to put your finger on it. Then, the lightbulb turned on—eureka! It's her hair!

Milla normally flaunts a rich hazel, but has lightened her locks to a dark honey brown. The effect is subtle, but gives her a fresh glow. Stars tend to go from one extreme to the other, so this minute change is unique. Drastic changes in hue can be incredibly damaging to your strands. If you've been thinking of a new look, consider taking your cue from Milla with a minimal change in shade. Here are a few options for you:

  • Semi-Permanent Hair Dye. This product is created to gradually wash out of your hair after six to eight weeks. It's great for testing a new shade or for avoiding the harsh roots you get with normal dyes.

  • Cellophane Hair Treatment. This is not a dye, but rather a gloss which is applied from the roots to the tips. It is available in clear or tinted, for slight changes in color. It lasts four to six weeks.

  • Traditional Hair Dye. Unfortunately, you can't get lighter locks without bleaching your hair, so its best to opt for a darker shade. Most dyes are synthetic, but companies like Aveda do offer majority plant-based products which are safer and better for your hair.

  • Highlights and Lowlights. These add depth and richness to your locks without having to dye your entire head. Make sure to keep them in similar shades—you don't want to end up looking like a rainbow!

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