Emma Stone—she's a natural redhead, right? Wrong. The A-lister was actually born with blond hair. We'd forgive you for being surprised because Stone is one of those lucky people who tends to suit most hair colors. From platinum blond to a deep brunette and everything in between, Stone's hair has run the gamut of colors.
Which is why she is the perfect celeb to source for hair color ideas. If you're thinking of going for something new, we suggest you revel in Stone's constantly changing hair colors to inspire you to take the leap. Just remember to read our guide on going blond before you reach for the platinum. Click through our gallery below to see nine of Emma Stone's best hair looks.
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When Emma Stone turned up to the Golden Globes in 2011 with this blond 'do, we'd been so used to seeing her as a redhead. But with the tan and the pink lips and dress, she totally pulled it off.
For a more classic blond, although still ashy in tone, we loved this look on Emma, especially with the dark eye makeup.
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The barely there makeup could make blond Emma look a little washed out, but the dark roots give this more oomph.
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How we're used to seeing Emma—with her red hair. However, for this look, the color is darker on the roots and lighter at the ends with a touch of blond ombré.
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This is perhaps our favorite look, partly because we actually think Stone is at her best as a redhead, but also because the hue is slightly lightened so it feels a bit more summery. The nude lipstick is also perfect.
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There's no mistaking this—it is the boldest full-on red hair. But it's not just the stunning color; it's also the blunt lob that pulls this whole look together.
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Turning toward the dark side, Stone opted for a darker, red-based tone in 2014. We consider this her boho phase. To contrast with that, she's gone for a great sharp eyeliner.
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While this was way back in 2009, we still love this color on the star, which was very much during the Easy A period. (Note: If you haven't seen this film, we urge you to do so immediately.)