The X Factor starlet has swapped her light blonde tresses for a striking brunette hue - but what do YOU think?
Leona Lewis was snapped looking suitably festive as she did some Christmas shopping in LA yesterday, and we couldn't fail to notice her striking new chocolate brown locks - but we want to know what YOU think of her latest look...
The X Factor starlet was seen out and about at The Grove in LA, and was all wrapped up from the cold in her festive red coat and Christmassy scarf - with new darker hair to match the wintry mood.
Having always favoured fair blonde tresses, the new glossy brunette shade is a massive change for the normally quite play-safe starlet.
Only a mere matter of weeks ago, and Leona was still sporting the lighter look for which she's famous for, on the red carpet at the Stand Up to Cancer telethon in California.
We have to say, we're big fans of the rich, chocolatey hue, which has the effect of making her complexion look warmer, and her green eyes appear much brighter.
But what do YOU think? Are you loving the new look, or do blondes have more fun? Let us know in the comments box below!
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