You Need To See Emma Stone's Shocking New ‘Do

This actress has been known to switch her look up a time or two. She’s worked everything from blonde to bright red in terms of hair color, and there really isn’t a hue that she can’t do. But, Emma Stone’s latest hairstyle is way different than we’ve ever seen before. I’m talking like hard to recognize kind of different, here, too. No exaggerations.

Stone stepped out with a new dark brown hair color and bangs. She is set to take on the role of Cruella de Vil, so maybe this new hair has something to do with the portrayal of that character. I could definitely see Stone rocking this darker color to play such a fashionable villain, or in real life, too. Because once you get over how truly shocking the transformation is, the banged-out look grows on you.

After seeing this, I’m pretty convinced one, that Stone will make an incredible Cruella de Vil and two, there’s no hairstyle that she can’t pull off. I mean, seriously, the girl’s got some major range when it comes to a dye job and a fresh haircut. Don’t believe me? Check out Stone’s new look for yourself. Oh, and by the way — prepare to be amazed.

This look will make you do a double-take, but in the best way.

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You're probably most used to seeing her as a lovely strawberry blonde.

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She does make one stunning redhead.

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She's tried a lot of different cuts with her hair in this auburn shade.

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Stone's even done the whole bang thing before.

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And different hair colors? You bet.

But still. You've never seen her quite like this before. Given her latest character assignment, I have a feeling the best is yet to come.

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