Bridgerton’s Phoebe Dynevor Debuts New Hair Color and Haircut

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Guys, sound the alarm (!!) because BridgertonPhoebe Dynevor is no longer a redhead. And no, this is definitely not a drill, so I’m going to need you to listen. The actor shared a new post on Instagram and among beautiful New York skyline photos, we saw two (yes, OF THEM) selfies of her debuting a brand new hair color.

Plus, with the new color – which is dark brown, BTW – Phoebe only went to cut a few inches off her luscious long lengths and has a fringe. She’s following in the footsteps of Lily James, Camilla Cabello and Kim Kardashian, it seems.

Scroll down to the second and fifth slides to see said dramatic transformation:

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We think Daphne Bridgerton, as well as the ‘Ton, would approve. Not you ?

As we can see, the bangs are long, as opposed to blunt and short, just like her costar, Charithra Chandran, who also behaved considerably differently just a few weeks ago. And although the cut is not as short as Charithra’s bob, it is noticeably shorter.

Just like us, fans are loving the look and many are flooding the comments section with loads of compliments:

Starting off with Taming, one person wrote, “Love the hair!”.

Another added: “Love your new hairstyle 🔥❤️”.

And someone else said, “DARK HAIRED PHOEBE ERA?”.

While others speculated on the theories behind the new look, one fan asked, “Is the new hair and tattoos for a movie you’re doing?”

Maybe that last fan is onto something with this one because the tattoos are very unexpected! Although we are then here for the look whether temporary or not!

Let the black-haired Phoebe era begin…

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