Jennifer Lawrence celebrated her Oscars win by dying her hair!
Okay, maybe it's because she's filming The Hunger Games.
OK, I don't actually think Jennifer Lawrence dying her hair dark brown the day after the Oscars was in celebration of her best actress statue—it's more likely that she was waiting to make sure she looked more like her usual lighter-haired self at the ceremony before going back to the brunette color she has to turn her hair to play Katniss in The Hunger Games.
And The Daily Mail is reporting she's about to go in to do some reshoots for the next installment, so it all makes sense.
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I don't know about you, but I'm kind of excited she's gone back—not only because that means we're closer to seeing Katniss kick more butt, but I'm starting to favor her hair when it's dark like this over when it's closer to her natural shade of light brown.
What do you guys think?
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