2014 Oscars: Margot Robbie Vamps It Up As A Brunette - But Do You Prefer Her Blonde?

03 March 2014 by

2014 Oscars: Margot Robbie Brunette

Margot Robbie's vampy new look [Getty]

We fell in love with her as the blonde bombshell in The Wolf Of Wall Street but tonight at the Oscars, Margot Robbie wowed the world as a minxy brunette. Yes, it's Margot Robbie! The actress was barely recognisable as she showcased her new raven hair for the first time on the red carpet - and the glitziest red carpet of them all, no less - vamping it up to the max with a matching jet-black palette.

Looking miles away from her Australian roots, Margot's dramatic transformation has seen her turn into a super-sultry gothic beauty. The 23-year-old made the most of her darkened tresses, which are for a movie role, with a deep berry lipstick and strong brows that have us recalling the likes of Mila Kunis and Angelina Jolie.

2014 Oscars: Margot Robbie Vamps It Up To Showcase Her New Brunette 'Do

Blonde vs brunette: which gets your vote? [Getty]

As for her outfit choice, she's really upped the ante by opting for head-to-toe black which works perfectly with the classic 'do. The dress comes courtesy of Hedi Slimane for Saint Laurent, once again proving her fashion star credentials. It's suitably elegant thanks to a beaded bodice and bow detailing at the back. Margot's topped it off with little more than a diamond necklace and subtle stud earrings.

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Just hours earlier, Margot shared a snap of the Oscars preparations for the big reveal surrounded by her glam squad. 'Never thought I'd say this... I'm getting ready for the #oscars!!!!!' she captioned the photo. Yep, this might be Margot's first ever Oscars outing, but something tells us it won't be her last.

So what do you make of Margot's new look? It certainly makes her look more sophisticated than ever but that golden girl look suits her sunny disposition down to a tee. Have your say by voting below...


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