Rachael Taylor has kissed her blonde hair goodbye.

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We don’t mean to alarm you, but two A-list blondes have disappeared over the past week.

No need to send out a search party — as far as we know, Rachael Taylor and Dianna Agron aren’t actually missing in action. However, their blonde hair certainly is, and it’s all thanks to some pretty gorgeous dye jobs.

One of the actresses have crossed over to the dark side, while the other has embraced the redhead life. Meanwhile, to tip the balance back to the light side, a notable brunette has gone blonde. It’s all happening.

Rachael Taylor

On Netflix’s Jessica Jones, Rachael Taylor is the ivory to Krysten Ritter’s ebony (this description applies to their characters as much as their hair colours). Now, the Aussie actress has subbed out her famous blonde hair in favour of a more gingery shade.

The 31-year-old shared the evidence on Instagram last night, writing, “Redhead on the loose in Toronto.” To be honest, she looks just as surprised as we do right now:

Red head on the loose in Toronto ? ?? ? #trailerselfie

A photo posted by Rachael Taylor (@rachaelmaytaylor) on Feb 22, 2016 at 12:00pm PST


 The accompanying hashtag #trailerselfie suggests this new look is all part of an upcoming role. Consider our curiosity piqued. Watch: Mia Freedman gets the Sliding Doors haircut. (Post continues after video.)

Dianna Agron

Agron played a perky cheerleader during her Glee days, with a creamy shade of blonde to match. Since then, she’s been rocking a more ombre version of that style, and now it appears she’s gone the full brunette. And we must say, we’re enjoying the result:


Lucy Hale

Just when you thought there were no light-haired women left in Hollywood, Pretty Little Liars star Lucy Hale has packed up her dark hair and moved into Blonde Town.

She seems pretty chuffed with the result, too. “I dye,” Hale wrote on Instagram. The pun game is strong in this one.

I dye. ?? thank you @kristin_ess for temporarily making me the blonde alter ego I’ve always wanted to be.

A photo posted by Lucy Hale (@lucyhale) on Feb 17, 2016 at 10:41am PST

Have you changed your hair recently? What spurred you on?