Kristen Stewart Goes Back To Being A Brunette Beauty; ‘Twilight’ Star Too Happy With Newfound Relationship?

Kristen Stewart's fans have blissfully watched the "Twilight" star transform from a blonde bombshell into a brunette beauty once again. People have been making different speculations as to why she surprisingly opted for dramatically lighter locks.

Stewart was spotted at a Tokyo event trading in her orange locks for something more subtle. As per Teen Vogue, the actress initially dyed her hair to play the role of an iconic red-haired actress, Julianne Moore in the movie called "Still Alice." The transition to another color was then brought about by another role for the upcoming post-apocalyptic film "American Ultra."

The actress surprised everyone with her choice to go for a lighter shade of platinum for her 26th birthday. Everyone assumed that the change was for a forthcoming coming event or movie. Yet in a previous interview, Stewart revealed the truth as to why she had the drastic changes in her hair.

In an interview with People at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival, Stewart said her hair color doesn't have to do with any event or film. She simply stated that she felt happy to take advantage of her time and do something new and different.

"I just did like five movies over a two-year period, and I think it's a very good decision for me right now to stop acting in movies for just a moment, and I've never really done that, I've never changed my appearance," Stewart shared. "I've always really stayed neutral since I was like 10 years old, so I was like, 'I'm gonna direct a short, and I'm gonna f-k up my hair.'"

Meanwhile, the actress seems to be feeling good with her newfound love with St. Vincent as she is happy to be back to her brunette roots. Amid the issue of her comeback as Bella Swan in the upcoming "Twilight" saga reboot with co-star Robert Pattinson, she remains optimistic and eager to try out new and more mature roles to land her a well-deserved Oscar nomination.

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