Margot Robbie’s Burnt Caramel Hair and Sweeping Fringe are Incredible

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Photo credit: Barcroft Media - Getty Images
Photo credit: Barcroft Media - Getty Images

For years Margot Robbie stuck with her signature icy-blonde locks, when all around her other A-listers switched up their hair looks daily.

The actress hinted at a more experimental hair phase in March, when her long waves were cut into a shoulder-skimming lob for the Golden Globes. But still, the cold-blonde hue and solid side-part remained.

Then the unthinkable happened, when she rocked up to the Oscars in April with a blunt fringe and sandy faux bob.... and it's safe to say her foray into fringes really suited her. Will she brave the micro-fringe like Lily Allen and Taylor Swift? We can but dream...

Margot's latest hair transformation isn't quite as dramatic as a micro-fringe, but it's got us all gaping at our screens and booking in our next hair appointment. She's been unveiled as this month's Vogue cover star, and we're obsessed with the look her glam squad gave her for it. We're talking long, burnt-caramel coloured hair with a side-swept fringe (from hairstylist Bryce Scarlett) and flawless skin with a spattering of freckles across her nose and cheeks (thanks to MUA Pati Dubroff).

Vogue posted various pictures from the beautiful shoot on their Instagram, telling followers: "On-screen as a ballsy supervillain or behind the camera as a courageous producer in her own right, Robbie defiantly asserts the role of women in Hollywood at its most action-packed and provocative."

We couldn't agree more...

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Ok, off to work off we can pull off a fringe...

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