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Stacy "Fergie" Ferguson Straight Brunette Strands

Stacy Ann Ferguson (Born March 27, 1975) known by her stage name, Fergie, has made a lot of changes lately.  Not only did she recently marry her love, Actor Josh Duhamel, she underwent a new hair transformation.

The normally lighter haired rock star who has  most recently morphed through a range of honey, golden and strawberry blonde tresses, is now a much darker chocolate brunette with prominent lighter milk chocolate streaks.  Her long panels of stick straight strands cascaded off a center part.

(Image of Stacy "Fergie" Ferguson - March, 2009)

Stacy often favors lots of texture interwoven throughout her tresses ranging from undulating waves, tight curls, twisted dreads and even braids.

(Image of Stacy "Fergie" Ferguson - Los Angeles Premiere of 'Madagascar Escape 2 Africa' - 10-26-08 - - All Rights Reserved).

Singer Stacy "Fergie" Ferguson of The Black Eyed Peas attended the March of Dimes 34th annual Beauty Ball at Cipriani 42nd Street on March 12, 2009 in New York City in a sassy off-white dress with neon coral hued high heels.   Her legs were toned and her body thin and trim.  The crowd was shocked by her sudden conversion from blonde to brunette.

Questions immediately followed.  Was that Stacy's "real" hair or was it a lace-front wig?  Was it possibly a long set of human hair extensions with a lace-front wig base?  Hard to say.  Especially if you're not up close and personal.

What do you think.  Do you like Fergie with dark straight tresses or did you like her with blonde texturized tresses?

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