Bringing back the eternal question regarding blondes and brunettes, celebrity Nicole Richie went much darker to a rich chocolate brunette hue (shown to the left) for her launch of the House of Harlow 1960 Holiday Collection at Bloomingdale's in Costa Mesa California on Saturday, December 12th.
She also altered her most recent center part with a new fringe. Is it an add-on fringe or her real hair? Her long hair was worn with a hint of soft waves down around her sleeveless white gown.
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The new mom for the second time actually had transitioned from her pre-birth blonde to a lighter chocolate brown which she showed off on the Red Carpet on November 7th at the March of Dimes Celebration for Babies (shown to the right).
Nicole has been known to trust her hair color to the famous Hollywood celebrity haircolor guru Tracey Cunningham. Did Tracey take Nicole from her August 2009 buttery blonde to the lighter brunette with the lighter hairline highlights in November? What about the most recent transformation to a deeper chocolate with hints of highlights?
Nicole has been very busy this year. Besides giving birth to her second child and dealing with the sudden and shocking loss of DM AM in the Fall, she has been busy working on her House Of Harlow collections.
(Image of Nicole Richie to the right - 2nd Annual Art of Elysium Black Tie Charity Gala 'Heaven' - 1-10-09 - DailyCeleb.com - All Rights Reserved)
Of course let's not forget she recently got out of the hospital where she was diagnosed with pneumonia.
(Image of Nicole Richie to the left at 'Nicole' Maternity Collection Private Showing-08-06-09 - DailyCeleb.com - All Rights Reserved)
Nicole is very good about keeping her fans informed of her latest happenings on Twitter. Nicole tweeted "thanks to everyone who came out today in this terrible weather to hang out with me!" because "I wouldn't have."
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