The beautiful 25 year old blonde actress who has had significant starring roles in such films as Red Riding Hood, Mama Mia, Dear John, Letters To Juliet, Jennifer's Body and Mean Girls was snapped leaving her house in Portland, Oregan with her beautiful long blonde tresses still visibly wet.
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Although The Daily Mail noted that "The Red Riding Hood star looked like she'd been dragged through a hedge backwards" due to her "bedraggled locks" my own opinion is that she looked fresh faced and ready for a long day on a film set somewhere.
To show the drastic contrast of Amanda with wet hair the Daily Mail also showed photos of a very polished and put together Amanda on the Red Carpet along with an image of her from Red Riding Hood.
Actually, another interesting point about Amanda's wet hair is that it shows the natural texture of her tresses. For anyone curious about whether Amanda's hair is naturally straight, curly, wavy or a combination, the photos provided by the Daily Mail show Amanda's hair with it's natural texture.
Although the photos of Amanda are actually G rated, the actress has been catching a lot more attention than normal lately for her relationship with actor Ryan Phillippe who is the ex-husband of Reese Witherspoon. Considering the vast number of embarrassing poses Amanda might have been caught in, being shown with wet naturally textured hair shouldn't be anything to fret about.
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