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Shailene Woodley Rocks Her Brunette Bob at the Allegiant Premiere

And she looks gorgeous!

Shailene Woodley is no stranger to hair transformation. Back in 2014, she got a major haircut for her role as Hazel Grace Lancaster in the John Green novel turned movie The Fault in Our Stars. At the premiere of The Divergent Series' latest installment Allegiant, Shai rocked her brunette bob in loose waves.

Such a stark contrast from the lighter locks she sports in the movie.

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We love how she had minimal makeup on with a '90s brick red lip.

Of course she and co-star Theo James perfectly matched on the black carpet.

Would you try this look, too?

What major hair change have you gone through lately? Do you like it or do you wish you didn't go through with it? Let's talk beauty!

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