Kristen Stewart is done with her orange hair, appearing at an Equals press event with her usual brown hair.

Kristen Stewart Goes Back To Brown Hair Color

Stewart had dyed her hair bright orange in April for her role in American Ultra, but it appears that the film is done filming, allowing the star to revert back to her brunette look. The actress also recently cut her long hair into a short bob.

In January 2014, Stewart revealed that if she wasn’t an actress, she would be much more adventurous when it came to her hair.

“If I wasn’t an actor, I would definitely do things to my hair. I would cut it more, I would dye it more. At some point I want to do a total boy cut, completely – not a pretty, girly version – like a straight up James Dean haircut,” Stewart told Into the Gloss.

In that same interview, Stewart admitted that she liked to keep her hair as natural as possible when looking for jobs, so that she can adapt her look for production.

“I, personally, want to stay neutral so that I’m in a perfect position to… transform myself for a role,” Steward said.

Stewart has already proven herself to be willing to change her hair for a role. In 2010, Stewart famously rocked a mullet for months while filming The Runaways, in which she played Joan Jett.

Kristen Stewart And Nicholas Hoult Star In 'Equals'

Stewart debuted her back to basics look at a press event with Equals co-star Nicholas Hoult where the two young actors announced the beginning of production on the project.

“It’s always a weird position to be put in any film where the director chooses two people and is saying, ‘Hey, potentially in this world I’m creating you two could fall in love.’ Sometimes [this kind of situation] feels forced and tricky and awkward, but the kind of environment [director Drake Doremus] created was straightforward and easy. Kristen is a great actress, and that just makes it very relaxed and my job very easy,” Hoult said at the press conference.

Equals is a sci-fi, futuristic film that takes place in a world where humans no longer have emotions or feelings. Stewart told reporters that, though she may keep her emotions away from the press, she considers herself the kind of person who embraces emotions.

“I’m definitely not afraid of ‘feels.’ My life revolves around it, actually. Finding the balance between the head and the heart is important – but I’ve always been driven by the gut,” Stewart said.

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