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Brunette beauty! Margot Robbie ditches her signature blonde locks for her latest movie role

But this isn't the first time she's embraced her darker side.

By Alex Lilly
When we think of Margot Robbie, it's a reflex to picture her with her signature blonde locks.
Born and raised in Queensland, the Oscar nominee is the textbook definition of the Aussie golden girl but for her latest role in the upcoming Hollywood film Amsterdam, Margot looks unrecognisable with brown hair.
Margot's renowned for her blonde locks. (Image: Getty)
In the David O'Russell comedy-drama, Margot plays a nurse in 1930s America who along with two other friends, finds herself caught up in a shocking turn of events.
The stellar cast also includes Christian Bale, John David Washington, Anya Taylor Joy, Robert DeNiro and even Taylor Swift.
However, we couldn't keep our eyes off the brunette Margot rocking a flawless US accent.
The Australian actress looks completely different in upcoming film Amsterdam. (Image: 20th Century Studios)
Whilst fans may be surprised to see Margot's darker hair, it's not the first time she's experimented as a brunette.
At the 2014 Oscars, the Wolf Of Wall Street star oozed old Hollywood glamour in a strapless black gown with her dark locks loosely curled.
Though she's known for being blonde, Margot revealed in 2014 that she'd had dark hair during her school years.
"I had it this colour all through high school actually. I always dyed it dark in high school. I was devastated when I had to go blonde," she mused to Elle in 2014.
At the 2014 Oscars, Margot stunned fans with this dark and glamorous look. (Image: Getty)
However, when it comes to her enviable hair, Margot is always humble.
"I feel like my hair looks rubbish most of the time but thankfully if I ever have an event to go to there is always a hair stylist to sort it out!" she told marie claire UK in 2016.
"A trick I use if my colour is growing out is to spritz on Klorane Dry Shampoo, it's really good for adding texture and also helps disguise dark roots too."
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