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Love It or Leave It: Sienna Miller's Rose-Pink Highlights

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Sienna Miller is more than a golden goddess! The English starlet unveiled her new rose-pink highlights at the 2013 British Fashion Awards and Playboy's 60th anniversary party recently.

Wearing an emerald gown, the 31-year-old stunning beauty was the definition of sexy once again (remember her steamy campaign ads for Burberry featuring her handsome fiance, Tom Sturridge in July?) But the model's hair stole the show! Though the cotton candy-colored tints in her bright blonde mane were subtle, her look was head-turning and garnered our attention. We just couldn't stop looking at her signature bohemian waves, now featuring the soft new hue.

The fashion designer and super-sleek siren must have done the dye job a few weeks ago. The beautiful tints look as if they have faded a bit, creating a more subdued mane.

Whatever the case, Sienna looked sultry with her new colored coif. We hear that the stunner has treated her locks to pink before, but this time around, she wowed! 

Usually, rose-shaded strands can make a woman lean toward a punk style, but Ms. Miller adds some elegant edge. In fact, the gorgeous star brought poise and sophistication, as well as a youthful sweetness, to the major red carpet event. 

Sienna paired her new hair color with an eye-catching makeup look, too. Cameras caught the fashionista adorned by a touch of black liner, mascara, cheek highlighter and nude lipstick. The blonde beauty's skin, with rose and gilded tones that matched her mane, also glowed in the light. We hear that the model swears by Creme de la Mar Moisturizing Creama silky formula with sea kelp, oils of citrus, eucalyptus, wheat germ, alfalfa and sunflower.

Think Sienna's choice of pink is perfect? Tell us your thoughts about the "Alfie" actress' highlights with a note in the comments section below!      

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