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Vogue Fills Their Redheads Editorial With Fake Redheads Like Amy Adams & Florence Welch! Huh?!

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If you're trying to make a point about redheads in Hollywood, wouldn't you want to stick to natural redheads??

Apparently Vogue wouldn't, because they decided to fill their August redheads editorial with several redheaded lasses that dye their tresses that enviable hue!

In a piece called "Fire Starters", the mag features photos of Julianne Moore with her daughter, Jessica Chastain, Amy Adams, Florence Welch, and a few other redheads posing in front of contrasting green backdrops.

While the Annie Leibovitz-lensed photos are obviously stunning, we can't help but think that Florence Welch, a natural brunette, and Amy Adams, a natural strawberry blonde, don't quite fit in with the theme!

Thoughts???

[Image via Vogue.]

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5 comments to “Vogue Fills Their Redheads Editorial With Fake Redheads Like Amy Adams & Florence Welch! Huh?!”

  1. JJ_ says – reply to this


    1

    It's not Florence Welch, it's Karen Elson, and she's a real redhead!

  2. kelly says – reply to this


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    Julianne Moore is so pretty

  3. RA says – reply to this


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    Strawberry blondes are redheads. They're on the lighter side of the redhead spectrum.



  4. 4

    Like Amy Adams.
    I was born with strawberry blond hair per my late mother, but all the red had gone away after a year or two. Too bad, it is a pretty color.

  5. Umm says – reply to this


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    After giving a Kardashian a cover. No one should expect Vogue to ever make sense again..