Angelina Jolie, 48, spotted with completely new hair color – fans hotly debate whether it suits her or not

Angelina Jolie has been making headlines in the media for various reasons lately, but even she might be surprised that her recent hair change is what’s getting attention this week.

With so much happening in the world, you’d think people would have better things to focus on than the ever-changing appearances of celebrities.

And you’d be right, but when someone as influential as Jolie alters their look, it’s bound to draw scrutiny. Keep reading to find out more!

According to reports, the 48-year-old actress was recently seen sporting a new hairstyle that has divided the opinions of her fans.

Known for her long, brunette locks, Jolie seems to be trying something different this time, opting for a lighter shade that leans towards blonde.

As expected, social media users had plenty to say about it. One fan commented, “Blonde doesn’t suit her!! Only brown hair is for her.”

Another remarked, “Sadly those aren’t the changes she needs to make.”

A third observer noted, “Her hair makes her look older. Ick.”

And there were even speculations about cosmetic procedures, with one person suggesting, “She probably got a facelift & changed her hair so it wouldn’t be as obvious.”

The recent photos of Jolie were reportedly taken as she left Atelier Jolie, a retail space she opened in New York City’s SoHo district.

Known for her commitment to ethical and sustainable fashion, the items available at her store reflect her values.

Jolie has previously expressed her desire to support artisans and promote sustainable fashion, saying, “I don’t want to be a big fashion designer. I want to build a house for other people to become that. I’ve met a lot of artisans over the years—very capable, talented people—and I’d like to see them grow.”

Some speculate that Jolie’s new hairstyle, along with her venture into sustainable fashion, might mark a new beginning for her.

It’s been seven years since her divorce from Brad Pitt, and there are still unresolved issues between them, leading to ongoing tension.