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Everybody's Talking About: Kate Winslet's Bleach Blonde Vogue

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Actress Kate Winslet appears on the cover of April's Vogue UK—but some people are saying that the star is virtually unrecognizable in the Mario Testino-lensed photo.

Winslet's third-ever British Vogue cover sees her in a viscose knit Roland Mouret dress, makeup by Lancome and a new bleach-blonde do by Kerastase and Orlando Pita for Orlo Salon.

What happened to Winslet's signature, soft, caramel shoulder-length waves? And what's up with the extreme new look? Do you prefer her bleached blonde or did you like her better before?
· Spring Beginnings [Vogue UK]