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Oh No He Didn’t! Blake Shelton Wants Gwen Stefani To Undergo A Hair Makeunder

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Aug. 25 2016, Published 5:22 p.m. ET

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Gwen Stefani is known for her perfect platinum blonde hair just as much as her singing skills, but all of that could change if Blake Shelton has his way because the country star is begging for a makeunder!

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EXCLUSIVE: Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton exit a kid's gym with Gwen's son Apollo in Los Angeles, California.

EXCLUSIVE: Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton exit a kid’s gym with Gwen’s son Apollo in Los Angeles, California.
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Life & Style reported that Shelton isn’t only mad that Stefani’s hair maintenance costs over $3,000 a month for coloring because “she will never, ever let her roots go dark” — he think she looks better brunette!

“Blake has seen old pictures of her with dark hair and likes the look,” the insider said, adding he also “notice how time-consuming and expensive Gwen’s hair care is.”

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While Stefani did give into his idea for her to wear less makeup, he’s not winning the hair battle after he asked her to go back to dark locks.

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“Gwen says the platinum hair is part of her identity and she won’t change it,” the source said.

The former No Doubt singer has already given into Blake’s demands on her beauty routine, opting for a more natural look without her signature red lips and smoky eye.

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