The 24-year-old debuted the boyish crop that made her career. "Sure, I like my short hair," she told People. "It also quadrupled my rate. I did get sick of seeing it on everybody, thoughevery stewardess, every salesclerk and in every restaurant."
During the '90s, supermodel Linda Evangelista changed her haircolor a whopping 17 times within a four year time period. And we're not talking a few highlights here and thereshe worked everything from platinum to crayon-bright red to deep mahogany, ultimately scoring herself a gig with Clairol. How did the Canadian-born beauty get her start as a quick-change artist? "Those natural lightening sun products," she told People. Be forewarned, Sun-In can be a gateway dye!