She is naturally a brunette so she wouldn't have blonde hair at all. The only reason she had blond hair was because of the magic flower and I am also assuming that her hair grew so long so fast was also because of the magic flower. (No ones hair grows to be 70ft long in 18 years it just doesn't happen) but if she never cut her hair she could reasonably have tailbone or knee length hair but I don't see why she would have blond hair.
I disagree. Blond hair, that was because the hair had power in it. I don't think she's naturally blond (I'd have to watch the movie again to see her in baby form, but I'm pretty sure she's brunette). Though long hair, I think that'd make sense. Just not extremely long, maybe up to her butt or higher would make sense. At least, to me.
i love short hair on girls, and i thought it was especially cute on rapunzel. so yeah i definitely had a preference for it.
and I thought her long hair was nice too, and i thought of the idea of her starting with it and then getting a haircut later in the story...buuut then i realised it would really mean much either way. like it would be that interesting or have any relevance to the plot...she just wpuld have gotten a hair cut. Apart from being a nice callback to the movie i didnt see how it would be interesting to read about at all haha. so yeah, i decided her hair didn't particularly matter in a real life setting, unlike it did in the movie where it was magical and all, so i just decided i might as well go with the one i like better anyway.
wow, rapunzel looks so different like that, she looks a bit more mature than her personality shows and it's definitely different from other outfits you've drawn her in. she still looks amazing as usual.