Jennifer Lawrence’s Shorter Do: Love it or Loathe It?

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Katniss Everdeen is known for her signature side braid, but Jennifer Lawrence just made that look impossible for herself (unless she gets extensions). At the 2013 GLAAD Media Awards, the Hunger Games star debuted drastically shorter hair, sending fans into a frenzy.

Celebrity stylist Mark Townshend, who’s responsible for the cropped ‘do, tells Harper’s BAZAAR, “Jennifer showed up an hour before call time and as she opened the door she was like ‘Mark, I want to cut it all off.’ I was like ‘What? Are we allowed to do that?’ And she said ‘Of course, it’s my hair’!” Here’s a picture of the two, post-lopping:

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What do you think of Jenn’s new locks? Are you loving ‘em? Or do you prefer her longer tresses? Tell us in the comments below!

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10 Responses to "Jennifer Lawrence’s Shorter Do: Love it or Loathe It?"

    Ashley says:

    I love her hair and her smile she is just so cute.

    Ashley says:

    She looks so cute in short hair it matches her.I love her smile.I am a fan of hers

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    Khaliah says:

    I really like her hair short

    Emma says:

    I like it! It makes her look older!

    Kim Buus says:

    I LOVE it jen looks good with Short Long Medium brown black blonde. EVERYTHING!! :)

    Brittney says:

    Personally, I think she looks better with short hair because you’re able to see more of her funny and cute personality. But she can pull off anything. :)

    llove says:

    She looks really good with shorter and longer hair :)

    Frances says:

    I don’t care, I love it!!!

    Hanna says:

    I love it!

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