Elisabeth Moss Joins The Top Of The Crops With New Blonde Hair

23 August 2012 by

Last week we reported that while we were all glued to the Olympics Closing Ceremony good old Miley Cyrus was creating a right old Twitter storm as she and hairstylist Chris McMillan (the very same man behind Jennifer Aniston’s famous ‘Rachel’ cut) had taken to the scissors.

That’s right, the actress had only gone and cut off (nearly all) of her long locks to form a brand new bleach-blonde pixie crop.  We applauded her for giving such a drastic new look a try and it was pretty clear that Miley liked her new crop too, posting: “Never felt more me in my whole life”. She's been busy posting pictures of it ever since.  

Unfortunately the new look didn’t go down quite so well with a few of her fans –  Rapper Tyler the Creator was among the critics, tweeting, 'Your barber is an a**hole.' Ouch.

One US psychologist even suggested that Miley’s latest look is an indicator she could be suffering emotional trauma! Mean or what?! Do you think everyone's reading into the whole situation just a bit too much? The poor girl is only 19 and may well be trying to shrug off her sugary-sweet Disney days.  It's what teenagers do, right? We’ve all been there!

Now there seems to be a more positive reaction taking place.  Not only do we swear that there are a whole fleet of newly shawn mini-Montana’s wondering round London, but it seems that the celebrity lot are following in her footsteps too:  On Tuesday night actress Elisabeth Moss showed up at the New York premiere of For A Good Time, Call... with a new bleach-blonde crop not at all unlike Miley's. She's not the first celeb to make a mega hair statement with a pixie.  Michelle Williams, Anne Hathaway and Emma Watson have all given it a go at one time or another, simultaneously racking up thousands of column lines. Would you dare to trial the style?

Check out Grazia's Pixie Cut Look Book here


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