7 Celebrities Who Should’ve Never Cut Their Hair Off
Not everyone can pull of short hair! Remember when Keri Russell decided to cut her long curly locks off during season two of “Felicity?” Viewers were pretty upset about the change – so upset, in fact, that it had a direct impact on ratings. After that, a network exec announced that they would no longer allow hairstyle changes on their network again. In spite of this, celebrities – who obviously look better with longer hair – still try to pull off short hairstyles. Here are our picks for 7 celebrities who should’ve never cut their hair off – Let us know if you agree!
7. Hayden Panettiere
Hayden Panettiere looks great with a bob; however, she looks really awful with a pixie cut. After examining some photos from 2010 when she chopped all of her hair off, we can honestly say that really short hair just doesn’t suit her. Also, she has no idea how to style a pixie cut. Slicking it back it just so unstylish. She could have kept her hair long and still rocked that look.
It looks like the former “Heroes” star was trying to redefine herself with her hair. Before she cut it off, she had dyed it red in an effort to distance herself from the cute blond girl image she had cultivated earlier in her career. “I’m typically a very fiery person anyway, but I just feel like cute and blonde and little is just so one category and one thing and changing my hair color, I feel like I don’t have to overcompensate so much for the fact that I don’t like being called cute or anything like that – especially being all 5ft 2 of me,” she told the Daily Mail.
6. Emma Watson
Emma Watson is practically perfect. She is incredibly fashionable, quite articulate, talented and just a great example of what every celebrity should aspire to be. While we usually praise everything that the former “Harry Potter” star does, we just cannot get behind her pixie cut. She has really fine features, which should have made the hairstyle work; however, it just never really looked that good on her.
Even if we never liked it, Watson really did. “If I had it my way, I would have just kept it short forever,” she told Glamour. “Of course, men like long hair. There’s no two ways about it. The majority of the boys around me were like, ‘Why did you do that? That’s such an error.’ And I was like, ‘Well, honestly, I don’t really care what you think!’ I’ve never felt so confident as I did with short hair – I felt really good in my own skin.”