Elisha Cuthbert's New Pixie Haircut

03/20/2007 at 01:00 PM ET

As soon as Elisha Cuthbert took her front row seat at the Imitation of Christ show last night in L.A., her cute new pixie ‘do got the attention of fellow fashionista, Ali Larter, who was sitting just a couple seats away. “I love your haircut!” cooed Larter. Cuthbert smiled and said thanks, but it was clearly not the first time she had received the compliment since cutting off her chin length bob. And she wouldn’t trade it for anyone else’s lovely locks. Elisha tells PEOPLE, “I’m loving mine right now, I gotta tell you. Not a lot of girls do it, and I was really nervous to and then I just like let it go and went for it. It’s easy.” Mara Roszak at Chris McMillan did the big snip. “I love her. I’ve been going to her for the last 3 years. She’s 21 and she rocks!” And what brought on the new daring do? “With all the damage I’ve done [to my hair], I feel like you know what — it’s just time to get rid of it.” Tell us: What do you think of Elisha’s new pixie cut?

Photo: Vince Flores/celebrity photo

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leti on

a great look for her. i love it. I think i’ve been inspired.

Ani on

She looks really nice and cute…. Best look for summer! :)

sam on

cool and sassy…

Melissa on

I love it! I could never pull it off though. It is bold but sophisticated. ALso great for the hot summer days!

Molly Semanian on

Absolutely darling! Not everyone could pull this off, but she looks great. Hmm…maybe it’s time to cut off my long hair! :)

Anonymous on

To the person who said getting pixie cuts are hard for normal people who can’t afford extensions the next week, SO TRUE!!! Last year, in March or so, I got a pixie cut on my hair, everyone kept on telling me I looked really cute, but I missed my long hair (I had hair almost to my waist and I donated it) a lot after a while. My hair’s grown out by now, but the pixie cut is pretty hard to pull off. I think the only way I pulled it off was by wearing slightly more feminine outfits(believe me, when you get your hair cut that short, you’ve gotta prove to people with one look that you’re a girl so wear conspicuous earrings, or skirts, or something). As for Michelle vs. Elisha, Elisha looks really great in this, cuz her face is longer (Michelle’s face is too round to pull it off really well. She still looks good, though). Pixie’s rock! But make sure you think hard before cutting your hair, cut once it’s done, there’s no turning back.

Emily on

Her new hair cut is so cute she looks so adorable she’s a very gorgeous girl

jap on

elisha cuthbert is an actress (canadian) who stars in 24 as keifer sutherland’s (also canadian)daughter. i think she tries too hard to be in the limelight.

Rebeca on

Muy guapa, como siempre !!

Bekka on

i actually got my hair cut like that back in december and loved it (I took in a picture of mandy moore when here hair was like that because i have always loved the style). i have only cut my hair short twice in my life and still dont regret cutting it this time (they cut off about 7 inches). those who say that it only looks good on small faced people don’t know what they are talking about. I don’t have the smallest features and everyone is trying to get me to keep this style. my suggestion to anyone wanting to try as style like this but don’t know if it will look good is to play around with photoshop and see first hand what it looks like first hand on you. that is what i did to help make up my mind.

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