What Do You Think Of Mena Suvari's Buzz Cut?

08/06/2007 at 01:09 PM ET

Photo: London Entertainment/Splash News

Woah! When Mena Suvari stepped out to lunch in Beverly Hills last week, we did a full double-take! The actress had buzzed her blond locks for the lead role in the film Garden of Eden, coming out in 2008. Mena certainly isn’t the first to get a crew cut for a part —Demi Moore and Natalie Portman also said good-bye to their hair for their art. Like these two beautiful ladies before her, we think Mena can totally pull off the boyish ‘do and still look feminine. Tell us: What do you think of her buzz cut? Do you like her with long blonde hair better?

FILED UNDER: Hair , Movie Style
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robyn on

she looks like britney ;D

Sarah on

She’s doing what Ms. B should have done from the start…wearing it proud!!

350Zgirl on

I think Mena looks hot…Britney should take a hint and get rid of those horrible extensions!

Gus on

love it. wish i could pull it off

Seymour Kreevich on

It looks great! But then, buzz cuts actually work for MOST young women. I hope it gets more fashionable.

Angie on

I think she looks great……



bliss on

are u serious?! this look is for the guys only! even if it is for a movie she stiff looks awful in my opinion!

bliss on

hate it!!!!!!!!!

Brandi on

I think she looks so pretty with this cut! She has the face and the head shape for it!

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