Sarah Michelle Gellar's New 'Do: Love It or Hate It?

08/07/2007 at 06:00 AM ET

Mike Marsland/Spotlight Press/Globe; Tom Vickers/Splash News

Sarah Michelle Gellar is no stranger to changing her hair color — we’ve seen her go from light Buffy-era browne to a rich brunette before. But we always think of the actress with long hair, so we can’t stop staring at her new (darker) bob! Sarah Michelle certainly has the bone structure to carry off a shorter ‘do, but we miss her long locks already! Tell us: What do you think of Sarah Michelle’s new ‘do? Love it or hate it?

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Krissy on

Love it – good look for her!



Bridgette on

I love her new cut. She is so beautiful that she can pull a multitude of styles off. I hope to see her in more roles in movies and television.

:huh: on

i like it alot i think it looks great

Lauren R on

I love Sarah Michelle no matter what, but I’m partial to the long hair!

Grenda on

Are there any better pictures of her with her new haircut? it would be much easier to judge
if both pictures were equally flattering.
In this picture, I really can’t get a good
sense of her hair. Please post another one
that is better!

Rebecca on

Hate it.

Jenna on


traci on

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE her new hairstyle!! No one should get stuck with one style.

kristi on

i like it, but can we say calista flockhart!?!

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