Would You Wear Paris's Asymmetrical Bob?

11/26/2007 at 01:00 PM ET

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We’ve seen quite a few fashionistas chop their hair into asymmetrical bobs this year — from Rihanna to Posh, and now Paris Hilton. While we applaud the heiress’s decision to ditch her signature extensions, she may be proof that this style isn’t for everyone. We want to know: Do you think Paris’s bob is too asymmetrical? Would you sport this style?

FILED UNDER: Hair , Paris Hilton
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Stephanie on

She looks lovely! Pretty in a really mature way.

Jenna on

Durrrrrr! its so cute! Paris has awesome style!

Amanda on

LOVE it, I am getting my hair cut just like this once my current bob grows out.

She looks way better like this then with the stupid extension.

candi on

i love her hair. i think it looks better short rather than long!

fashionexpert on

NO!!! I hate those haircuts

AJ on

Don’t get me wrong I like the cut, but come on doesn’t every celebrity have this do now. . .be original people!!!!!!!

blah on

i dont like this look on her at all, i think its time for a hair color change and she needs to stop with the blue contacts too… not cute.


I Love The “Victoria Beckham” Inspired Bobs!


Im Planning To Get One Like “Posh” This Weekend!(No Layers, Even Length @ The Back,Equally Steep @ The Sides, With Some Brow Bangs)


Rachel on

No. I’m tired of this look.

Jaime on

I’m a hairstylist. Everyone is already asking for it. =)

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