Matthew McConaughey Chops Off His Locks! Love It Or Hate It?

01/11/2008 at 01:45 PM ET

Agent 47/WENN

It’s been a busy week for Hollywood’s hair stylists, who’ve transformed some of our favorite stars with drastic new dos. We’ve seen Amy Winehouse go platinum, Jessica Biel lighten her locks to a rich honey blonde — and now they’ve turned their shears on Matthew McConaughey. The Fool’s Gold star, who usually favors a shaggier look, has been showing off this new buzz cut. We love that we can see more of his gorgeous face now! Tell us: Do you like Matthew’s new cropped look, or are you hoping he grows it all back?

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Evelyn on

Does this mean he will stop going topless at the beach also?

dawn on

love it i can finally see his face again

Sher on

I agree with LT it doesn’t suit his personality. Grow it out!

rebecca aldrich on

I love him, he is beautiful, it’s the eyes and the smile

rebecca on

love it love hime, he is beautiful

Alissa on

I am not a huge fan! I think the hair cut ages his charming looks! I miss the surfer, free spirited and wild style of the past!

ed on

I’ve had some bad haircuts but this looks like a boating accident its so bad. Check out the swirls.
He had it made with the long hair. Some of the that stuff won’t be coming back it seems. He must be tired of being chased down the street by women, I know it got old for me.

Heather on

Its about time. He looks so much better

Regina on

Hate it!!

Sandy on


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