Solange Knowles Shaves Her Head: Love It or Hate It?

07/23/2009 at 01:28 PM ET

Splash News Online; Tony DiMaio/Abaca

First Cassie shaved off one side of her long locks. Carmen Electra soon tried out a look that mirrored the style, before trend-setter Rihanna gave the entire lower half of her short coif a buzz. And now Solange Knowles has taken Hollywood’s shaving trend to the extreme, shearing all her lanky hair off to a near buzz cut. And while for an event last night she kept the look under cover with a blunt-banged bob wig, today she took her new closely-cropped look out and about in L.A. Tell us: What do you think of Solange’s new bald do? Should she show it off — or do you think she should keep the look under wraps?

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j on

Love It!

Chris on


Robin on

She looks like she’s 48 years old.

Jess on

I’m sorry, but Solange is whack and she tries to hard… There’s a difference between making a fashion statement and going too far, which she has done here.

B on

Hate it

6 on


Krissy on

Oh YUCK!!! There are only a few woman who look good with short hair and she is definitely NOT one of them !!!

Anderson Cooper's girl on

Seriously what’s with all these hollywood girls shaving their heads or part of their heads??? They need to just leave their hair alone.

Serrios on

Glad to see black women put the lace front wiggs etc. away. Yeah!! She looks great.

Cheryl on

Oy!…beedy de bees…

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