Jennifer Love Hewitt's Breakup Bob: Love it or Hate it?

03/22/2010 at 10:44 AM ET

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Who hasn’t had a breakup hair cut before? Looks like Jennifer Love Hewitt is the most recent newly single gal to chop off her locks for a clean start. The now single actress–who split from boyfriend, and Ghost Whisperer costar, Jamie Kennedy a few weeks ago after a year of dating–debuted a shorter do late last week. Though Jennifer has always been known for her long luxurious locks, we love the choppy layers and cropped length of her new coif. With this new sexy style, the star is sure to shake her fear of dating again sooner rather than later. Tell us: What do you think of Jennifer Love Hewitt’s new do? Do you love it or hate it?

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M. West on

She looks great!

Gloria on

Jennifer, I love you but I am not feeling the haircut. Still luv ya though!!

Tulip on

The haircut is great. however, she needs to wear lighter pastel eyeshadows. The dark stuff on her eyes makes her look 40 y/o.

Rebecca on

She could do just about anything to her hair and still look great. She’s so beautiful!

Dave on

Hate it… She’s beautiful but the hair needs to be longer.

Adriana on


Vicki63 on

I love watch Ghost Whisper. I love your new hair.

Adrienne on

I love it! She always has great hair styles :)

G on

Well, I really like when she has her hair in a bob. I thought she wore extentions anyway…

Amanda on

Love it!

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