Katherine Heigl Shows Off New Short Haircut

03/11/2011 at 12:40 PM ET

Katherine Heigl Haircut
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Katherine Heigl has always been a master of the quick color change — she’s gone from blonde to brunette and back again more times than we can count. But the actress took her style up a notch yesterday while out in Los Angeles (in a Cushnie et Ochs Wall Street dress), debuting a super-short platinum do (could it be inspired by Kate Winslet?). Heigl has long been married to her somewhat lengthy locks — regardless of the color, she’s sported shoulder-length or longer hair for some time. So to see her snip it off is a surprise, to say the least! Tell us: What do you think of Heigl’s new look? Kate Hogan

FILED UNDER: Beauty , Celebs , Hair , Katherine Heigl
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Kellie on

It ages her. Short hair ages anyone.

Darian on

Don’t like it.

DJ on

Still the same face. Don’t know what the attraction is with her. Acting and looks aren’t horrible, but not great either.

Just Me on

Looks like she hasn’t washed it in a week.

Sandy on

I don’t like the new hair style at all! It ages her and actually looks “Greasy” limp and dead…..

mattie on

super cute! I love it!

Donna Kinder on

I think she looks beautiful…….Love it…….

Brinna on

Looks much older. If i was in my early 30’s, i’d definitely not want to appear 10 years older.

wendy on

EWWWWW not flattering at all.

Ashley R. on

i love it on her. it is really cute.

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