Are You Loving Olivia Thirlby's Hairstyle?

02/02/2012 at 12:00 PM ET

Olivia Thirlby Haircut
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Bieber called: he wants his swoosh back! Though the pop star’s once-iconic hairstyle is no more, Juno star Olivia Thirlby is picking up where he left off, trading her long brunette locks for a feminine version of his cut. Popping up at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, last week, the starlet showed off her new look, which references Bieber’s with its bowl-ish shape and sweeping bangs. She’s got the perfect face for a pixie, but we want to know what you think. Tell us: Are you loving Thirlby’s Bieber-esque haircut?


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Christina on

I love the risk. With her smile and air of carefree fun, I think this look is perfect. It makes me want to cut my own hair!

Imogen on

It’s definitely daring! She still looks lovely, but I sort of prefer her longer locks! Luckily she can pull off either look.

Paige on

the cut makes her like a 3rd grader. i hate it.

Tamra on

Big mistake! She looks like she’s trying to hard to be ‘edgy.’ My advice is extensions, stat.

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