Have You Seen Maggie Gyllenhaal's New Pixie Cut?

03/25/2013 at 10:19 AM ET

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Forget pin-straight strands or long, wavy locks. The hottest haircut in Hollywood these days, thanks to stars including Miley Cyrus and Anne Hathaway, is short and sweet — and the latest celeb to rock the style is Maggie Gyllenhaal.

The Won’t Back Down actress ditched her shoulder-length bob for a super-short, piece-y pixie.

RELATED: Vote on more star dramatic hair cuts and color changes here!

And thanks to Gyllenhaal’s new do, we hardly recognized her. Dressed in a sheer tee and printed pants, she looked like any other low-key Brooklyn mom walking around her N.Y.C. neighborhood with her kids — though those giant movie-star shades might have tipped us off.

We’re split on what we think of the new crop, so we’ll put it to a vote. Tell us: What do you think of Gyllenhaal’s pixie cut?

–Alex Apatoff

FILED UNDER: Beauty , Hair
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Annie Mouse on

OMG. No. Ladies, STOP cutting your hair so short. This style rarely is flattering on women.

pollyhanaha on

She looks great!

Kitchy on

Yes. I assume it’s even cuter when it’s styled. Maggie can wear the ultra short hair, it looks great on her.

Lili on


kiss my. .toe on

I wont do it to my hair

Megan on

She just aged herself +10 years.

kitty62862 on

Very flattering!

Miriam on

She has the face for it. I love it!

Pinkdaisy on


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