Zosia Mamet Gets a Bob for the Golden Globes - We're Loving This Trend!

01/12/2014 at 07:22 PM ET

Zosia Mamet haircutFilmmagic; Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP

But what does this mean for Shosh’s giant sock buns?!

Girls star Zosia Mamet hit the red carpet showing off a major hair change (Our predictions keep coming true!) — instead of the superlong waves she’s had since the start of her time on the hit HBO show, she had a cute, piecey new bob. All of the Girls stars had us buzzing with their killer red carpet looks, but chatter was highest about how great Mamet’s new look is.

RELATED: See all our Golden Globes coverage right here!

She also appeared to go for a slightly lighter shade of brunette to go with her much-lighter (in terms of sheer weight) new haircut, and traded her center parted waves for a side part and lots of swingy movement in her chin-length do. She accented the new look with modern eye makeup, Lorraine Schwartz jewels and a classic black-and-white Reem Acra dress.

Are you into Mamet’s new cut? Weigh in below!

–Alex Apatoff

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Bridget Milinski on

LOVE her, love the cut!

Marcia on

This is much more flattering. And it looks like she got her eyebrows thinned out a little and has more eye makeup on—her eyes look less, well, beady.

StillDontLikeShortHair on

First of the celebrity chops that is actually an improvement. Her eybrows look awesome, too. Really nice look!

Mary on

Wow, what a transformation! She looks way better with it short. Thinking of cutting off my hair!

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