Emma Stone Gets Extensions, Breaks Up With Her 'Lob'

07/17/2014 at 01:27 PM ET

In the hot summer months, many stars get the urge to go shorter (yes, even Channing Tatum!) — but Emma Stone was never one to follow a trend. Instead of going for a chop, she made a major mane change in a different direction.

Emma Stone hairFameFlynet; Donna Ward/Getty

It’s been a big year for Stone’s hair in general. First, she made the transition in January from her Amazing Spider-Man blonde back to her signature red, which she followed up with a gradually shorter series of cuts, culminating in her long bob with bangs and ombré ends.

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Her cute, low-maintenance cut looked perfect with her favorite street style look, an endless parade of cute, Annie Hall-esque hats (like the one above, worn in June) — but apparently she wanted to mix it up for her Magic in the Moonlight press tour. So she went for a more allover cinnamon shade (see ya, blonde tips) and added in about six inches of perfectly-matched red extensions. And we love the beachy waves she’s rocking in her new, longer do.

Do you love Stone with longer hair or miss the bob? Share all your feelings below!

–Alex Apatoff

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ImALadyToo on

I like her much better as a redhead.

ameliediamond on

Emma Stone looks like Ariel

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