Jennifer Lawrence is many things but a follower is definitely not one of them. So, when she decided to chop off her luscious locks and try something new, it should surprise no one she decided not to jump on the Miley Cyrus pixie cut train and instead opted for her own sassy and shortish concoction.
The actress was spotted earlier this week at LAX, but at the time, her hair was completely covered. No one really thought anything of it, but ahead the Global Fan Day interviews for Catching Fire she was scheduled to give today, the actress hit up her Facebook account to let the world know how her head was looking.
She’s rocking a pretty goofy face in the above picture, but according to E! Online, the actress has already settled into life as a woman with short hair. She apparently loves it and isn’t having any of the regrets that sometimes come with making a big change.
As for fan reaction, it’s been, of course, decidedly mixed. There are some who think Lawrence’s lack of hair really helps to highlight how naturally beautiful her face is, while also serving as a fun change-up for the starlet to rock briefly. There are others, however, who think going the short route was the wrong decision. They feel she’s less pretty without her long locks.
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