For anyone who has ever had difficulty telling Tia and Tamera Mowry apart, your problems have been solved! Tia has chopped off her long locks, and is now rocking an amazing pixie cut. The "Sister Sister" actress claims that her new style is "liberating," and she certainly wears it well. Here is a look at some of the other stars who made the pixie cut look super glamorous.
Emma Watson made the pixie cut look exceptional when she took the plunge and had a dramatic hair makeover after she'd finished filming the "Harry Potter" movies. Watson is a stunner no matter what she does with her hair, but she confessed that boys weren't crazy about the short style. Luckily for Emma, she wasn't bothered. In an interview with Glamour magazine, she told her critics, "Well, honestly, I don't really care what you think!" Gotta love this girl's confidence!
Last month, Rihanna continued the trend of her ever-changing hair, when she showed off a stunning cropped style. Although it was initially a shock to see her locks so short, it certainly wasn't as eye-catching as the red and blonde styles she's worn in the past. Rhi-Rhi is just one of those girls who looks beautiful no matter what.
Michelle Williams has kept her hair short for many, many years. Those who remember her "Dawson's Creek" days will recall she used to wear her hair in a shoulder length bob, and for a while, jaw length curls. The actress has kept her hair cropped for more than five years, explaining that it's a memorial to Heath Ledger, who was the "one straight man who ever liked short hair."
Back in the summer, Cyrus shocked everyone by getting the snip! Her dramatic change to a blonde pixie cut got everyone talking. The 19-year-old posted many photos of her new 'do on Twitter, showing just how versatile short hair can be. In spite of some people saying they didn't like it, Miley made it clear that her fiancé, Liam Hemsworth, loved the style, and really, who else matters?
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