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Nicole Richie's New Do: Love it or Hate it?

04/16/2007 at 01:00 PM ET

Even though Nicole Richie’s tried every hair color — blonde to red to brunette — we’d gotten used to her long, caramel colored locks recently. But when she stepped out on the red carpet for the Race to Erase MS Gala in L.A. on Saturday night, the Simple Life star had a much lighter, sleeker shoulder-length cut with heavy bangs. We think the paler blonde sets off her skin tone beautifully, and the bob suits her petite frame. But we want to know what you think! Tell us: Do you love Nicole’s new do? Or should she go back to her old look?

Click here to see more photos, news and a full bio of Nicole Richie, and click here to discuss her style in Off the Rack.

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Erin on

It’s pretty; it looks more grown up; it will be good for court

Priscilla on

Pleaseeeee no one is fighting about her ethinicity, we are just commenting. Stop being so sensitive!!!!

Marti on

I love the new *Do*! She’s looking much prettier these days! :-)

dany on

i love nicole. shes hot either way

Maryse on

I love the short bob on Nicole {even though I think she’s done this bob before}. I like the long wavy hair, but with her petite frame and face, the short looks way better on her and it also brings out the bone structure in her face. Love the color of blonde too. It really makes her look refreshing. Her brown eyes are beautiful. You can tell she looks much better; healthier. She may have a ways to go to meet her ideal weight, but before, if you look at pics of the past, you could see her neck bones protuding out.

My thoughts and prayers go out to the students / victims’ family in the VA. Tech shooting.

OLIVIA on

NICOLE HAS SOOO DONE THIS BEFORE AND WAY BACK INSPIRED ME TO CUT MY HAIR THIS WAY> IT IS A LITTLE LIGHTER THOUGH BUT IT LOOKS GOOD BOTH ALSO NICOLE IS WAAYYYYY PRETTIER THAN HILARY DUFF AND SHES NOT TRYING TO BE LIKE THAT BORE NO ONES FIGHTING OVER RACE, JUST STATING FACTS, MOST PEOPLE MIXED WITH AFRICAN- AMERICAN NO MATTER HOW LIGHT THEY ARE TEND TO CONSIDER THEMSELVES BLACK, BUT DONT NECCESARILY DENY THEIR OTHER ETHNICITIES. EITHER WAY NICOLE LOOKS HOT!

Olivia on

yes please people reaaly do need to stop being so sensitive and yea im black

Maryse on

I love the short bob on Nicole {even though I think she’s done this look before}. I like the long wavy hair, but I think the short bob suits her much better. The bob suits her petite frame and really brings out her bone structure in her face. I love the lighter shade of blonde on her also. It’s so refreshing on her. Her brown eyes are beautiful. Also, she does look better; healthier. She may have aways to go to meet her ideal weight, but if you look at past photos of her, her neck bones were really protruding from her neck, you don’t see that as much in the photo with her sporting the bob.

Sarah on

LOVE LOVE LOVE IT!!!! She is always fabulous and now she looks like she’s really becoming a high class member of society. She looks incredible.

Billie on

thats hot! I love her new short cut it freshens up her face and she looks great

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