What Do You Think Of Mena Suvari's Buzz Cut?

08/06/2007 at 01:09 PM ET

Photo: London Entertainment/Splash News

Woah! When Mena Suvari stepped out to lunch in Beverly Hills last week, we did a full double-take! The actress had buzzed her blond locks for the lead role in the film Garden of Eden, coming out in 2008. Mena certainly isn’t the first to get a crew cut for a part –Demi Moore and Natalie Portman also said good-bye to their hair for their art. Like these two beautiful ladies before her, we think Mena can totally pull off the boyish ‘do and still look feminine. Tell us: What do you think of her buzz cut? Do you like her with long blonde hair better?

FILED UNDER: Hair , Movie Style

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HUH?? on

ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww

chofu on

i hate it
i dont like it at all

[CHIKA26] on

OMG FIRST I THOUGHT SHE WAS P!NK !! BUT IT LOOKS GOOD COOL CUT..!!

sam on

=O why did she do that!!! she was hot with her long hair

Meagan on

She looks great. I think it would be edgy to keep her hair like this..even after the movie raps.

Shelby on

natalie portman pulled it off better…Mena just looks like Spears just a bit longer…and thats not really a compliment…

LUCYLEE on

She looks gorgeous!

Jess on

It’s way cool

TT on

Who the hell is she?

Brittnee on

its really really ugly on her she should have left it like it wuz

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