What's Ashlee's Best Look: Wavy or Straight?

10/10/2007 at 01:00 PM ET

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Ashlee Simpson turned up at the Hollywood Style Awards last weekend with such pin-straight hair that we had to look twice — and compare it to her usual soft waves! The sleek and straight look definitely complemented her somber black dress, but it’s great to see her in a sexy party dress with tousled hair too! We can’t decide which look we like better for the pop singer, so we want to know what you think. Tell us: What’s Ashlee’s best look? Wavy or straight?

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♥KATELYN♥ on

To be brutally honest, Ashlee still is not that gorgeous, nose job or not. Her face always has the same boring expression and she sucks at singing either. Lip-syching works better for her because it does not actually require talent, which works well for Ash! Plus then, those of us who listen to the music do not have to be punnished! Wavy hair does make her somewhat prettier , though!

Chelsea on

i think her best look is anything without pete

Jenna on

I love her hair. Period. But I have to go with wavey!

Katelyn on

Daisy-Please stop argueing. It will get you no where. You are suppose to comment on the article, not one other people’s posts.

I think she looks better with wavy hair. But I think maybe a couple of inches off her hair, and it would look better. I say that, because she has been wearing her hair like that for a while, and with a new season, I think a new haircut would suit her.

Elissa on

I know that young girls like the long hair look, it’s back to the late 60’s and early 70’s.

Ashley can wear her hair either straight or wavy, but what she actually could use are bangs to shorten her not-that-long narrow face. What a difference it makes on so many young women and women of any age if their faces are not oval, the only shape face that can wear any hairdo if they’re also blessed with thick hair!

As for her new nose, anything that makes you uncomfortable or self-conscious, why not change, as long as it’s reasonable.

She has a beautifully shaped nose now, if I had had the money when I was younger, I’d most certainly have opted to have mine reshaped due to a bump which has made me self-conscious all my life. Besides, being in the public eye is most definitely a good reason, now I’m sure she feels more confident which is what changing a feature is intended for.

By the way, she is so much prettier than her sister, she has lovely blue eyes that are soft and feminine.

Best to you, Ashlee

zoe on

she looks like a plastic nothing either way so it doesnt matter.

sarah on

i think she looks beautiful either way. she’s SO cute
peace and love

Nat on

Boy my other post was riddled with spelling mistakes, I should have read it before I posted. Daisy I agree 100%. The people who do have plastic surgery because they can afford it fall under the category of more money than brain cells and more greed and vanity than compassion and perspective. As a person who is seriously ill and spends many days a week at hospitals for a very serious REAL illness that I have absolutely no choice in and no control over (unlike the addicts of Hollywood) I find it a bit repulsive to see people waste money on beauty surgery when that money could be donated to help those suffering from cancer and the encyclopedia of tragic illness that affect old and young people alike.

Having a little button nose, being a size 2 (since I was a teenager) and having a natural full bust perhaps I don’t know the horrors of growing up with a big nose or all the other painful afflictions of perfectly healthy blessed people but, living in Africa and seeing so much suffering in my life I simply feel there are much more important things to work on in this world than our silly outer appearance. I enjoy taking care of myself just as much as any other girl and sure hair and fashion are fun (that’s why I commented) but, I believe in putting one’s energy into things that really matter (something you learn to do even more when you loose your health and you’re still in your 20’s). Perhaps illnesses like cancer would have a cure by now if millionaires like Pam Anderson and Ashley Simpson gave their money to worthy medical causes instead of their own slicing, dicing and stuffing beauty regiments. Imagine how useful all those doctors could be if they were working in Africa or with terminally ill children instead of shoving implants into real life desperate housewives and spoiled pampered celebrities. This was just about the girl’s hair but with the debate that began I felt the need to share my thoughts. In the end it is a personal choice and my husband and I find sad that healthy people feel the need to make it. I wish all my doctors visits and my upcoming surgery was a choice. But in the end I love my life and am grateful for each and every experience because they’ve taught me a lot about the true value of life.

Me on

Wavy!

stacy on

Both are great, but wavy looks softer on her

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