Would You Wear Paris's Asymmetrical Bob?

11/26/2007 at 01:00 PM ET

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We’ve seen quite a few fashionistas chop their hair into asymmetrical bobs this year — from Rihanna to Posh, and now Paris Hilton. While we applaud the heiress’s decision to ditch her signature extensions, she may be proof that this style isn’t for everyone. We want to know: Do you think Paris’s bob is too asymmetrical? Would you sport this style?

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Blake on

Ew. Gross. It looks like they forgot to cut one side of her hair. You can only pull that off if you’re British.

RACHEL on

It makes her looks so much more mature and classy! I love it!

Lydia on

It looks like an unfinished haircut. That’s soooo NOT hot.

Sarah on

Good Job Paris!!

She looks darling and very mature. Much better than other past styles.

Lelani on

I think her hair looks ridiculous. Posh’s reverse mullet,( business in the back, party in the front ) is the WORST style I have ever seen. The main reason short hair is so popular is people are lazy. As for extensions, the thought of a perfectly healthy woman having another womans hair woven to her head simple because she is too lazy to care for her own hair is absurd.

janet on

I LOVE IT!!!! As soon as i saw it i wanted this haircut for myself.

Bethany on

Her best look yet!

jane on

I’m absolutely loving it! She is beautiful and this really suits her.

Nat on

Lelani THANK YOU I can’t believe someone else feels the same way.

I must say the beauty regiments of today are absolutely ridiculous. I think it’s great to have fun with your appearance but nowadays beauty has taken such an ugly turn; fake hair, fake nails, fake eyelashes, 50 pounds of makeup put on with a trowel everyday, plastic surgery and frakenstein ingredient filled cosmetics and gross fake tanning. Barf. Natural beauty is being devoured by marketing and dangerous/fake/tacky alternatives. Since most girls do all this junk to themselves for men it bears mentioning that most men find the whole fake thing disgusting unless it’s actually necessary for serious reasons (like “all my hair fell out because I’m battling cancer”). Paris could do a lot of good with the massive amount of wigs and fake hair she has. I always thought of fake hair as a total Grandma thing like “hey honey help Grandma put her wig on”. It’s so sad and almost hilarious in a pathetic kind of way seeing young generations of prefectly healthy girls wearing wigs and fake hair. Gosh I really wonder if these fake and bake queens that rule Hollywood have ever gone through anything real or difficult in their lives (that excludes their own self created misery) because their beauty regiments say a tremendous amount about what shallow, sheltered, materialistic lives they lead.

Lelani on

Nat, I agree with your comments too. There is way too much fake in todays beauty. My hair is to my waist, one length, and is all me. At least a couple times a month people ask if I have extensions, yuck. It is not rocket science to have long hair, stay out of the parlor, and when you do go bring a friend to watch you back, literally, and only get a trim to even the ends. People say they don’t have time to care for long hair ??? If they watch tv, they have time. I regularly get compliments on my hair and guys tell me they wish their girlfriend/wife would grow their hair.

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