Matthew McConaughey Chops Off His Locks! Love It Or Hate It?

01/11/2008 at 01:45 PM ET

Agent 47/WENN

It’s been a busy week for Hollywood’s hair stylists, who’ve transformed some of our favorite stars with drastic new dos. We’ve seen Amy Winehouse go platinum, Jessica Biel lighten her locks to a rich honey blonde — and now they’ve turned their shears on Matthew McConaughey. The Fool’s Gold star, who usually favors a shaggier look, has been showing off this new buzz cut. We love that we can see more of his gorgeous face now! Tell us: Do you like Matthew’s new cropped look, or are you hoping he grows it all back?

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Jan on

Looks older

Amy on

Love it! It’s about time you get back to looking like a MAN! Hot!

Randa on

He is just so Hansome! I love the new haircut.

I think I actually like it better than when it’s long..

Very Nice Matthew

Judy Wolfberg on

I HATE IT!

LT on

Looks much better shaggy which suits his adventurous, surfer personality. This haircut makes him look older and very 80s.

VLC on

Hate it! Well, he’ll never look bad, but I love his loose curls. Let it grow out!

Nicole on

HATE IT

Evelyn on

Does this mean that he will stop going topless at the beach also??

Melissa on

I LOVE IT!!! Matthew McConaughey could be bald and still look stunning! He is a man in every sense of the word!!!

dawn on

love it you can finally see his gorgeous face again

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