Halle Berry's New Do: Love It or Hate It?

01/23/2008 at 02:30 PM ET

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Halle Berry has sailed through her pregnancy looking nothing short of spectacular — now that’s a pregnant glow! But she’s not done playing around with her style just because she’s almost due. Halle stepped out for lunch in Los Angeles this week with a new ‘do — chin-length curls. From her pixie cuts to long waves, this is one star who’s proven that she can pull off any style, and this cute bob is no exception. We want to know what you think! Tell us: Do you love Halle with short curls? Or do you prefer her with longer hair?

FILED UNDER: Hair , Halle Berry
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sharon on

I hate it!

Neicy on

She looks great. I love it!

Mary on

Oprah’s little sister! Ha, Ha – I thought she reminded me of someone. I don’t like it and usually I think she looks so great.

Anny on

Horrible! Absolutely horrible. If it ain’t broke, don’t fool with it! I Can´t belive it

Laura on

I absolutly love it, I think she looks gorgeous!

Darla on

It looks fabulous. Radiant as usual. YOU GO GIRL!!!!!

Elena on

I think any hair style looks great when we talk about nice person

Pam on

Love it — she looks great in any hairstyle


It looked cuter before, I don’t like it. eeelll!!

Sandy on

She looks totally ridiculous!!!! What the heck was she thinking?????

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