Halle's New Pixie Cut: Love It or Hate It?

05/26/2009 at 10:38 AM ET

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The best way to beat the summer heat? Take a cue from Halle Berry and chop off your hair! The sexy star, who had already recently trimmed and lightened her hair, kicked off the summer season by showing off a new pixie do over the weekend, which was similar to the shorter hair that used to be her signature style. And while we loved Halle’s longer locks, we have to say that it takes one hot mama to pull off such a short and sleek style! Tell us: Do you love Halle Berry’s pixie cut or should she go back to longer hair?

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jj on

I just read some of the postings and you HATERS should really stop it. HALLE BERRRY is beautiful no matter what what hair style she wears. HATERS..HATERS are just JEALOUS LOL

Kimber on

This pixie cut is too cute!
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Ren on

Love it!

sandra on

This is hers.I hope she keeps this look. She looks fresh and youthful and it fits her to a tee. I’m glad she’s back.

dee on

Love it!!!

PETAL on

I LOVE IT. SHE LOOKS AMAZING WITH SHORT & LONG HAIR.

waad on

she looks younger and hotter
love it

XuyenN on

Nice sunglass

Faith on

Halle looks beautiful regardless of her hair style. I think this hair cut looks great on her, it really accents her face, plus it’s her signature look.

Steve on

Love it, Hot!!

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