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Ciara's New Haircut: Love It or Hate It?

07/20/2009 at 01:54 PM ET

Courtesy of Ciara

It’s been a busy summer of celebrity hair change-ups, with everyone from Kim Kardashian to Katherine Heigl trying out new looks. Add Ciara to that list. The singer took to her Twitter page to share her short new hairstyle with her fans, saying, “Here’s my new haircut by Kiyah Wright!:) we teamed up!:),” before adding “Another pick of the new cut by Kiyah Wright!:) Were having fun!:)” She later went on to include a close-up shot before adding the final shot above with: “one mo for ya:) i love my fans!” Tell us: Do you love Ciara’s new do, or do you think she should go back to long locks?

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hayley on

i dont like it

Hayley on

I love it!

Val on

she’s so beautiful and every haircut do suits her new image

stephanie on

LOVE IT !!! :)

margann on

Hate it!

tia on

hate it she looks better with long hair

Mal on

Not a fan of the hair…aside from that I think she is stunning!

wanda on

Nope it do not look guud on her!

staci on

I think she is absolutely gorgeous no matter what haircut she has, but the hair reminds me of Rhianna.

Lucy on

she would look good in ANYTHING -

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