Posh's New Long Hair: Love It Or Hate It?

06/28/2010 at 09:56 AM ET

Splash News Online

When Victoria Beckham lopped off her Spice Girl-era hair extensions in 2006 for a chic chin length bob, she single-handedly made the short do fashionable, causing A-list pals like Katie Holmes and Eva Longoria Parker to follow suit. So it came as little surprise when, two years later, the trendsetting designer pushed beauty boundaries again, shearing her hair into a chic gamine crop — likely inspiring more than a few celebs to go super-short. And now, the star is trailblazing yet again, snapped over the weekend sporting hair extensions for a new longer look. Photographed with sons Brooklyn and Cruz en route to Cannes, Posh looked as glam as ever exiting her jet in a bright yellow dress, oversize shades and flowing long hair that hit well-below the shoulder. Given her trendsetting ways, will we see a move from bobs to long locks? Tell us: What do you think of Posh’s new do? Do you prefer her with short or long hair?

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Allison on

Actually I prefer her with a smile……which you never see! My God – she is a multimillionaire……how can she be that unhappy. That is so sad because there are people with much bigger problems than her…..I know the paparazzi are a nightmare and they drive people nuts but things could be worse for her. She looks miserable!!!

Pie on

You would think with all her money she could get more expensive extentions. Looks like they came from a long haired weasel. If weasels had long hair.

Jane on

I don’t understand why some people on here are so catty. You all keep saying that if she loves her life then why doesn’t she ever smiles. Do you all love YOUR life? Because people who take shots at others don’t seem like happy life lovers to me. They seem bitter and miserable. I think she’s fabulous. If anyone watched her special a few years ago “Coming to America” she commented on her lack of smiling. She doesn’t like how she looks when she smiles but she’s not a miserable person. I think she’s adorable!

naomi on

i think she is absolutely gorgeous. a fashion icon. she could almost do anything and look incredible. i just wish she would SMILE more! she is the type of person that if you didn’t know her, you’d assume she was a big snob. but when she is on shows and interviews, she seems wonderful! maybe she is the shy type that so often gets misunderstood.

lola on

LOVE IT! She looks like she did back when she had super long locks years and years ago.

Jennay on

It doesn’t matter what she does to improve herself. Until she learns how to smile, nothing will make her look good.

Annie on

This makes her look ordinary. How this can be considered “trendsetting” is beyond me, since sooo many people in Hollywood sport extensions.

M on

I remember her saying the reason she took out her extensions years ago was because her husband always pulled them out when they were having sex!! Oh to have her problems!!

x on

If you (Al) can say that Victoria looks cheaps then you are an idiot! She never looks cheap!

pinkmomma on

LOL yes,itsme! i think the reason why she doesnt smile is the british dental problems, i mean really, have you seen them these last few years…heck i wouldnt show my teeth either! LOL, i think her hair is pretty boring, not really that edgy or fashion forward..havent we seen this before??

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