Naomi Watts Chops Off Her Hair for a Cute New Bob

03/06/2013 at 01:04 PM ET

Naomi Watts haircut, bobDominique Charriau/WireImage

We’ve been talking about Naomi Watts nonstop for the past few months, thanks to her stunning red carpet style. But now we’re talking about the actress for another reason: her gorgeous new haircut.

Watts debuted a loose, wavy bob in Paris on Wednesday, immediately earning a spot on editors’ Hair Inspiration Pinterest boards. The cut is definitely departure from the long layers she’s sported for ages, but we we’re loving the soft new look on her.

Since many of the celebs who have recently gone for dramatic chops have gone for severe, slightly androgynous pixies (we’re thinking of Miley Cyrus and Anne Hathaway) Watts opted for a softer, wavy do, with flattering face-framing layers.

We didn’t think Watts could get any hotter after her awards season style streak, but we have to say this sweet new do, paired with her chic outfit at Paris Fashion Week, may have proved us wrong.

Tell us: What do you think of Watts’s haircut? Do you prefer her hair long or short?

–Zoë Ruderman

PHOTOS: VOTE ON MORE HAIR CUT AND COLOR CHANGES HERE!

FILED UNDER: Beauty , Hair , Naomi Watts

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fanofboardwalkempire on

I love the bob look on Naomi- really pretty on her!

Julesy on

I don’t think it looks so great. Looks sort of messy. She has really thin hair.

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