We need to know what you think about Jennifer Lawrence's latest pixie style

Jennifer Lawrence's Crazy Cowlick Pixie Calls for An Emergency Hair 360°

11/14/2013 at 10:00 AM ET

Jennifer Lawrence hairCarlos Alvarez/Getty(2); Juan Naharro Gimenez/Wire

Clearly, we can spend all day every day talking about Jennifer Lawrence‘s hair (and style!). The actress has tested out a bunch of different pixie looks on The Hunger Games red carpet, but the latest one is worthy of its own story.

For the Madrid premiere of Catching Fire, J.Law teamed her navy Christian Dior gown with some statement-making, head-turning hair. So we needed to take a closer look at the do from all angles. And though it’s definitely crazy, we think it also somehow works.

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The star’s also using her new cut as an excuse to amp up her accessories game, wearing an edgy pair Ana Khouri black diamond wing earrings. And the smoky eye took the whole look to a totally fierce, Katniss level.

Are you a fan of J.Law’s funky cowlick, or do you prefer her with a more polished pixie? Share your thoughts in the comments.

–Brittany Talarico

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LeSigh on

I am in LOVE with her earrings and I must have them immediately.

Lynn on

Her hair looks like it needs to be styled. It’s a mess !! She has such a pretty face, this looks like she just woke up & went out the door without looking in the mirror.

Pat on

reminiscent of “there’s something about mary”! love JL’s pixie, though.

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