Julianne Hough Gets a Pixie!

02/09/2014 at 04:39 AM ET

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The “Hollywood Pixie Club” has a new member. Julianne Hough just debuted a major chop, and we’re totally shocked to see her longer do go.

The actress stepped out in Beverly Hills Saturday sporting a bold side-swept pixie with messy texture. It’s definitely a fresh look for the star, who loves to experiment with extensions. In December, she ditched her shorter hair for long chest-lengh add-ins, so we thought she would be growing her strands in 2014. But she went in the opposite direction.

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The actress hinted at a hair transformation earlier this month, sharing the below photo on Instagram. “When the odd one or two extensions come out, this is what I save them for! Clearly I’ve gone mad…. And I love it!! Have a great day!!!!” she captioned the shot. (Looks like she totally had enough of her faux tresses, and wanted a fresh new cut.)

With Hough’s bone structure, she can pull off any cut, but we just weren’t ready to say goodbye to her swingy shoulder-length style — one of our favorite bobs ever. But we have a feeling the star will try plenty of new styles in the near future. Tell us: What do you think of Hough’s bold new do? Do you love the pixie trend? Can she pull it off?

–Brittany Talarico

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