Kelly Rowland Gets a Sleek Bob! Are You Loving Her Short Hair?

02/10/2014 at 12:45 PM ET

Kelly Rowland haircutGregg DeGuire/WireImage; Chelsea Lauren/Getty (2)

Kelly Rowland has always loved to experiment with her hair. (Just check out this throwback photo from 2002!) From bangs and blonde highlights to a crazy kinky curl, the Celeb Style Council member’s mane changes quite a lot. And her latest hair transformation is one we didn’t see coming: a sleek, swingy bob.

The singer debuted her shorter do at New York Fashion Week, and it’s a complete 180 from her longer highlighted strands. She sported a center part with her fresh blunt cut. And for those of you who are questioning whether or not this look is a wig (we thought it might be too!) we’re pretty sure it’s not, because her hairline is visible. We think she was just ready to get rid of the extensions.

Rowland has been busy hitting the NYFW scene and sharing snaps of all her looks along the way. Check out some below and tell us what you think of her new hair look in the comments!

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–Brittany Talarico

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Tigs on

She needs bangs or even half bangs like her photo with longer hair. Her forehead is too high. I think it would soften her look more.

Tina on

Why is it always an article when someone takes out their weave/extensions and gets a trim?

ThatSoaringChick on

MUCH better!!!

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