Hair-Ess a Cut Below


Aug. 30 2007, Published 11:29 a.m. ET

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Paris Hilton is often, for better or worse, a trendsetter, but it

looks like this time she’s a follower—and I hear not that happy with

her decision. I think Elisha Cuthbert doesn’t get enough (any) credit

for being among the first to cut her long longs into a cute, short

bob. I remember because I followed suit very shortly afterward. It

was at least a month later when Katie Holmes created a buzz by

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sheering her long locks, followed by Victoria Beckham bringing her

much-hyped short do to the States.

Now, weeks after the trend pieces on cropped styles being ‘in’, when

other stars’ hair is already starting to grow out, Paris chopped her

own into very styled short cut. Or, rather, she took out the hair

extensions she’s had in for as long as I can remember—you know, the

hair extensions so important that she had them done during house

Britney Spears

arrest. Personally, I have to admit that I like her short look. I

think she should have considered it as part of her short-lived post-

prison image makeover.

But I’m told that when she was recently out at ‘her table’ at hot new

LA club Opera, the same table she occupies at the club just about

every Thursday, she looked miserable. Someone at the club that night

told me, “She was so upset with her haircut that she left and came

back with a hoodie over her head.” To make matters worse, when she

returned she found the victim of another hair tragedy had taken over

her table. But she didn’t ask Ms. Britney Spears if she could have

her seat back.


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