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Trend Alert: Faking a Shorter Style

Faking a shorter haircut by means of skillfully placed hair pins is nothing new. In fact, we saw Rosario Dawson do her own faux-crop late last year, followed by Nicole Kidman's asymmetric version. In recent times, the look has taken on resurgence in popularity, as celebrities have been tricking us out with their own adaptations, giving the appearance of freshly cut locks. Kate Beckinsale's full-in-the-front updo gave the illusion of an angled wedge at the Whiteout premiere; both Jennifer Lopez and Elizabeth Banks opted for wavy, tousled styles; and Kristen Stewart faked us out at the VMAs with her memorable faux bowl cut. It's a great look for the changing season, and for those of us who don't want to sacrifice length. (Learn to do it here.) What do you think of these mock styles?

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elizabethsosewn elizabethsosewn 7 years
my only problem with this is that Kristen Stewart actually HAS short do it may not be the pixie that it looks here, but it's still really short. i'm pretty sure she's trimmed the mullet they gave her for The Runaways (that's the title right?) also this looks like what Lauren conrad tried to pull off one time, and failed TERRIBLY. it looked so bad (for the hills season end big show, right before whitney started The City.)
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