Emma Roberts got seriously short bangs — and people don't know how to feel about it

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  • Emma Roberts debuted micro-bangs at the Critics Choice
    Awards on Thursday.
  • The hairstyle changes her whole look.
  • People have some very mixed reactions to it.
  • Short bangs are becoming a trend among celebrities;
    Emma Watson also got cropped bangs recently. 

It seems like 2018 might just be the year of cropped bangs.
Emma Roberts is the latest celeb to try the
hairstyle on for size. The actress
debuted her hairstyle at the Critics Choice Awards on Thursday.

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Her bangs barely graze her

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Roberts showed off all angles of her new hairdo as she walked the
red carpet.

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The bangs really elevate
the her blonde lob.

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Roberts’ bangs gave her ensemble an edgy, modern vibe.

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Her all-white ensemble had
metallic undertones.

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And while Roberts seems to be loving her new ‘do, people don’t
know what to make of it.

Some people like @Josephcainn think
the hairstyle is a cry for help.

@CandidlyCarlo turned her haircut into a

And @pradapremiere thinks Roberts’ haircut went

And others, like @false_rumors, love her new

But it looks like Roberts doesn’t care what the haters have to
say. She posted a picture of her new look on Instagram with a
witty caption.

Roberts isn’t the first celebrity to try out the look this year.
On January 6, Emma Watson debuted her own cropped bangs ahead of
the Golden Globes. And Bella Hadid
may have caught onto the trend early — in November 2017, the
model experimented with the look, wearing her hair styled in faux,
side-swept bangs

Whether you love them or hate them, it looks like this
controversial haircut is here to stay.

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