Why Pamela Anderson and Jennifer Lawrence Cut Off Their Hair
The actresses discuss what motivated them to go the pixie route
What prompted the cut? As Anderson, 46, explained to Ellen DeGeneres, "I just thought my hair had had a life and I kind of wanted to put that behind me and start fresh. And I also thought it would be good for the marathon."
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So being more aerodynamic factored into the decision. Interesting. You'd think her long hair would've interfered with her lifesaving duties on "Baywatch" too, but, oh yeah, that was make believe.
As the Oscar winner explained to Yahoo! Employees during an open Q&A with Marissa Meyer, she'd cut it to a bob length, "And then it grew to that awkward, gross length. And I kept putting it back in a bun, and I was like 'Well, I don't want to do this.' So I just cut it off. Not a very exciting story." And, as she explained later during a Google+ Hangout, even award-winning actresses' hair isn't immune to the damages of hair color; "[it was] "fried from being dyed too much."
[Editor's Note: Katniss will not be braid-less in the next movie. Lawrence says that she's wearing a wig while shooting "Mockingjay."]
There you have them; two simple stories, two equally stunning results.
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