UPDATE: It's official, guys: Beyoncé is totally torturing us with her follicular whims. First, Bey rocked a gorgeous pixie, but only for a hot second, before heartlessly moving on to an asymmetrical bob. And while, at first, we felt slightly betrayed that we wouldn't be seeing that perfect pixie on the red carpet anytime soon — how could she? — the new photos that the star posted on Tumblr of her totally rocking her newest face-framing look may have us convinced us that this bob could be her best 'do yet. Hit the slideshow to check out the many ways Queen B is rocking her latest look! (Pink Is the New Blog)
Alas, the beautiful pixie is gone. Beyoncé's cut — or weave removal, or, more likely, some combination of the two — has been replaced with a brand-new 'do. Only a heartbeat after she first revealed short hair to the world on Instagram, Mrs. Carter stepped out with her family sporting an asymmetrical bob weave.
There was also a very early-2000s headband situation going on. As usual, her hairstylist is some kind of magical wizard, always bringing great, natural-looking things to Queen B's head. But, we have to admit, we were psyched to see her rocking that pixie for many moons to come — or at least another month or so. Not only is it a very trendy look right now, but having a strong, empowered but also very sexy person like Beyoncé rock it would be the be-all and end-all in the debate on whether or not chicks with short hair can be feminine and pretty. Not that we ever doubted it, but hey, this world is full of haters. (Bella Sugar)
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