Mila Kunis Just Debuted A New Haircut — But Is It Legit?

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There are a handful of celebrities who are so loyal to a signature look, that we can hardly picture them without it. Mila Kunis is one of these A-listers. She's been rocking smoky eyes, long hair, and nude lips to events and red carpet appearances for over a decade. But at this year's Billboard Music Awards the star surprised us by debuting something brand new: bangs.
Last month the actress, who stars in this summer's the new film The Spy Who Dumped Me, chopped off a few inches of hair, turning her lob into a bob. Now, with the help of hairstylist Chad Wood, she's rocking blunt bangs, too.
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However, given Hollywood's affinity for faux hairstyles (remember the faux bob?) we're willing to bet good money that Wood may have called upon a few clip-in's rather than a pair of scissors. We don't blame them though — especially considering that with the right techniques you can easily give bangs a spin without making a big change. Either way, Kunis looks stunning with a few pieces of fringe to frame her — you guessed it — smoky eye and nude lips. In fact, we think blunt bangs would be a welcome addition to her signature look.
What do you think? Are they real or clip-in's? Tell us your guess in the comments below.
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