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by on April 25, 2011

‘Tis a cry full of mixed emotions. My first and strongest feeling will always be one of longing for her Heroes hair, when it was lusciously long, bouncing in loose curls. She forwent her streaming tresses about a year ago in exchange for a bob, cutting her ties to innocence, and to my heart. Now she’s fussing with it again, making it even shorter and choppier. I do give her kudos for trying. Perhaps her stance was that long hair is easy, it doesn’t take any balls at all to keep your hair long. But Hayden, the world didn’t love you for having balls. We loved you because you’re gorgeous, and your hair accentuated that. Now you have to wait YEARS (or minutes, depending on the skills of your hair extensionist) to get it back. Let’s take a journey through Hayden Patteniere‘s hair, so you can be forewarned when she baldly boldly  steps onto the killer screen in Scream 4.

I Scream 4 Hayden Panettieres New Haircut

2006 – Here’s a young Hayden in her long Heroes hair, and her millionth cheerleader uniform, (ahem, Bring it On 2: All or Nothing, I Love You Beth Cooper, and more).

I Scream 4 Hayden Panettieres New Haircut

2008 – Her hair took a slight trim as Beth Cooper, whom the awkward boy loves. The change was hardly noticeable.

I Scream 4 Hayden Panettieres New Haircut

2009 – And, she started hacking away. She raised the cut to shoulder grazing and layered it á la The Rachel.

I Scream 4 Hayden Panettieres New Haircut

2010 – A Rihanna bob? Seriously Hayden? Sure, she’s throwing off the whole teenage look, and boy, did she have to do something. Even Jennifer Aniston hated The Rachel. But she went a little severe for her facial structure.

I Scream 4 Hayden Panettieres New Haircut

2011 – Hayden SCRE4Med long pixie as attempts to escape death. SPOILER: Her hairstylist gets stabbed to death by his own shears.


How do you like Hayden’s hair best?


Contributed by Jessica Lapidos

I impart my daily love of light layering, thick-as-thieves platforms and undiscovered fashionable gems. I love to turn a phrase, and in truth I'm a designer at werq.