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Rapunzel isn't the only one who chopped off her luscious locks. Some of Hollywood's most famous leading ladies -- and some men -- have opted for a drastic change. See who made the cut.
In 'Les Miserables,' she cried bitter tears when her beautiful tresses were cut. In real life, though, Anne Hathaway is not so miserable.
Ladies, don't try this at home. Unless you happen to be Charlize Theron.
J-Law can do no wrong. So maybe her hair is more Hillary Clinton than Katniss Everdeen. We still think she's the best.
After so many years of playing bushy-haired Hermoine in the Harry Potter films, Emma Watson went for a sleek, short do that is truly spellbinding.
Along with shedding quite a few pounds, Academy Award-winning actress Jennifer Hudson also opted to shed some hair.
In 'Divergent,' her hair was long and flowing, or pulled up into a ponytail. But to play cancer warrior Hazel in 'The Fault in Our Stars,' Shailene Woodley went with a more cropped look.
On TV's 'Dawson Creek,' she's remembered for her long, blonde locks. But as her film credits grew, her hair got shorter.
Sometimes a good haircut is all you need to become a major heartthrob. That, and a personal trainer.
She set the bar for the pixie cut and sent women around the world to their hairdressers with her photo, saying, "Make me look like this."
Rooney Mara went from hippie girl next door to 'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.' A choppy, severe cut gave her the edge she needed.
Cameron Diaz turned heads playing a blonde bombshell in 'The Mask.' These days, however, she enjoys sporting shorter locks.
This classic beauty made the gamine look fashionable -- and adorable.
This actress has changed her hair styles and colors over the years. We think the short 'do is most becoming.
Orlando Bloom burst onto the scene in 'The Lord of the Rings' sporting long, flowing blonde hair. He was hunky then and he's hunky now with shorter, darker hair.
Okay, so it was a wig. But you've got to admit, it was quite a change from Sandra Bullock's usual long, shampoo commercial-worthy hair.