Bieber’s Haircut!! It’s A Little Better..

Justin Bieber's Hair Cut
The New Justin Bieber
Justin Bieber — hipster, hoopster, Canadian of the Millennium — got a haircut yesterday. Repeat: Justin Bieber has cut his famed Hair. The Hair was approximately six years old when it was cut down in the prime of its lush life. Bieber (pictured with Jay DeMarcus) made the decision to cut the cords for a video he was making with Rascal Flatts. No one has been arrested for the crime. Yet. The Hair was partially responsible for the wave of Biebermania that has soaked the adolescent masses and New England Patriot quarterbacks.
The singing sensation has inspired plenty of copycat mini-Biebers and gained many admirers for his coiffe, but the singer is moving on.
The locks will not have been cut in vain. Bieber tweeted last night that he intended to donate the fallen hairs to charity, where they will be auctioned. Even in death, the Hair will continue to be a beacon of goodness for the world. “Never in the field of human civilization was so much owed by so many to so few strands of hair,” said Winston Churchill’s great-great-great grandson.
The Biebs underwent a little snip-snip today while on the set of a music video for a song he did with Rascal Flatts — that’s Gary from the group (above) having a little fun with the scissors. (Ed.’s note: Kids, don’t play with scissors)
On TMZ Live today, Justin said the actual cutting was done by his regular hairdresser Vanessa. He said he was a little nervous about the cut, but he “wanted to change it up” and he thought the cut was “kind of a mature look.”
They grow up so fast.
UPDATE:  The hair that was cut from Justin’s head has been collected and will be doled out to a few organizations for charity.  TMZ is getting a lock and we’re going to use it to raise money for some animal charities.
“I think after my movie I might cut my hair a little shorter,” he told MTV News at the beginning of the new year.
The singing sensation has inspired plenty of copycat mini-Biebers and gained many admirers for his coiffe, but the singer is moving on.
There is the obvious concern that an open auction could allow the Hair to end up in the wrong hands. Rogue governments with not-so-secret ambitions to grow a herd of rainbow unicorns have been seeking the Hair for several years. Certainly, there are also some Hollywood record executives who would like a clone army of Biebers under their control. But it seems clear that rogue governments and record executives will be no match for 13-Year-Old Girls With Daddy’s Credit Card. It is these young patriots that will keep the Hair and our way of life safe.
God bless America (and Canada), and God bless Justin Bieber’s Hair.
Beliebers beware! Beloved tween idol Justin Bieber is clearly growing up, unveiling newly shorn locks on the cover of a special issue of Us Weekly, “Justin Bieber: My Private World,” available to fans next Friday.
On the cover, the 16-year-old star debuts a modified cut that noticeably strays away from his previously iconic Bieber swoosh and dons a grey pin-striped suit – with metallic high-tops, of course – in several images in the issue.
“I think after my movie I might cut my hair a little shorter,” he told MTV News at the beginning of the new year.
This week Justin Bieber made headlines thanks to a new haircut. The Biebs had his famous swooping bangs cut into a shorter, cropped look, and he told talk-show host Ellen DeGeneres he doesn’t “really care” what people have to say about his ‘do.
But his fans have been weighing in on the new hairstyle anyway, and many of them approve of the haircut.
“I really like it and it actually makes him look older!!!! And for all u down there hating on Bieber well if it was Angelina Jolie I’m sure you’d have something to say so don’t hate ’cause he’s sexy and he ain’t even legal yet,” Amanda wrote on MTV.com.
Lilia added, “AAh, he looks better with the new hair! Suits him!”
Beliebers have been debating the star’s latest look since he debuted it earlier this week. Coote noted on our site that Bieber is much more than a head of hair. “I think he [looks] sexy … i don’t love him for his hair… i love him because he is sweet, cute and perfect,” Coote wrote.
MTV News also took to the streets of New York City to see whether people preferred the “Never Say Never” star’s old look or the new one.
“I like it, I think it looks good on him,” Catherine said of Bieber’s longtime haircut. She added about the brand-new cut: “I like it better than the other one, but I think that a lot of his fans liked the [old] one. … Everyone loves him for his hair and now he doesn’t have it anymore.”
Meanwhile, Tiffany loved the original but was blown away by the new version. “I think it’s very Bieberish, I like that long swoop. It definitely works for him,” Tiffany said before we showed her the updated look. “Oh my god! It’s such a transformation! I just love it! He looks so much older!”
“It’s just beautiful,” Christina explained of the old ‘do. “I liked him with his longer hair better. That’s just who he was discovered as.”
“He looks a little geeky,” Sofia said of his famous original hairdo. “It’s much better,” she said of the cropped cut. “He doesn’t look like my brother anymore. He looks five years older. He’s so cute.”
Which do you prefer: Bieber’s long locks or his cropped cut? Tell us in the comments!

Justin Bieber — hipster, hoopster, Canadian of the Millennium — got a haircut yesterday. Repeat: Justin Bieber has cut his famed Hair. The Hair was approximately six years old when it was cut down in the prime of its lush life. Bieber (pictured with Jay DeMarcus) made the decision to cut the cords for a video he was making with Rascal Flatts. No one has been arrested for the crime. Yet. The Hair was partially responsible for the wave of Biebermania that has soaked the adolescent masses and New England Patriot quarterbacks.
The singing sensation has inspired plenty of copycat mini-Biebers and gained many admirers for his coiffe, but the singer is moving on.
The locks will not have been cut in vain. Bieber tweeted last night that he intended to donate the fallen hairs to charity, where they will be auctioned. Even in death, the Hair will continue to be a beacon of goodness for the world. “Never in the field of human civilization was so much owed by so many to so few strands of hair,” said Winston Churchill’s great-great-great grandson.
The Biebs underwent a little snip-snip today while on the set of a music video for a song he did with Rascal Flatts — that’s Gary from the group (above) having a little fun with the scissors. (Ed.’s note: Kids, don’t play with scissors)
On TMZ Live today, Justin said the actual cutting was done by his regular hairdresser Vanessa. He said he was a little nervous about the cut, but he “wanted to change it up” and he thought the cut was “kind of a mature look.”
They grow up so fast.
UPDATE:  The hair that was cut from Justin’s head has been collected and will be doled out to a few organizations for charity.  TMZ is getting a lock and we’re going to use it to raise money for some animal charities.
“I think after my movie I might cut my hair a little shorter,” he told MTV News at the beginning of the new year.The singing sensation has inspired plenty of copycat mini-Biebers and gained many admirers for his coiffe, but the singer is moving on. There is the obvious concern that an open auction could allow the Hair to end up in the wrong hands. Rogue governments with not-so-secret ambitions to grow a herd of rainbow unicorns have been seeking the Hair for several years. Certainly, there are also some Hollywood record executives who would like a clone army of Biebers under their control. But it seems clear that rogue governments and record executives will be no match for 13-Year-Old Girls With Daddy’s Credit Card. It is these young patriots that will keep the Hair and our way of life safe.
God bless America (and Canada), and God bless Justin Bieber’s Hair.
Beliebers beware! Beloved tween idol Justin Bieber is clearly growing up, unveiling newly shorn locks on the cover of a special issue of Us Weekly, “Justin Bieber: My Private World,” available to fans next Friday.
On the cover, the 16-year-old star debuts a modified cut that noticeably strays away from his previously iconic Bieber swoosh and dons a grey pin-striped suit – with metallic high-tops, of course – in several images in the issue. “I think after my movie I might cut my hair a little shorter,” he told MTV News at the beginning of the new year.
This week Justin Bieber made headlines thanks to a new haircut. The Biebs had his famous swooping bangs cut into a shorter, cropped look, and he told talk-show host Ellen DeGeneres he doesn’t “really care” what people have to say about his ‘do.
But his fans have been weighing in on the new hairstyle anyway, and many of them approve of the haircut.

“I really like it and it actually makes him look older!!!! And for all u down there hating on Bieber well if it was Angelina Jolie I’m sure you’d have something to say so don’t hate ’cause he’s sexy and he ain’t even legal yet,” Amanda wrote on MTV.com.
Lilia added, “AAh, he looks better with the new hair! Suits him!”
Beliebers have been debating the star’s latest look since he debuted it earlier this week. Coote noted on our site that Bieber is much more than a head of hair. “I think he [looks] sexy … i don’t love him for his hair… i love him because he is sweet, cute and perfect,” Coote wrote. MTV News also took to the streets of New York City to see whether people preferred the “Never Say Never” star’s old look or the new one.
“I like it, I think it looks good on him,” Catherine said of Bieber’s longtime haircut. She added about the brand-new cut: “I like it better than the other one, but I think that a lot of his fans liked the [old] one. … Everyone loves him for his hair and now he doesn’t have it anymore.”
Meanwhile, Tiffany loved the original but was blown away by the new version. “I think it’s very Bieberish, I like that long swoop. It definitely works for him,” Tiffany said before we showed her the updated look. “Oh my god! It’s such a transformation! I just love it! He looks so much older!”
“It’s just beautiful,” Christina explained of the old ‘do. “I liked him with his longer hair better. That’s just who he was discovered as.”
“He looks a little geeky,” Sofia said of his famous original hairdo. “It’s much better,” she said of the cropped cut. “He doesn’t look like my brother anymore. He looks five years older. He’s so cute.”
Which do you prefer: Bieber’s long locks or his cropped cut? Tell us in the comments!


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