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Monica Bellucci attends the Alexandre Vauthier Haute Couture Spring/Summer 2020 show

If three is a trend, then Monica Bellucci just cemented the relevance of the personalized, piece-y chop. The veteran bombshell graced the front row of today’s Alexandre Vauthier couture show in Paris, her hair coifed in the chin-grazing cut that (though it was debuted this past fall) felt like new amid the season’s similar styling.

Bellucci’s abbreviated mane was snipped in a rounded shag defined by face-framing layers and bangs long enough to obscure her onyx-edged eyes. The look comes on the heels of two synchronized length-level switch-ups: First came Miley Cyrus’s blanched, grunge-minded mullet, the razored nature of its bangs and ends echoed last week by Bella Hadid’s trompe – l’œil — and appealingly askance — fringe at the Dior Men’s show.

The lesson? When considering a haircut this winter, cool, chic, and shaggy seems to be 2020’s answer to sleek, polished, and blunt. (с) vogue.com

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