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With so many celebri­ties want­ing to ex­per­i­ment with their looks and hair to suit dif­fer­ent roles, hair- spot­ting has never been so much fun

Mandira Bedi

re­vamped her patent short hairdo by trim­ming her tresses fur­ther for a pixie look. She went for the makeover soon af­ter do­ing an ad cam­paign for Peo­ple for the Eth­i­cal Treat­ment of An­i­mals and for fash­ion la­bel SoFake. The ad­ver­tise­ment pro­mot­ing faux leather has her in an edgy spiked jacket and puffed hair. Now, her locks have been snipped to a bare min­i­mum, giv­ing her a look that is cur­rently the rage in Hol­ly­wood.

San­jay Dutt

seems to be in the mood for ex­treme makeovers. He be­gan the year with a clean pate when he shaved his head to play Kan­cha Cheena in Agneepath, and ended up look­ing sin­is­ter, in a way we didn’t think was pos­si­ble. It’s quite the op­po­site, how­ever, for Son Of Sar­daar, where he dons long, flow­ing hair. The new look may not be quite as hor­ri­fy­ing as the bald one, but one toss of that mane ought to send many peo­ple scur­ry­ing. Fash­ion de­signer Pria Kataria

Puri must have been look­ing at wax stat­ues and old style­books for in­spi­ra­tion, when she was de­cid­ing on what to wear for a party at Tote On The Turf in Mum­bai. Oth­er­wise, she would have known that semi- blonde, multi- coloured tresses and plas­tic faces went out years ago. Could she have been prac­tis­ing how best to re­sem­ble a man­nequin, now that she has been named brand am­bas­sador for Cap­puc­cino Jew­ellery col­lec­tion?

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