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How Do You Feel About Selena Gomez’s New Semi-Buzz Cut?

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earl-jonas - April 23, 2018

Always need a subtle change. @puma Germany family time grateful for the welcome!

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Selena Gomez debuted a dramatic new 'do on Instagram, and people aren't quite sure how to feel about it. On one hand, Selena Gomez could wear a dirty diaper on her head and she would still be stunningly sextastic (and I'm sure a very small percentage of the population would prefer it) but on the other hand her thick dark chocolate brown locks have always been one of her defining features. What to think. What. To. Think.

Between diligently attending mass or whatever they call it at the definitely not a cult Hillsong Baptist Church and overcoming Lupus, Gomez has been through quite a lot recently. But thankfully she's nothing if not a survivor, and seems to be back to her old self on Instagram. Well, except for this haircut. What. To. Think. Gomez is the face of athletic wear company Puma, and both of the new posts featuring her semi-buzz cut (or undercut in profesh terms) are associated with the brand. Are Germans forcing you to do this Selena?

Do you think this is the best that Gomez has ever looked, or are you just excited to see her in the next season of Orange is the New Black? Or are you just now looking away from her breastiest long enough to notice that she even has hair? Let us know in the comments.

 

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