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LOOK: Sharon Cuneta rocks new short hairdo

/ 12:04 PM September 24, 2019

Sharon Cuneta bid goodbye to her long locks, trading it for a short and stylish bob.

The Megastar revealed today, Sept. 24, her new look on Instagram. “It was time for my very stressed-out and almost damaged long hair of many years to rest. So I had a haircut tonight. Chopped it all off! I missed my short hair so much,” she mused.

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Cuneta preferred to wear her hair past her shoulders in recent years. Though her brown medium-length hair suited her, many agreed that she looked younger with her cropped hair.

Celebrities and fans alike welcomed her new hairdo: singer Lani Misalucha called her “bagets” (young) while actresses Judy Ann Santos and Gina Alajar said she looked beautiful.

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Others compared her to local and international celebrities. Fans such as one April Flores (@aprilflores4140) said she resembled Ara Mina, while a certain @doniebooo compared her to Winona Ryder. One @gens_beverly_dubai also complimented her, stating that she looked “ten years younger.”  /ra

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