Emma Watson Chopped Her Hair Again, but It’s Not a Pixie Cut This Time

9 Dec 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Breaking Hair News: Emma Watson Goes Short Again.

However, she was evidently keen to make an effort for the evening, which celebrated the UK distribution of Andrew Morgan’s recent documentary, The True Cost.At first we weren’t sure whether Em had actually gone for the chop or if she was just rocking a clever faux bob, but her publicist Luke Windsor soon took to Twitter to set things straight.Though Hermione — argh, we mean Emma Watson — wasn’t the biggest fan of her character’s ‘do in the first Harry Potter film, now that the franchise is in the past she’s able to exert more control over her hair.Everyone’s favorite United Nations ambassador, actress, and all around cool chick Emma Watson debuted a new bob Tuesday night, and like everything the actress does fashion-wise, it’s totally gorgeous.

Taking to Instagram to share details of the ideas behind it, she posted an image of a clothes rail, saying: ‘Inspired to consider the whole process of creating a fashion look, we are thinking about all the people, pieces and moving parts! ‘This rack includes designers that are considering local craft and production, artisan skills, the environment, sustainability and the longevity of fashion!’. Watson joins a slew of celebrities who’ve all jumped on the bob bandwagon this season, including Jenna Dewan-Tatum, Sophia Bush, Jennifer Lawrence and Nicole Richie, to name a few. Emma Watson is far removed from Hermione Granger and is hoping to make serious changes in gender equality One of our favorite characters from the Harry Potter franchise is all grown up and standing up for women’s rights. At the screening, Emma joined actor Colin Firth and his wife Livia, who is founder and creative director of ethical company Eco Age Ltd, who champions sustainable clothing.

The star’s mane change may come as a surprise, but for those who have been keeping tabs on the star’s hairstyles over the years, may have seen the textured cut coming. At the time, the British actress called the transformation the “the most liberating thing.” Recently, Watson also spoke about her one big hair regret and opened up about how she now cringes when she sees a photo of herself from the wizarding franchise. In 2011, during her pixie-cut days, the actress mentioned how excited she was for some added length, so she could finally live the bob life. “I am trying to grow it but it’s slow, it’s taking a while obviously,” Watson previously told ELLE. “If I want to keep acting then it’s more flexible for me to have it longer for different roles, it’s quite a specific cut. Watson has made no secret the fact that her Hermione Granger hair was not exactly her favorite look, but the talented and altruistic star has made major strides since those days — not that her hair at age 11 really matters but you know what I mean. Its creation led her to take up the Green Carpet Challenge® for the promotional tour of her flick Regression, meaning she only wore outfits created by designers who use no fur or chemicals that could harm the environment.

So their daughters, sisters and mothers can be free from prejudice but also so that their sons have permission to be vulnerable and human too—reclaim those parts of themselves they abandoned and in doing so be a more true and complete version of themselves.” She also addressed sexism in Hollywood in 2015. The Guardian reported that Watson admitted that she experienced sexism 17 times with male directors, and only twice with female directors. “I have always insisted on being treated equally and have generally won that equality. Most of the problems I have encountered have been in the media, where I have been treated so incredibly differently from my male co-stars.” Working with the U.N. opened Watson’s eyes to the larger problem outside of Hollywood and movie making.

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