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Wednesday 3 September 2014

Miley longs for long locks

Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus is going to "rock" her short pixie style while she has it, but has revealed she is desperate for it to grow in a new interview.

The pop songstress shocked fans last year when she cut off her signature blonde locks in favour of an edgy shaved undercut.

After rocking the punk-inspired 'do for around a year, Miley admitted in an interview with pal Kelly Osbourne on E!'s Fashion Police that she wants her flowing tresses back.

“I’m secretly tugging on it every night and taking [hair growth vitamin supplement] Viviscal, I’m not going to lie. But I’m going to rock it while I have it," she smiled.

Miley is more than satisfied with her image change though. The 20-year-old star wants to send a style message to women across the world with her experimental look.

"[Being] on the cover of Maxim and having short hair, I feel like I'm speaking on behalf of girls everywhere, breaking this stereotype," she explained.

Miley also added to friend-and-host Kelly: “I love a good weave. I can’t help it, I love a good piece. But I don’t have anything to clip [it to]," after admitting she hated her extensions in the early days of her career in an interview last year.

“I feel like I can be so much more casual [now]. I feel cleaner, more modern. My hair was fake anyway so it wasn’t as scary to cut it because I just had to unclip it. Now when I see an old photo, I wish someone would have told me that extensions were not cute when I had them. I hate them, and I look at them and I just feel the whole look is just not what is in right now anyway."

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