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Thursday 3 September 2015

Nikki Reed cuts locks

Published 12/04/2013

Nikki Reed
Nikki Reed

Nikki Reed made a stylish and chic appearance at an event earlier this week where she debuted her newly highlighted chin-length bob.

The actress attended the 3rd Annual Coach Evening to benefit the Children's Defense Fund at the Bad Robot Headquarters in Santa Monica, California, on Wednesday where she showed off her newly chopped long bob.

Adding a summery twist to her locks, subtle red highlights could also be detected in Nikki's mane.

The 24-year-old wore an Ella Moss jacket, skinny jeans, Brain Atwood heels, jewellery and a Coach clutch bag to complete her ensemble.

Nikki normally entrusts her haircuts and colour to her mom who is a hairdresser.

However, for her latest look she enlisted stylist Mara Roszak to make her over.

"I called Mara and was like, I need to do something really drastic, but I don’t want my mom to cut it because if something goes wrong, I don’t want to hate my mom," Nikki explained to Us Weekly. "She totally got it and I’m so happy."

The Twilight star had previously spoken about her plan to change her trademark long brunette locks once the franchise had finished.

This was partly due to wanting to rid herself from the tie of the Twilight movies and but also because of a new role.

"I'm doing a new movie, and although the role doesn't require a short hair change, it's something totally different than anything else I've done and I wanted to look and feel like a different person," she explained.

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