This is what it's all about. The big discussions. Because last night my jaw dropped to the ground when Sophie confessed that she would've won the Bonds underwear challenge on Australia's Next Top Model if she had longer hair. I know, right? She actually said those words. I took issue with the fact that a) it was a lie and b) it was a lie. Why-oh-why would her straggly extensions make her dance better? Because they'd have made her feel hotter. Hmmm. It's a tricky one. We all know that bad hair knocks you offer kilter, but does the length of hair affect how sexy you feel? Pop totally reckons so. Fab disagrees. I'm somewhere in the middle. While I think Edie Sedgwick, Agyness Deyn and Carey Mulligan all rock(ed) a pixie crop with flair, I'm less enamoured with Emma Watson and Anne Hathaway's efforts. I personally feel great when I wear my hair down, but it doesn't mean I don't feel sexy when I have a top knot. And I think we'll all be in agreement that Halle Berry is hot no matter what, but she's on fire when she sports a crop. Whaddya reck: does long hair make women sexier?
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