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LOOK: Anne Curtis debuts short hairstyle

Anne Curtis wowed her fans and fellow celebrities with her new short hairstyle.

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09/30/2022 06:19 PM
LOOK: Anne Curtis debuts short hairstyle
Photo Credit: @annecurtissmith on Instagram

Anne Curtis debuted her short hair on Thursday, September 29, on her social media page. 

The actress wowed her fans and fellow celebrities with one of her shortest hairstyles to date. 

Korean salon Zero 1 Story cut Anne's hair.


Various celebrities were quick to gush over Anne's new look.

 

 

"With bangs pa!!!! I LOOOOOVE IT" Solenn Heussaff commented.

"My fave look of yours ever!" Nicole Andersson said.

Anne's celebrity friends also compared her to Natalie Portman.

"@annecurtissmith Natalie Portman in CLOSER," Jugs Jugueta said.

"Natalie P in 'The Professional,'" Antoinette Taus wrote. 

 

 

Anne's Instagram post showing her short hairdo already gained more than 380K likes as of this writing. 

The last time Anne cut her hair short was in 2016 when she was filming BuyBust.

"Directors orders. This is the shortest I've ever gone. Here we go!@erikmatti," she shared on her Instagram back in 2016.

Anne is currently hosting the Kapamilya noontime show It's Showtime.

It was this year when Anne returned to the spotlight after taking a two-year break from show business to be a

Read: Anne Curtis successfully returns to ‘It’s Showtime’

She staged a concert called Luv Anne last June.

"I’ve been in hibernation. I’ve been a hermit crab. This is a great way for me to really start and prepare myself to start this journey again. So I said, ‘Sige, let’s go live na.’ Nami-miss ko na din ang energy at mga ngiti ng tao. I let the nervousness go and it turned into excitement," she said in an interview back in June.

In the same interview, Anne admitted that she missed the energy of performing in front of many people.

"I’ve been missing the people and missing the energy, the laughter and the eye contact that you get from an audience, whether it be my concert audience or the madlang people. Because it was part of my life for so long. ‘Showtime’ was 10 years of my life and throughout those 10 years, I’ve been doing concerts in between. I miss that energy," she stated.