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Brie Larson Gets Bangs – and More Weekend Hair Changes You Want to See

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Xavier Collin/Image Press/Splash News Online

There were plenty of stars experimenting with new looks over Halloween weekend, but there were also some updates that didn’t require a wig or makeup — just check out the new dos on Brie Larson, Sofia Vergara and Christina Ricci!

Larson, who’s been wearing her hair in an all-one-length light brown long bob for a while, stepped out last night at the LACMA Art + Film Gala in a Gucci gown with a bright blonde update shoulder and piecey bangs. The star’s known to switch up her hair, experimenting with different colors and lengths, but the bangs are new to us (unless you’ve been following her since her days as a teen pop star!).

Vergara didn’t go for such a dramatic change (after all, she has made it very clear she doesn’t plan to change her hair for years to come) but she did go a little deeper as we head into winter.

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“Thank u Kelly Klain for my new winter ‘Dulce de Leche’ hair color!!!! I ❤️ it! 👏👏,” Vergara said, after swapping out for her blonde highlights with this look, courtesy of her trustee colorist Kelly Kline.

Thank u Kelly Klain for my new winter "Dulce de Leche" hair color!!!! I❤️ it!👏👏

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And Christina Ricci stepped out at the Fashion Group International Night of Stars Gala with a fresh, much shorter blonde bob. The 36-year-old actress is another hair chameleon, but she gave her shoulder-grazing strands a blunt, just-below-the-chin chop and refreshed her bangs to go with.

Jamie McCarthy/Getty
Jamie McCarthy/Getty

This time, Ricci styled her sleek straight bob with her slightly longer, grown-out bangs pushed over to the side, instead of the full short bangs she sports from time to time.

What are thoughts on these celeb hair changes? Sound off below!