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January 09, 2017 05:23 PM
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Sunday night’s Golden Globes red carpet and afterparties were home to endlessly swoonworthy beauty looks. And in addition to the vampy lips, shimmery eyes and slicked chignons, there were a few red carpet tress debuts, ensuring there wasn’t a boring beauty moment.

First up, Jodie Sweetin, who went for a big chop the day prior to stepping out for a Golden Globes after party. The Fuller House star ditched her long blonde strands for a new, short bob, which she styled with loose, textured waves. Sweetin wrote of her new look on Instagram, “Well, hello #2017 !! Time for a new look! Thank you @josephmichael_hair for giving me a fun new ‘do to start out the year!!”

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And she wasn’t the only one to opt for a bob. Emily Ratajkowski experimented with a shorter look as well. The only difference? Hers wasn’t permanent. Ratajkowski’s hairstylist, Christian Wood, tells PeopleStyle that after the two decided that a faux bob would be perfect with her dress, they went for it.

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“Emily was really brave and she let me cut the front of her hair to make it look more real,” he says, adding that he’ll complete the cut — giving her a true bob — very soon. “We were definitely a little nervous because at the end of the day we’d cut half of her hair cut into a bob. After tonight, we’ll make it more of a shaggy, layered haircut.”

Leighton Meester also drastically changed her look, transforming her brunette strands into a bright, golden-toned shade of blonde, which she wore parted to the side with smooth, Old Hollywood-inspired waves.

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Lea Michele, on the other hand, went for a subtle change, arriving with a set of fringe that seems to be a bit shorter than her original banged look.

And Hilary Duff showed off her new bangs as well, wearing them with an effortless, pin-straight ponytail.

 Whose hair change are you loving? Sound off below.

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