Kate Mara: Her Dad Hates Her Hair

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Kate Mara is pulling off one of Hollywood's most coveted accessories: the pixie cut.

She's not just pulling it off, actually. Kate Mara is killing it.

Not everyone has the face for that style, you know.

However, on Tuesday's episode of Live with Kelly and Michael, Kate Mara admitted that not everyone thinks it's so great.

Kate Mara used to have lovely, flowing, brunette locks. They were apparently very special to her father.

#katemara Its fantastic (4)

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When Kate Mara sat in the guest chair, Kelly Ripa, a fan of drastic hair changes herself, focused immediately on her new haircut.

When Kelly Ripa asked about the ease of her new pixie, whether it was more or less work than her long hair, Kate Mara gushed, “Oh, less! I don’t have to wash it now, I don’t have to brush it. I love it.”


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Hmmm, I wonder if Kelly Ripa will take a break from the wild colors for a while and go with a drastic cut?

Shady's back, tell a friend........ @ryantrygstadhair

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Anyway, when Kelly asked about the reactions that Kate Mara received about her haircut, she admitted that, while most were positive, there was one big negative.

Her own daddy.

“I got a lot of nice things,” she said, but “I got one sort of negative thing said to me. I text messaged my dad the other day saying 'I miss you', and his response was, 'I miss your hair.' So, thanks Dad!”

Awww, poor Kate Mara! Well, I'm sure her dad will get over it. I mean, it's just hair.

After all, when Kate Mara cut her hair, one can really see the resemblance between her and her sister, Rooney Mara, right?

What do you think about Kate Mara's new pixie? Do you think you would ever try it?

Lacy Langley
Lacy is a writer from Texas. She likes spending time in the home office, homeschooling her kids, playing the didgeridoo, caring for her chickens (Thelma and Louise), Rolos, Christmas, and Labyrinth.