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Cara Delevingne Tattooed Her Buzz Cut for the MTV Movie & TV Awards

Is buzz cut art the next big thing?

BY HILARY SHEPHERD

BEAUTY  -  MAY 08

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On the heels of her recent Instagram post calling for society to collectively rethink its definition of beauty, Cara Delevingne showed up at tonight’s MTV Movie & TV Awards rocking fresh-off-the-runway Saint Laurent and dramatically winged eyes reminiscent of Givenchy's Fall 2016 show. Instead of spraying her head silver and bedazzling it with embellishments like she did for the Met Gala, the super hit the red carpet (which was promptly shut down after a freak hail storm) in L.A. sporting what appears to be a temporary platinum hair tat.

Delevingne, who’s gearing up for her role as a terminal cancer patient in the upcoming film Life In A Year, wasn’t the only shaved head in attendance—she joined Amandla Stenberg, Sibley Scoles, and Amber Rose. Nor is she the first A-lister to recently bid adieu to her long, luscious locks: Kristen Stewart, Katy Perry, and Zoe Kravitz have all unveiled buzzcuts within the last month. (Leave it to Delevingne, though, to make hers the most unique.)

Her androgynous look was especially fitting for tonight’s occasion, as this is the first year the annual ceremony has gone totally gender-neutral, something Beauty and the Beast’s Emma Watson—who beat out Hugh Jackman and James McAvoy for Best Actor—touched upon in her acceptance speech. This year’s Awards also saw Moonlight’s Ashton Sanders and Jharrel Jerome win the popular Best Kiss award, although it’s worth nothing this isn’t the first same-sex kiss to take home the golden popcorn. (Selma Blair and Sarah Michelle Gellar won in 2000 for their famous lip lock in Cruel Intentions.) 

Delevingne noted that its "exhausting to be told what beauty should look like," but we like how she's redefining the concept by taking a risk on the red carpet. For those who want to make the super's geometric statement permanent, look no further than fellow model Adwoa Aboah and her colorist Daniel Moon for some head-turning hairspiration. 

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