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Demi Moore's Long Locks: Is It Time For The 48-Year-Old To Chop Them Off?

26/01/2011 10:42 | Updated 22 May 2015

Demi's long locks. Getty Images

Demi Moore's parade of red carpet looks is an endless demonstration of the star's ability to age gracefully (or rather, get younger and better-looking as each year goes by).

While she can still pull off the mini frocks and the tight-fitting LBDs, we have to ask: Is the star too old to be sporting such long hair?

Demi's been making the rounds at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah with hubby Ashton Kutcher, and we spotted her rocking her tresses sleek and straight at the Margin Call premiere yesterday. She looked age-defying as ever, with her hair length hitting the middle of her chest. Even though the actress looks about two decades younger than her almost-50 years, does custom dictate that it's time to cut her hair?

Age-appropriate or not, Demi seems like more of a trend-setter than a follower (Was she not the catalyst for the whole younger man-older woman phenomenon?) And she's already been there, done that, with the whole short hair thing - 20 years ago in fact, when she starred in films like Ghost and appeared on that infamous Vanity Fair cover clutching her pregnant belly.

What do you think? Is it time for Demi to get the chop? Leave a comment and let us know.

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