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25 celebrities who know how to rock short and cropped hairstyles

If you've ever decided to go for a cropped do then you know how terrifying it is, as sometimes it can go horribly wrong.

While you might be aiming for Twiggy circa the mid-1960s, you might just end up looking like that time Monica gets a terrible haircut from Phoebe in Friends. Yes, this did actually happen to us, and yes, we still have nightmares about it.

Our own dreadful experiences aside, that doesn't mean we don't truly love a elfin crop. Unsurprisingly, there are many celebrities who've rocked a short style over the years, which is probably something to do with the fact they have access to some of the world's best hairdressers (we're not bitter, honest).

From Emma Watson's dramatic cut post-Harry Potter to Kate Moss' iconic style, as well as Mia Farrow's classic Rosemary's Baby era 'do, we take a look at 25 of our favourites.

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