Emma Roberts debuted her new look at the Critics’ Choice Awards!

Emma Roberts debuted her new look at the Critics' Choice Awards!

The ‘American Horror Story’ actress, Emma Roberts has stepped out on the red carpet of Critics’ Choice Awards by debuting her blond bob with blunt bangs.

Emma Roberts debuted her new look at the Critics' Choice Awards!

At the awards show on Thursday in Santa Monica, California, the 26-year-old star was joined by her fiancé Evan Peters. Emma’s bangs start at the center point of her head rather than cutting it slightly deeper than her hairline and on looking closely, her bangs’ length doesn’t make them unique as it is their starting as well as ending points. Emma opted for a white strapless silk satin Giorgio Armani column dress paired with a white one-button peak lapel satin jacket along with Norman Silverman jewelry whereas Evan opted for a classic look in a black tuxedo.

Evan was supported by Emma on his nomination for the best actor in a movie made for TV or limited series for his role in the American Horror Story: Cult, but it was Emma’s bangs which caught everyone’s attention. Emma sported for a structured gold clutch with pink lipstick and not a stranger to her changing looks as she has gone from long, dark, auburn to a short blonde bob and long again within a few months. In August 2017, she has gone from brunette to blonde— a courtesy of Riawna Capri and Nikki Lee of 901 Salon. In an interview in November, she has said that she has gone through phases.

She continued that sometimes she likes having long hair because she can put it up in a ponytail but she loves having short hair as she can just roll out of bed. Emma Watson has also recently shown off her baby bangs when she has shared her bold new look last week. She has posted her photo promoting a book she has selected for her book club, which also included her new cut in the shot. She has captioned her photo, “Have you had a chance to pick up a copy of @oursharedshelf Jan/Feb book choice, Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race by @renieddolodge ?! #oursharedshelf.”