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Lauren's haircut
Hairstylist Bogart Michaels gives actress Lauren Holly a haircut for her role on NCIS as Director Jenny Shepard, at the Lush Salon on October 27, 2005 in Los Angeles, California. (Photos by Kevin Winter)

The character of Jenny started on NCIS in Season 3 with long, red hair. Then, in 3x11, she had a pixie cut. CBS had actress Lauren Holly cut her hair shorter to make the character look older. In Season 5, we noticed her growing out and it becoming more flattering. While growing her hair, it seems to become more blonde and less red.

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Episode: Honor Code
Season 3
Jenny's Favorite love song: "Take the ribbons from your hair, shake it loose and let it fall"
The Hair Of Jenny Shepard - NCIS
Season 3
Jenny's Favorite drink: Hair of the dog
Jenny Shepard Season 5
Episode 5.08
What did Jenny say to Gibbs whenever he gave her advice? "I hair what you're saying"
Jenny episode 5.10
Episode 5.10
Jenny's Description of a dangerous situation: "Things got a bit hairy"

Jenny's Favourite Musical: HAIR!
Jenny's Favourite saying: Hair today and gone tomorrow
Jenny's Favourite Travel Song: "California Hair I Come"
What did Jenny say to Fornell: "I love the way you don't wear your hair"
What did Jenny say to DiNozzo: "Come back hair now!"
What did Abby say to McGee in the finale: "Hair cut, McGee"
How did SecNav describe Jenny at her funeral? A hairo.
How did Jenny issue a BOLO? "Now hair this, now hair this: be on the lookout for (a good hairdresser)"

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