Whereas everybody else was busy celebrating Halloween, Danielle Brooks spent her weekend celebrating a significant magnificence milestone: Her first-ever “large chop.”

The Orange Is the New Black star took to Instagram to indicate off a brand-new look, that includes cropped coils and superbly slicked child hair framing her face. “I acquired that new do boo. 👻 💕 Catch them waves. 🌊 #firstbigchop,” she captioned the photograph, which exhibits her grinning ear-to-ear over her new haircut.

The look was created by stylist Tish Celestine, who’s labored with Brooks (amongst many, many different celebs) on a number of the longer kinds she’s worn prior to now. “Ms. Tish,” as she’s affectionately referred to as, shared the identical shot of Brooks’s new look to her personal account, writing, “The Huge Chop 🙌🏾 Each Lady Ought to Do It At Least As soon as In Your Life….It’s Simply Hair……It’s Simply Attractive…..Simply Do It!!!! ☑️.”

Each girls additionally shared some tight pictures of the look to their tales, and it’s simply as attractive up shut as it’s from far-off.

Courtesy of Instagram/@infamousmstish

The massive chop has been making its method via Hollywood, with stars like Keke Palmer, Zoe Kravitz, and Tamar Braxton all going for main cuts of their very own. Nonetheless, chopping off a lot of size is hardly a brand new pattern. As a substitute, it is a technique to eliminate chemically-treated hair and permit it to develop again more healthy and extra attractive than ever.

Followers have seen Brooks put on her hair in a lot of completely different kinds — from lengthy and straight to tremendous curly — however that is the primary time we are able to keep in mind seeing her pure hair shorter than her shoulders. Up to now, she’s spoken about struggling to just accept her hair when she was youthful, however in recent times, she has put her texture on show. “By the usual definition of magnificence I had absorbed from the world round me, I had three strikes in opposition to me: I used to be too darkish, too curly, and too fats,” she instructed Glamour in 2015, recalling an outdated journal entry from her teenage years. However now, she has realized to like herself from head to toe and use her platform to share that message with others.

“I won’t have the ability to alter what media places on the market, or to single-handedly persuade younger ladies like me that they need to love themselves,” she continued. “However what I can do is begin with me: dwelling every day, embracing who I’m.”


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