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Yvonne Orji Has A New Haircut & It Is Everything

Plus, 10 celebrities that will give you all the big chop inspiration.

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Every year when it gets hot out, I get a little scissor-happy when it comes to my hair and, in a recent Instagram post, Yvonne Orji just gave us a whole moment that makes me want to take the top all the way off.

Although 2020 has been a drag, you don't have to wait until January to step into new beginnings and Yvonne proved that your tresses are a perfect place to start. The comedian, who has rocked a short look in the past, switched out her normal set of braids and symmetrical bob for a short look and we are here for all of it.

Giving us all the big chop energy, the star joins celebrities like Tiffany Haddish and Tamera Mowry, who have also chosen to embrace their natural hair during quarantine. In a previous interview with Into The Gloss, Yvonne revealed that because her hairstyle depends on her outfit for that day, her switch-up game is serious. She explained:

"For my hair, I do a lot of pieces. I like to switch it up. I like protective styles, so this is my summertime bob. But then I also have 22 inches. I like a middle part, just because I think it frames my face really well. And then sometimes if I'm traveling I'll do a braid with cornrows. It's about versatility—being able to have a natural style, and then have a straight style. Anything that goes with the outfit. Literally I pick the outfit, and then I go, what hair goes with this today?"

For more celebrities who will give you all of the big chop inspiration, scroll below!

Tamar Braxton

Instagram/@tamarbraxton

Jennifer Hudson

Amandla Stenberg

Keke Palmer 

Sanaa Lathan

K. Michelle 

Tiffany Haddish

Zoe Kravitz

Willow Smith

Featured image by Instagram/@YvonneOrji.

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