Hair is something that a lot of women could never see themselves without. At the end of the day, hair always grows back. Don't sweat it.
Whether you're rockin' a Caesar or have long locs like Rapunzel, at the end of the day everyone is beautiful. For those ladies who honestly need a break from their hair -- let's get to choppin'. The big chop has become a huge trend across the world with ladies cutting off their tresses and embracing a new sense of love for them self for several different reasons.
You may be suffering from heat damage and what to start fresh or you may just be looking for a positive change, chopping all your hair off may just be your best bet. A feeling that most would probably consider scary actually turns out to be rather exhilarating. Letting go of something you've been holding onto for years is an amazing feeling.
Sometimes we get so caught up in the material outlook of things and forget to just simply live. Hair is meant to grow, that's life. If you're feeling brave and in need of a new style and a new outlook on life -- chop it off. It may just be the best decision you've ever made, but you'll never know until you try.
Big Chop Charlize Theron Style:
It's safe to say that Charlize definitely rocked the life out of this buzz cut! She was giving us androgynous Furiosa in the hit film Mad Max. Short hair or long hair, they both suit her well.
Big Chop Solange Knowles Style:
So many people are quick to compare Solange to her sister Beyonce, but the two cannot be compared. Solange will never be Beyonce -- that's apparent, but she's her own woman and a beautiful one. She went from braids to weaves to choppin' it all off and she looks amazing. Who's to say buzz cuts are specifically for men? Solange proved the world wrong.
Big Chop Lupita Style:
If anyone can rock a short cut, Lupita is that woman. She makes the buzz cut look super feminine and it suits her perfectly. I honestly can't even imagine her with long hair because she wears her short hair so well.
Big Chop India Arie Style:
She went from dreadlocks down her back to singing about how, "she is not her hair" and choppin' it all off. India Arie is not new to this, but she is true to this. She big chopped before it became a "thing" and she truly embraced her journey. If anyone learned to simply live and just be despite what society thinks -- India Arie would be the perfect example.