By Black Hair Hub | Mar 08, 2018
Contemplating the big chop? Big chops help women highlight their natural beauty while focusing all the attention on their faces. Before you go take the train to chop city, check out these celebrities who are rocking the big chop.
Beautiful and bold, Queen B’s sister is not afraid to speak out her mind or slam down critics who have anything to say about her natural hair. The diva went for the big chop in 2009 because she was tired of the energy surrounding her hair and saw it as a sign of independence. Well, all we can say is that we adore your hair too, Solange! #AfrosOverBros
Always wearing her sass with pride, Gabrielle always nails any hairstyle. From braids to that kickass wavy bob, we have seen this hair chameleon sporting it all. The beauty admits to have gone for a big chop in her mid 20’s after having open wounds in her scalp. Now, she is all about putting an end to abusing her hair and opting for weaves and wigs letting her curls take over the world!
She whips her hair back and forth! Crushing ‘em hair goals with stylish bobs, braids and ponytails this mega talented songstress, is all about embracing her curls. She loves her natural hair texture and believes that a good conditioner has her hair on and popping. This multi-talented actor is her own hairstylist and even does her own cornrows, now that is something we all want to master!
She’s Hair Goals. Style Goals. Everything Goals. We can’t help but admit how Zoë Kravitz is perfection. The femme fatale, went for the big chop in 2014 and hasn’t looked back since. The naturalista’s iconic braids, under shaved hair and pixie cut, are all setting hair trends worldwide and always steal the show.
Want to know more about natural hair? Check out these 5 TWA Hairstyles That Will Blow Your Mind.
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