Jada Pinkett Smith Cuts Her Hair

06/27/2013 at 02:56 PM ET

Jada Pinkett Smith haircut Dimitrios Kambouris/WireImage; Courtesy Jada Pinkett Smith

Half-shaved head? So last year. Jada Pinkett Smith debuted an asymmetrical, ombré hair look on Facebook on Wednesday.

“I’m love’n my new do,” the star wrote with the photo (along with a list of other things she’s “love’n” these days). And we know she takes hairstyles very seriously.

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Back in November, when crowds commented on her daughter Willow’s bold cut, Smith defended her daughter, saying “Willow cut her hair because her beauty, her value, her worth is not measured by the length of her hair.”

And though we absolutely agree with Smith’s feminist philosophy, we also think she looks lovely, no matter what hairstyle she’s rocking.

Tell us: Are you into Smith’s new angled do?

–Rosie Lai

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Leny le on

Those are bot her hair…
Just cut wig

Leny le on

Those are not her hair…
Just cut wig

Leny le on

She s looking more and more like a cat
Plastic surgery …

Reece_c on

This should read “Jada pinkett smith gets a new weave” end of article….

janet on


Seagyn on

Hm, she had a similar hairstyle when she was in the Nutty Professor. Always thought the look on her was nicer than what she’s usually seen with.

Danette on

“Jada has new weave” – end of story.

jules on


Danielle on

The Smiths are going to be part of the Kardashians soon.

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