Halle Berry Shows Off Her New Bold Haircut in Instagram Video

Halle Berry decided to mix it up a little with her ‘do back in March, debuting a bold Bixie haircut (which is a cross between a bob and a pixie cut) at this year’s Critics’ Choice Awards. The Moonfall actress seriously gave us all extreme Storm vibes when she stepped onto the red carpet with her stylish new look. But now, that very hairstyle has just gotten an elevated makeover.

Last week, the Bruised star shared a video on her Instagram account, where she showed her fans a peek at her new haircut. While filming a video in her bathroom, Berry looks straight into the camera and says, “So this is how it started.” 

And in a swift motion, she turns her head to the side and reveals her surprising trim on one side of her head. “And this is how it’s going,” she adds, before thanking her hairstylist, Ohre.

Many of her fans flocked to the comments section and shared how they couldn’t get enough of her new haircut. “Love it !!!” one person wrote with numerous hand-clapping and red heart emojis. Another person candidly talked about the urge they felt to cut their own hair, writing, “Damn it, Halle, I am not cutting my hair again lmao.”

Berry has been loving changing up her hairstyles lately and we’ve been living for it. Back in August, she debuted a curly version of her Bixie cut and shared the pictures on Instagram. 

But this time, she dyed it a bright shade of purple and changed her shaved sides to a dark brown. “I know I look like I’m doing nothing but my hair is quite busy,” she wrote in the caption.

The Catwoman alum even showed off her purple hairstyle at UFC Fight Night and it definitely caught our attention.

Halle is really in her “Bixie cut” era and we love that for her.

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