Jada Pinkett Smith Shaved The Sides Of Her Head, Looks Like A Goddess

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In the ever-expanding ocean of pixie cuts we've suddenly found ourselves in, short hair other than that ubiquitous crop has risen to the top of our list of looks to watch out for. So, when we saw this photo of Jada Pinkett Smith with the sides of her head shaved, we found it extremely relevant to our interests. Let's just get this out of the way right now: We think she looks smokin' hot. Not that she didn't with long hair, but there's just something about the extreme lack of hair that's really calling attention to her chiseled jawline.
We're really looking forward to seeing this new 'do from all angles. And, as it looks like she has the longer pieces pinned (or are they braided?) back, we have a feeling this is a very versatile look. For starters, it could be a mohawk. She could also leave those long pieces down and straight, tossing them casually out of her eyes every now and then. Or she could wear 'em curly, and really get some volume going. An entire world of short-haired looks just opened up. Let's all start taking notes.

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