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Taraji P. Henson Just Debuted Chic Eye-Grazing Bangs – Yahoo Lifestyle

Another celebrity has jumped on the bang bandwagon, and she has us considering the fad — again. On Oct. 7, Taraji P. Henson debuted the new look on her Instagram ahead of her appearance on The Real Talk Show.
In the series of photos, the Empire star posed in her dressing showing off the bangs and shiny long hair. "Just some goodies from my closet to hang with my sisters on @therealdaytime [today]," she captioned the post. The sleek look was executed by her longtime stylist, celebrity hairstylist Tym Wallace, who also shared the look to his Instagram.
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Henson wore a bright pink quarter-zip Dior tennis dress emblazoned with the designer's signature logo, which she paired with white snakeskin knee-length, pointy-toed heeled booties. She accessorized with several statement rings and hoops earrings and opted for a pinkish-neutral makeup look crafted by celebrity makeup artist Saisha Beecham.
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Taraji P. Henson joins great company in the celebrity bang club, from longtime member, Dakota Johnson, to new comers like Billie Eilish and Lupita Nyong'o.
Henson is known for making bold hair choices. Last year, the actress opted for a bright magenta pixie cut that slowly transitioned into a punk-rock two tone look that she debuted in April. We love her fearlessness when it comes to hair and cannot wait to see what she does next.
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