Halle Berry unveils new undercut hair tattoo



Halle Berry has unveiled her new undercut hair tattoo on her Instagram page.

The 49-year-old actress took to Instagram to show off the new look, which features a lotus flower shaved into the hair at the nape of neck.

She captioned the picture: “And for my next trick…”

Meanwhile, celebrity hairstylist and Mizani global artistic director Cesar Ramirez, insisted that Halle’s new cut would have taken a lot of work.

Cesar told PeopleStyle: “This technique takes a lot of skill and talent. After buzzing the area a straight razor is used to etch out the pattern. A stencil can be used or the pattern can be drawn on the scalp with an eyeliner pencil to get a really clean outcome. We often do these styles at Dop Dop Salon in Soho NY.”

Halle recently chopped off her flowing tresses for a new role.

She posted a picture of her new bob on Instagram and wrote: I am not my hair. exploring my new film character (sic).”

Halle joined the picture-sharing site in March and uses it to keep her fans updated on her life.

She captioned her first picture, which sees her walking through a picturesque forest with no clothes on: “Hi everyone. Welcome! Today is a very exciting day for me… I’m looking forward to sharing our world through images that reflect my emotions and perceptions.

“I am in awe of photography and its ability to capture and reflect this extraordinary world that we live in.

“I’m excited to share with you my love of nature, the arts, fashion and much more in the hopes that the images will inspire, promote conversation and bring you joy. (sic)”


  • jicho pevu

    Can somebody give us a feel of how Sharad Rao performed as an assistant to Charles Njonjo during those dark ages?

    • Jicho pevu i agree with you. We cant let just a group of people determine the performance of others. Especially to be an appelate judge in Kenya is a long walk and should not be shuttered by just a complaining convict or so. We first need to subject Rao and his group to the same vetting and see if they pass!

  • It is a sad day that Justice Lady Gacheche had to be hauled in this annoying manner and in my wisdom her mistake is to regularly embarass the high and mighty and their relations in her rulings. She was the only one left at Milimani making those useful judgements.
    I would like to ask the so called Kenyans one question. Who is going to take up these reponsibilities? We like impeccable people and we are not ourselves. At a point we have to stop and realize that people change and also we may never get entirely blameless people , we will always find blemish as long as they have been in practice for sometime. Today teachers, doctors and lecturers want salary increaments super increaments, as much as i sympathize with them and my dear mother is a teacher, we should be realistic…they cant get 300% now or they can only if we pay more tax. As kenyans we should also realize that Govt doesnt own money but taxpayer or loans. Either the Govt will take loans on our behalf or we will pay more tax to sustain everyones demands. The Govt needs the money to pay the teachers who will also have to pay taxes more heavily and then as citizens and all kenyans the cost of goods should go up and then the Govt will make more money to pay teachers, doctors, nurses and lecturers ..God forbid who knows what group will be next!

  • And by the way Matemu is out, there is no one as the police comissioner legally, and we blame the president and prime minister. If we have to make rules that stringent we may never find no one. We should accept a level of blemish..and develop on tat . Otherwise we should stop complaining that no officials have bben appointed in these positions and that why we have insecurity etecetera.
    And now with Mutula and Githae…lets stop bashing these poor souls if we understand what it means to have this new constitution and basic budgeting rules. First Githae now doesnt decide what is spent or not , it is the Parliamentarians. Secondly Mutula doesnt hire or fire teachers therefore doesnt determine their renumeration. And for the Doctors ( Private technicians – i think we are missing the point. Its good that the private technicians/registrars fund their own education and are given the opportunity to train at public institutions but paying them at that rate means we have to do the same with public funded ones. And they pay nothing for using public facilities??? And finally neither does Mutula hire lecturers nor does he fire them so they should actually be dialoguing with the universities which are parastatals which means they manage their own budgetary and income issues.

    The bottomline kenyans let me tell you all those costs are shouldered by you and me. If we agree that all those salaries/allowances should be paid it means we agree to pay more in terms of taxes:- VAT, PAYE etc. then like that the Govt can pay them.

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