Kaley Cuoco Shows Off Her Drastic Hair Change With a Quirky Pic
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Kaley Cuoco Shows Off Her Drastic Hair Change With a Quirky Pic

Kaley Cuoco seems pretty darn fearless when it comes to her hair, whether it’s proving braided short hair or pink hair (with matching pink eyebrows!) is badass, but right now it’s all about the length. Swapping her shorter lob for faux long locks, the Big Bang Theory star posted a quirky pic of herself mid-appointment, and we love it as much as we love her new ‘do!

The star took a selfie (with a selfie stick no less) of herself getting long extensions being added in. The pic shows her sporting dark roots and includes the caption, “It’s very important for me to change my look after wrapping each season :) I love playing Penny, but it’s good for me to bring it back to Kaley last year I chopped it all off- this year I’m doing the opposite. With the extension master @faye.woods … Stay tuned!”

She also added, “(Can’t wait to read all the negative comments lol)” Ouch. Just ignore the hair-change haters, Kaley!

The end result is waves of luscious locks, darker at the top then fading into bleach blonde at the ends. Call it an instant balayage — only no hair dyeing required! This is a great option for anyone with a lob who wants to experiment with lengths and color but doesn’t want to go through the bleaching or dyeing process. The final result can last about two to six months, depending on the method you choose. Of course, extensions don’t come cheap — costing anywhere from $275 to thousands of dollars. Of course, if you don’t want the commitment of sitting in a chair and getting them glued/bonded, taped or sewn in — a process that can take hours — you could always opt for clip-in options (which hair chameleon Kylie Jenner is a big fan of!).

Kaley seemed pleased, posting a final pic saying, “Baby’s got her hair back :)” She sure does! *BRB looking into extensions*

Have you ever gone from super short to super long, or super long to super short? Tweet us @BritandCo!

(h/t People, Photos via @normancook, Jason Merritt/Getty)