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Kaley Cuoco’s new bob haircut makes us very happy

Kaley Cuoco is always adorable but has taken things to a whole new level with her new bob haircut. The actress shed her long blonde locks for a sleeker ‘do.

By great Zeus, the woman is flawless. Back in March, Kaley Cuoco played our feelings like a fiddle, posting a photo of herself sporting what appeared to be a brand spankin’ new bob haircut. Yet, it turned out to be a faux bob, and her hair was simply tucked away in a devilishly deceiving manner. The outrage!

But not this time! This time Cuoco went all the way and chopped her gorgeous flowy locks right off. We daresay she looks pretty darnity fantastic! If you follow The Big Bang Theory actress on Instagram, you’d probably notice a multitude of photos following the haircutting and colouring process (a visual timeline, if you will), which we will happily volley your way:

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This will serve as evidence that it was indeed a real haircut this time. So, where to begin? The length, of course, is universally flattering, and we love the lack of bangs. But we’re actually crazy about the colour. The fade out into blonde Cuoco has going on is much more subtle than an all-over colour. It looks softer.

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Cuoco reportedly fell in love with the faux bob and wanted to chop her hair off right away but was forced to wait until the shooting for Big Bang wrapped up.

“It was something we had a month to think about and were extremely excited for. As she was sitting in my chair, we were both giddy girls waiting for the outcome,” the actress’ hairstylist Christine Symonds told Us Weekly.

The wait definitely paid off! Just look at her. Are we the only ones inspired to get bob now? What do you think of the new ‘do?

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