Neha Kakkar Turns A Hair Dresser And Chops Her Own Hair Short; Is SHOCKED With The Result - WATCH HERE

As salons are all shut due to the lockdown, singer Neha Kakkar turned a hairdresser for herself and chopped her hair short. Check out the video to know the result

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Neha Kakkar Turns A Hair Dresser And Chops Her Own Hair Short; Is SHOCKED With The Result - WATCH HERE
It's been almost three months since the salons are shut. Though the lockdown in India has been eased, salons are yet to open. So everyone is learning the art of grooming their own self and are making sure that they announce their transformation to the world through social media. Stars are no exception. Deepika Padukone, Anushka Sharma and more have turned stylists and groomed their respective husbands amidst the lockdown. Alia Bhatt too has received a good haircut from beau Ranbir Kapoor. But singer Neha Kakkar is truly independent. She's done her own haircut.

In a video that she has posted on her YouTube channel, we see the Manali Trance singer cutting her hair short. She states that she has taken a few lessons from online videos and is trying it out at home. In the video we see her giving the tutorial on how one should go about chopping their hair at home. She's doing this for the first time and we must say, the result is really good.

Neha appears totally shocked but excited to see the new look that she has gifted to herself. Follow her instructions and you are good to go. Check out her video below:


Meanwhile, Neha Kakkar has decided to take a break from Instagram due to all the negativity that is prevailing on the platform. She wrote a heart-wrenching note talking about how she wants hatred, nepotism, jealousy, suicides, murders and all to go away from the world. (Also Read:  Sushant Singh Rajput Death: Neha Kakkar Shares An Angelic Photo Of SSR And Marks The Location As Heaven – Pic Inside)





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