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44 Before And After Photos That Prove The Power Of A Haircut

"Snip snip, bish!"

Recently, we asked the BuzzFeed Community to show us their fun, flirty, and ferosh hair glow-ups and we were absolutely FLOODED with gorgeous responses! Here are some of our faves:

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"For years (from 10-15 years old) I had my hair permed, and therefore had damaged hair, was insecure about it, and wore it in a bun at the back of my head. I decided to make the 'big chop' at age 15 and loved it so much I kept it shaved/short for years after. At 20 years old, I’m just starting to let it grow out now. #shorthairdontcare #naturalhair" —livileeeee

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"Growing up with curly hair I was always complimented on how beautiful it was, but I never really felt that it was beautiful. But this past July, I got my hair cut for the first time in about two years. It was my very first experience with a DevaCut, which is a method for cutting curly hair where the stylist cuts each curl individually. IT WAS LIFE CHANGING! I have never felt better about my hair, and am regularly wearing it curly. It has truly been such an empowering experience." —arianaysabel

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"I was always so afraid of going short, but I did it three years ago and never looked back! A bit later, I started my gradual change to platinum. Now I have the best hair of my life!" —kaseyyy980

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"For years, I straightened my hair everyday and damaged it. But four years ago, I started embracing my curls. I cannot believe how healthy and happy my hair is now. Don’t fight nature!" —jennyd46a7d7cb3

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"I was so bored with my natural brown hair. I felt dull, so I decided to spice things up and dye my hair red! Fast forward three years and I've added the bangs and recently went orange. My hair has given me such a confidence boost and I've never been happier! I feel more myself, even if that means living as a tangerine until I'm 80!" —taranoell

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"It took about a year to grow my hair out to this length (and a couple dye mishaps, like accidentally dyeing my hair green!) but I feel more like myself than I have in a long time. Turned out all my billboard-sized forehead needed was some bangs!" —katyvf

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"I've worn my hair buzzed short for years, but finally decided to grow it out. Short and dyed black, and one year later, shoulder length and my natural dirty blonde!" —amethystwells

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"Since becoming a hairstylist and becoming more comfortable in my skin over the last three or four years, I’ve cut my hair shorter and shorter. It’s so much easier to maintain, and I can keep switching up the colors a lot more". —bronwync45458b438

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"Have straightened my hair for the majority of my life and got bored of it after high school. I feel so much happier after getting braids, and I don't think I'm going back for awhile!" —keyajohnson1234

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"I’m a natural blonde. I dyed my hair dark brown after I ended a long relationship with someone who never wanted me to dye my hair dark. I kept it dark for almost seven years, but I recently went back to blonde because I missed it! I couldn’t be happier." —mariekel

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"From 2016 to 2018! I always had very long, dark brown hair, and this year I decided to change it up and go beachy blonde (and cut about seven inches off.) People say it brightens up my face!" —halfofalex

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"I’ve been dying my hair purple/blue/pink for years, so I let it grow out and let the dye fade, and it got all brassy and IMO not that cute. But then recently I got that color fixed and some bangs, and my hair looks like I actually care about it!!!" —annakopsky

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Some of these submissions have been edited for length and/or clarity.

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