Hillary Clinton Gets a Trendy Hairdo for Women's Day

By Ambili Sasidharan | Mar 13, 2017 12:24 PM EDT
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It looks like Hillary Clinton has celebrated International Women's Day 2017 in style--and we mean it, literally. The former Democratic presidential nominee, 69, debuted a completely new hairstyle, this time a slender bob with bangs at the Vital Voice Global Leadership Awards held at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Earlier, she was spotting a more voluminous hairdo without the bangs.

A report on US Weekly described that Hillary "rocked a ruby-red blazer and a scarlet statement lip, nods to the color of the global day of awareness." In her speech, she also expressed her happiness over the amount of public activism for President Trump's controversial acts. "As we all stop to look fear in the face, the result has not only been action but passion," she added. Hillary also highlighted the importance of gender equality for a meaningful future.

Another report on Hollywood Reporter decided Hillary Clinton's look as "extra sharp in that fierce red power suit." She further advised her the female leaders assembled to never lose the optimism, persistence, and resistance. Hillary also spoke about the beginning of Vital Voices two decades ago to empower girl children and women. She further added that if joined hands together, women can build the future that they dreamed of.

Well, Hillary Clinton's this new hairdo reminds us of her 2001 speech to her alma mater, Yale University, where she jokingly referred the importance of hair styles. She also said that hair sends out an important message to other, and this significance is neither taught by schools nor family.

Hillary Clinton is not the only one to do a makeover, recently, Katty Perry chopped off her bleached locks to get a chic pixie after her high-profile breakup with Orlando Bloom. Even, Kristen Stewart got a bleached buzzy look earlier this week. However, she later clarified that the new look is for an upcoming movie role.

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