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Gizelle Bryant Is a "New Woman" After Getting a Fresh Haircut

"First time my hair got some LOVE since the pandemic," The Real Housewives of Potomac mom shared. 

By Chantel Morel
Gizelle Bryant Curls

Gizelle Bryant recently got to experience something many people across the country have been longing for throughout the past few months: a fresh haircut. With businesses across Maryland reopening, The Real Housewives of Potomac mom was able to visit her hairstylist for some much-needed hair TLC. 

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On June 9, Gizelle visited hairstylist Kalixto Blount for a style refresh and even shared clips from her blissful experience on Instagram. The EveryHue Beauty founder got the full treatment, including a fresh color touch-up, a trim, and a voluminous blow-out. Toward the end of the process, Gizelle's mane looked lustrous, healthy, and full of body, and the stunning 'Wife was serving inches, honey. 

"First time my hair got some LOVE since the pandemic. Imma new woman! Thanks @kalixtob," she captioned an Instagram post. 

Scroll through the IG carousel below for a peek at her hair transformation:

Gizelle has been speaking out about racial injustices and has been active in the Black Lives Matter movement. The RHOP mom has attended peaceful protests with her daughters in the wake of George Floyd's death and appeared on Bravo's Instagram Live panel, Amplify Our Voices: An Open Dialogue on Being Black in America in support of the Black Lives Matter movement on June 10. 

On June 10, Gizelle also appeared on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen with an important call to action. "Black voices right now need to be amplified. So what I'm doing right now, and what I encourage you to do, is first of all, talk to your children. They want to know that their voices are heard and that their voices matter. So talk to your kids," she said

She also talked about the importance of voting: "We cannot take voting for granted. That is the way that legislation is going to be changed in order for this country to be better [and] in order for us all to have equality and to have change. So, amplify your voice. Please."

For the latest reporting on the George Floyd protests from NBC News and MSNBC’s worldwide team of correspondents, including a live blog with minute-to-minute updates, visit and NBCBLK.

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