Halle Berry Flaunts Her Shaved Head At "John Wick 3: Parabellum" Premiere
Halle Berry shows up to the LA premiere of her upcoming movie John Wick 3: Parabellum, and proves to fans that she’s still a style icon at 52. Berry appeared at the premiere, taking place in the TCL Chinese Theater, this Wednesday night to promote her new film – which reports predict will trump Avengers: Endgame as the top spot in the Box Office.
The actress turned her back to pose for the cameras, proudly flaunting her fresh undercut, after taking to Instagram to show off her ‘do to her 5.1 million followers. On her Instagram post, the star thanked top LA barber, Ohre Kilpatrick, for giving her the cut, posting a closeup that defined its fine detailing, along with with the message: “Tonight’s line-up by the great @ohre.kilpatrick”.
Halle pointed at the funky wave pattern which was shaved into the back of her hair, which she had styled into an elegant messy up-do so as to flaunt the new detail. Her outfit gave us femme fatale vibes, with a full black leather ensemble. The actress’ incredible body was emphasized in a sexy romper which was unbuttoned to show off some cleavage, and a black belt around her waist; as well as matching, netted black stiletto heels.
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