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Taraji P. Henson Goes From Cookie Lyon To A Red Fox By Doing Own Hair And Makeup

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By Jeff Mazzeo

Taraji P. Henson has just figured out her backup plan if the whole acting thing doesn't work out... she could be a hairstylist!

The "Coffee & Kareem" star debuted her own handiwork on Wednesday after she went big and red with her hairstyle. Taraji revealed her new look on Instagram and gave a tutorial about how she went from straight haired Cookie to a ruby red curlylocks all by herself.

"Do you guys like my hair and my makeup?" Henson asked her millions of followers. "I did it myself!!!"

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No Glam Squad, No Problem

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"COVID 19 got me doing my own glam from head to toe!!! If this acting thing don’t work out I have another plan! 😫😂😂😂 Used ALL @tphbytaraji PRODUCTS FOR MY HAIR!!! 🙏🏾💋💋💋," she captioned her big hair reveal post.

Her famous friends were extremely impressed by her professional-looking job. Megan Thee Stallion commented, "Yessss😍😍😍," while Teairra Mari wrote, "Yes mam! 😍"

Beyonce's mom Tina Knowles said, "Love your hair❤️ As a fellow hairstylist 'you got skills,'" and Tasha Smith commented, "I’m coming to TPH Salon when this madness is over."

Here's A Woman Who Cares

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Shortly after Henson did her own 'do, she announced a fundraising initiative through her non-profit organization, The Boris Lawerence Henson Foundation. The goal of the Free Virtual Therapy Campaign is to raise money for a therapy hotline to comfort and talk to underserved African-American communities. The funds will cover the costs of licensed clinicians to help people dealing with issues stemming from the pandemic.

Paying Respects To Katherine Johnson.

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Back in February, Taraji paid her respects to Katherine Johnson, the famed NASA mathematician whom she played in the award-winning film, "Hidden Figures." Johnson died at 101-years-old long after she broke down racial and social barriers and was the first African-American woman to work as a NASA scientist. Henson took time to acknowledge the important effect she had on the world.

"Thank you QUEEN #KatherineJohnson for sharing your intelligence, poise, grace and beauty with the world! Because of your hard work little girls EVERYWHERE can dream as big as the MOON!!!" Taraji wrote. "Your legacy will live on FORVER AND EVER!!! You ran so we could fly!!!"

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