Keke's exciting hair journey has officially gone technicolor.
Keke Palmer is fearless when it comes to choosing hairstyles and her latest, a pastel purple cut, might be our favorite look to date.
Earlier this month, the actress and singer debuted her shaved head, saying she had been wanting to big chop for quite some time.
As you can see, Palmer’s penchant for transformation means we can always look forward to something new and fresh from the 23-year-old.
It’s been a busy summer already for the multi-talented starlet, who just recently the visuals to her single “Wind Up” featuring Quavo. The track is the first of many coming from her highly anticipated album, slated to drop soon, among some other film projects in the works.
While we wait to see more of Keke in TV and film, her ever changing beauty and hair looks will certainly hold our attention.
Hey, it's me, Keke Palmer. I am an entertainer, sing, dance, act, write, direct, anything I can pretty much get my hands on that's artistic. And I probably realize I started struggling with anxiety and some depression when I was about 15 or 16. And if there's anything I could say to my younger self, it would be that hold out, wait a little longer, live a little bit more And as time goes you going to be able find ways, different things to become more in tune with yourself. To know what your triggers are, what you reacting to and what time. What is it that exactly that putting you in this mood. Is the food that you're eating it. All these different other things, I think you know as a kid dealing with those emotions, it was so hard because. It seemed like it was me. Everything I was blaming was me. I was blaming, it's me, that I'm the problem. And I just, I kept thinking that I had, I kept taking ownership over anxiety and depression as opposed to telling myself this is a, these are things that everybody go through. We all have our trials and errors with different things in our lives and Realize that eventually, you do time. This too shall pass and it's just a moment. Everything is not the end of the world. I think that's the main thing that always induce my anxiety. And definitely, my depression always pushed it so high was me thinking and believing that. This is always gonna be it. I kind of would become attached to that moment or that second or that week or those couple of days that I would let that emotion overwhelm me. And I realized as I got older, I would love to have told it to myself is that just give yourself some time. Be patient with yourself and you'll learn how to cope with these different things. As long as you're able to acknowledge them, As long as you're able to consciously be aware of them, you can move past them. [BLANK_AUDIO]