After debuting a bold hairstyle change to Instagram followers alongside a photo of herself smiling while posing against a wall with an inspiring caption, Savannah Chrisley's short pixie hairstyle has fans going wild — except her dad, Todd Chrisley, who seemingly isn't a big fan of the look. Underneath Chrisley's post showing off her new 'do, in which she wore a plaid button down over a Gucci T-shirt, black pants and black sunglasses, Todd wrote, "I'm not sure what I'm concerned with most, the lack of hair or the flannel."
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"Ladies...do what YOU want to do," Chrisley wrote. "Don’t base your looks, opinions, beliefs, etc on a man and what HE wants. It’s our world and they just live in it."
The caption also included a quote from Rihanna that read, "There's something so special about a woman who dominates in a man's world. It takes a certain grace, strength, intelligence, fearlessness, and the nerve to never take no for an answer."
She later posted a second photo from her impromptu shoot and wrote, "Anddddd....another one. Just so the haters can take a closer look."
Chrisley documented her journey to her new 'do, which was created by stylists José Eber and Shannon Plunk, on her Instagram Story, posting a video of herself in the car with her mom, Julie Chrisley. "Y'all, I'm so nervous," she confessed. "Should I back out?" she asked Julie, who supportively replied, "No."
While Todd wasn't a fan, at least in the comments, plenty of Chrisley's friends gushed over the 22-year-old's new look.
"Killin it," wrote singer Meghan Linsey. Bachelor Nation member Emily Ferguson wrote, "Yes. Yes. Yes.," while celebrity trainer Erin Oprea shared, "Dude, I LOVE your haircut!! It looks sooooo good on you!"
Brett Young's wife, Taylor, wrote, "Amen gorgeous," and RaeLynn simply wrote, "HOTTIE."
On her Instagram Story, Chrisley shared a message from a follower who wrote that they were a cancer survivor and felt more confident in their own look after seeing the reality star's short chop.
"And this is why I do the things that I do," Savannah wrote over the message. "I was on the fence about this cut but I wanted to show myself that I had the courage to do it and I wanted to inspire others."
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