Health CAS Dr Mercy Mwangangi. [MOH/Twitter]

Health CAS Dr. Mercy Mwangangi short frock has gotten Kenyans talking.

While addressing journalists on Wednesday, March 23, Mwangangi had a platinum blonde short hairstyle that has left tongues wagging.

The CAS has previously rocked wigs, weaves and hair extensions, sometimes showing up in her own natural hair.

Some netizens were quick to notice the hair change that she has had for over two months now. 

CAS Mwangangi is among many Kenyan women who have gone the natural way; cutting and dyeing their hair.

 Dr. Mwangangi in a wig.

A quick Google search on why a woman can cut her hair has a long list of reasons. 

The most common is because a woman wants to open a new chapter in her life. While there might be some truth to this, others still argue that a woman’s reasons for shaving her hair are simply personal.

While shaving hair is considered a bold move, short hair acts as a confidence booster to many as well making it easy to stand out from the rest. 

 Dr. Mwangangi in a shoulder length black wig with a fringe at the front. 

It goes without saying that short hair is easy to maintain compared to other hairstyles. It is an easy and quick fix. Who wants time-consuming hair anyway?

While taking the big chop is considered to be a big risk, one thing is for sure, your hair will eventually grow back. Taking this risk is worth it, after all, there is no harm in trying.

Think you are bold enough to take that big chop that you have been procrastinating? Well, this is the time. Go for it.