Brooklyn Decker, Hair

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Chop, chop! And the celeb du jour to get a bob is… Brooklyn Decker!

While chopping a bob is hardly groundbreaking these days (ahem, that's so 2014), the Sports Illustrated beauty lobbed off 10 inches of long blond hair to create her new chin-length chop. Now that's a lot of mane, people! Brooklyn took to Instagram to debut her shorter-than-ever new do, rocking a tousled side swept style with volume galore. True, it may be a commonplace hairdo these days. But when you rock a bob as beautifully as Brooklyn, who cares?

As for her shirt—well, look for yourselves: It's a goofy candid of the gorgeous model picking her nose. But worry not, there's a purpose behind the quirky tee. Both a beauty and a do-gooder, the 27-year-old is selling the shirt to benefit the English in Mind Institute in Haiti, a charity near and dear to the model's heart.

Brooklyn dished the details about the shirt on her Instagram, captioning the pic: "Exciting news! You can now exclusively buy this shirt on People have been asking me about this t-shirt for a while now and we finally partnered with Represent to get it out there and raise some money for good. 100% (!!!) of the profits will be going to English in Mind."

So what's up next for the freshly-bobbed model? She's headed to the Sundance Film Festival this week, where she'll be walking the red carpet for her film Results and also doing a little philanthropic work for the EIM Institute. And alongside Brooklyn, another bobbed-celeb expected to hit up the film festival is Dianna Agron.

Although a drastic transformation from her famously long locks, we're giving Brooklyn's new hairstyle a thumbs up. Looking good, girl!

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