Tiffany Haddish is looking forward to taking a long hard look at her scalp. 

In a nearly 27-minute-long Instagram Live video on Tuesday, the 40-year-old actress and comedian decided it was time for a change -- a change that she had been talking about for a long time now, apparently -- cutting off her hair. 

"Cut my hair!" Haddish captioned the clip for her 6.1M followers. "I cut all my hair off cause I want to see my Scalp. I know my whole body I know where every mole is but I don’t know my Scalp. So hello..."

 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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In the footage, the "Girls Trip" star admired her new look (a short afro) as she looked at her reflection in the front-facing camera. She ended the first video in good spirits and most people in the comments section of her post shared the same energy. 

However, not everyone had something nice to say. This prompted Haddish to put out another video clapping back at people who claimed she must be facing mental issues which resulted in her making such a drastic change to her look. 

"Why when a women decides 'hey I'm gonna cut this hair off because I wanna see my scalp' she gotta have a mental problem?" she said. "Nothing is wrong with my brain guys... I've literally been talking about this for years." 

Haddish went on explain all of the good things that would come from her cutting her hair including less strain on her neck due to heavy hairstyles (like the locs she was rocking before doing the big chop), having more free time from not having to spend time styling her hair, and being able to get in the shower without worrying about her hair getting wet. 

"I feel really good about it," she added. "I've gained... so much peace."

In a final clip, the "Night School" actress put the finishing touches on her new look and chatted up with fellow comedian Michael Blackson, who naturally had some comedic remarks about her now shaved head. 

"You look handsome," he chimed in. 

Tiffany Haddish Tiffany Haddish attends the "The Last O.G" premiere at SXSW Conference and Festivals at Paramount Theatre on March 12, 2018, in Austin, Texas. Photo: Getty Images/Matt Winkelmeyer for SXSW