From faux locs to a short pixie cut, Zendaya has proven time and again that when it comes to hair , she is quite the chameleon. On Monday, she attended the InStyle Awards 2017 with a multi-colored Schiaparelli Fall 2017 Couture dress. While the dress was excitedly eye-catching, it was her amazing Afro that really had people talking. On Instagram , the 21-year-old former Disney star shared that her aunts were the inspiration behind her scene-stealing Afro. “Last nights inspo…my stunning aunties (my daddy’s all the way on the left) and a hint of Angela Davis,” her caption read. In Zendaya’s photo, the two women who really stood out have big beautiful Afros. This isn’t the first time Zendaya has slayed from head to toe, and you can bet it won’t be the last. Ahead, check out some of her best hair looks and prepare to be absolutely inspired. Read more from Yahoo Lifestyle: • Zendaya wore two gorgeous peachy pink looks in one day • Teen’s Zendaya-inspired outfit gets dress-code violation: ‘Too provocative’ • Zendaya’s curly hair with bangs and all the best celeb beauty looks of the week Follow us on Instagram , Facebook , and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
As natural hair is celebrated more now than ever before, it’s exciting to see beautifully textured strands show up front and center during the 2017 Emmy Awards. All eyes were on Uzo Adubo and her lovely large Afro, along with Yara Shahidi and Gabrielle Union, who went with pulled-back curly looks.
At the 69th Emmy Awards, veteran actress Jane Fonda’s youthful look and Ariana Grande-esque high ponytail belied her 79 years and had heads turning.
When an Armani model was photographed wearing a hairstyle resembling a “doobie,” commenters disagreed on how to take it.
No matter who's currently occupying 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Michelle Obama will always and forever be my first lady. To me, she epitomises class, grace, strength, smarts, and slay... all while managing to walk the dogs, write college recommendation letters, end childhood obesity, deliver incredible (sometimes copied) speeches, and sit down for family dinner with Sasha, Malia, and President Barack Obama.
Now, we don’t really need a reason to switch up our hair. But with it being officially summer now, that is definitely enough to make us get down to our closest hair shop and transform our locks. It doesn’t matter if you’re you’re natural, relaxed, transitioning or prefer protective styles, there’s so much we can do with our Afro hair to slay this summer! Keep reading for inspo! Jumbo box braids/ ‘dookie braids’
Ever seem like your hair’s stuck at the same length? It’s a common problem amongst women, especially those with afro hair. Although our hair may grow easily, it’s can break easily too if not careful, which makes it harder to retain the length. Achieving longer lengths is possible but it can take a little more care and perseverance. Follow these steps to minimize breakage and get longer hair.
You may think twice before using a straightening iron or shudder at the thought of the dry straw-like texture that comes with the heavily hair trends you see on Instagram but it might be certain daily habits that actually cause your hair damage. Ditching some bad habits in your haircare routine can be the difference between a dull mane rife with split ends and the best hair of your life. Here are eight things to avoid for strong and healthy hair.