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Taraji P Henson Steps Out with Voluminous Textured Hair

• May 29, 2013

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So Taraji P Henson Natural-gate continues!

Back in January Ms Henson posted a photo on her Instagram account of what looked to be a voluminous natural blow out. We declared our excitement at Taraji being part of the undercover natural club, but were quickly checked by readers who pointed to her December 2012 Jet Magazine cover that seemed to feature a relaxed style.

But the questions are flaring up again with photos of Taraji yesterday at the Staples Center for a Los Angeles Kings game, rocking what looks like a natural puff.

I dunno ladies… it looks pretty natural to us!

All photos courtesy of NecoleBitchie.com.

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Courtney
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YES!!! Work it

Duh
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She’s already said they are extensions yall…comeon…Not that it matters.

cb
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thank you!

gapch
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agreed.

textured Does Not equal real (i.e. — grown from scalp). there are plenty of textured pony tails, half wigs, wigs, weave tracks, extensions not on tracks that can be bought at the beauty supply store. hair can be bought in all textures not just indian remy.…

regardless taraji is gorgeous and her hairstyle is cute…

kss
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Lol, Yep I’m wearing textured extentions now.

ambi
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i just don’t care what a star is or is not doing with their hair

Patrick Croff III
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Shorts are too high… Come on ladies, leave those shorts for the kids…

Patrick Croff III
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Too is too low also. If you have to put your hand up to cover than you need to change it…

Kelly
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Yeah, I was thinking the same thing, Patrick. I noticed her hair last. The whole outfit looks like a wardrobe malfunction in wait. It’s like she’d better not sit down, bend over, turn too fast, achoo too hard, spill nothing, get caught in the wind … I actually don’t care anymore how these Black female celebrities wear their hair, either. I already know that Taraji will probably don a straight weave or wig soon after this photo — I believe the ponytail is a weave as “Duh” stated — and that’s Taraji’s choice. But I don’t want to know about… Read more »
Trisha
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Why does she look like she’s working a truck stop?

gapch
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i dont think her outfit looks too bad. it depends on where she is going. is she out and about or on a movie/ tv set somewhere. is she in LA? as long as she isnt showing up to a corporate job or the PTA dressed like that whats the problem? she is fit and nothing is hanging out…

kss
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This could be a set of a new movie and this is one of her costumes(wardrobe )???

hmm
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Sigh… It looks like a half wig. In the sun you can clearly see the off color and different texture her relaxed hair has and the wig has… but okay.

breetea
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that hair looks relaxed to you?? o_O

hmm
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HER HAIR? Sure does. Unless her real texture is 2b. It looks like when I would comb out my permed hair after its been in braid from a sew -in.

gapch
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i agree. as a long time wearer of many forms of extensions it does look like a purchased ponytail. but regardless its cute.

thatsilvergirl
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Love the hair, hate the hooker outfit.

observer
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What’s going on with her mouth. Looks like she suffered a stroke or spasms or something… #ijs

BriA
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or she’s chewing gum — are you slow?.….…

B
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What in the street walker hell but at least she’s trendy =/ LOL

GiGi
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You guys are doing the most with your comments… Anyway I LOVE Taraji from her hair down to her outfit!!! Especially her shoes!

ukamanoire
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She just looks miserable…which is all I see.

BriA
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Damn if she wants to wear that outfit it’s her damn body and decision to — you don’t own her body.….she’s a grown ass woman.…ignorant ass comments ugh

& Her hair looks nice whatever it is

Sassy24
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Still doesn’t change the fact that the outfit is horrid. This must be some tacky stuff you would wear.

KiKi
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The hair looks wonderful, extensions or real, love it! I saw that game on TV, and Tom Cruise and his look-alike ‘adopted’ son Connor, David and Victoria Beckham and Justin Bieber were shouted out and shown on the jumbotron but no such love for Taraji 🙁

Also, it’s a unique outfit for a hockey game, the rink stays pretty chilly so I hope Ms. Henson had luxe box seats 🙂

kittyafro
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She could wear a pack of bandaids and some swapmeet slippers and still look better than most. That woman is bad on an extraterrestrial level therefore yall need to stop the slut shamey bullshit and mean spirited comments.

Shahidah
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She could wear a pack of bandaids and some swapmeet slippers and still look better than most.

I’m going to call BS on that. LMAO I love Taraji-she my GF in my head but come on this outfit is beneath her. She looking like damn I know better

Ebone
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I find it hilarioius that people are so worried about her hair and whether it is natural or relaxed. Guess what I have 4A/4B textured hair. It’s curly, I can comb it out into a fro, or I can get a wash and blowdry or have it flat ironed and end up looking like I had a chemical relaxer applied. Just because someone wears their hair straight does not mean it is relaxed, nor does it mean that they are not natural. Heck it could even be or weave or maybe it’s just the hair that grow out of their… Read more »
merry
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she has a great body.

jjac401
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I love the sandal/boots!

bxlatina35
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Her shoes is FIERCE and her bag… Loving it…she looking good.. she working it… From head to toe..

Marra Joelle
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I really could care less about the hair once i saw the shorts and boots. YASSSS Girl, you betta work!!!

Tisha
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I love her and she is my favorite character on Person of Interest but I’m not too crazy about the hair nor the outfit. She has great legs though.

Kali
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Either way looks good

Marcia
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Why is it that you all are on “watch” or “lookout” status all the time to see if someone has converted over to natural? Most relaxed hair blogs/forums don’t do this! This is what is so strange about this blog! LOL

hmmm
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THis is a natural hair blog after all.

Marcia
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@Hmm, It just comes across as strange. That is is where the term natural nazi’s come from. That is a little bit extreme to be on the lookout all to time to see who’s natural or not? It doesn’t matter how someone chooses to style their hair! Is that what black women have come to? There’s already a divide between who’s light skinned/dark skinned now there’s a divide between who relaxes their hair or not! This is ridiculous & for someone to write a whole article on it, just goes to show how far this has gone! Yea, I realize… Read more »
B
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No, the term “natural nazi” come from the ignorant who find no problem in being ever so flippant with such a disgusting word (nazi) to describe anyone who dare not share their opinion on “just hair”.

You sound like a white person complaining about the NAACP. RMFE.
Celebrating a group of people DOES NOT equal creating a damn divide. GTFO

Marcia
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That’s not celebrating a group of people or black women period when you focus on something so petty as how someone styles their hair. Trust me, I’m African American and I don’t sound like a white person at all. A white person reading these blogs would think you have gone crazy, to sit back all day discussing hair and if you put a particular product (relaxer) in your hair or not. To the average person, white or black it is strange. Yes, the tone of these articles and messages, sends the impression that you take issue with people with relaxed… Read more »
eve-audrey
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relaxed women do not care about the way other people chose to style their hair? if that was the case women who choose to go natural would not feel pressure from women who still relax their hair like “why don’t you do something with this mess?” like B said this is a natural hair blog so it deals with… natural hair highlighting black stars who rock natural hair at one moment in their lives goes to show that natural hair is being more and more accepted in a society where relaxed hair is still the norm for black women is… Read more »
eve-audrey
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and who sits all day discussing hair? maybe some people do but i’d say that hair is a subject that passionates women of all races not only black women

Michelle
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Can we define “normal black person”. Wow.

Michelle
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I completely agree. Love the blog. Wouldn’t continue to read it if If didn’t, but the constant celebrity natural hair watch is ridiculous. Bring on the thumbs downs.

Marcia
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Exactly! They have thumbed down everything I said, because they know deep down their behavior is strange! LOL

Sharon J
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This is a natural hair blog as other have pointed out. Most entertainers are fashion trendsetters. It’s interesting to see what new styles they are wearing. I think you’re being a little over sensitive. No one takes issue with people wearing relaxers. Personally, I have worn them for several years. I think relaxed hair looks good. Weaves look great, too. Blogs such as this one helps us learn how to style and care for our natural hair. It helps us better appreciate the beauty of our hair in its natural state.

eve-audrey
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well “normal black person” was just a way to say that i don’t have iss with the topics that seem to passionate some people in the community like relaxed/natural light skin/dark skin it wasn’t to say that others are not normal. quite frankly coming here to say that women who like to see black celebs with natural hair are fools is not better but that’s just my opinion. i don’t know why you like to see regular black women with natural hair but dislike to see black celebs? it doesn’t make sense to me. maybe we should stop “watching” regular… Read more »
eve-audrey
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i meant issues sorry for the typo and @ marcia thank you but no i don’t know deep down that my behavior is strange i have my opinion just like you have yours let’s say to each his own.

Kelly
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Most relaxed hair blogs/forums don’t feature naturals. Most of those sites, blogs, and magazines exclusively feature celebrities with relaxed hair. It’s a statistical fact that while the natural hair movement is growing, most Black women are still relaxed so seeing a famous woman with natural hair can be a refreshing change to some of us — perhaps even an inspiration to other naturals. Some of us don’t need the inspiration but there are a number of YOUNG naturals — tweens, teens, sistas in their early twenties who feel a bit of affirmation from seeing naturals — famous or not. Also,… Read more »
Boyhead
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not only young women… i’ve met some old heads — like in their 60s, 70s, 80s, who are still holding on to the relaxer… so, meh — to each their own. do you.

RukiyatG
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Thanks BGLH for this post and ones like it! I personally find it nice to see what celebs are doing with their hair when not on set or done up for an industry event. Regardless of what I think of her hair, or anyone else’s for that matter, I appreciate that this blog provides a look at hair that other outlets do not.

Eat.Style.Play
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It’s so thick and pretty and I love her shoes!

Eat.Style.Play

Caramelcurls
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I think Taraji is one of THE BEST actresses out there—she is incredibly talented! I think her hair looks good, and if it’s hers or not is her business. Not a fan of those shorts, but again, she’s wearing them, not me—DO YOU!

Sassy24
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That outfit is horrid, I like the boots.

Coco
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HER LEGS THOUGH!!! OUUUUCH!!!! SHE IS KILLING ME WITH THOSE LEGS… can we found out what her workout routine is… 3

Dee
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@Coco I workout with the personal trainer that trains her when she’s in town. He’s a excellent trainer! His name is Ramon & his website is http://www.myformula360.com Not sure if she has another trainer when she’s not in town or if she still does his customized workout when she’s shooting. It’s worth checking. Have a great day!

Rayven
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Those short shorts and shoes make her looking like she is selling her a$$ .…especially the way the men are standing around looking at her.….

Faida
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I think she is rocking the shorts well, the shoes maybe not but her legs are gorgeous.. hence all the attention from the men.

Marcia
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Actually, it looks like she’s on a movie set. She could be filming. I’ve never seen her wear stuff like this, so it could be for an upcoming movie.

imani
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Yeah, not loving the hooker look. She’s a little grown for it! Maybe a ciara or rhianna but on her it looks like she’s trying to hard. I think its the gladiator sandals that push her from casual sexy to trashy MILF. I’ve seen 30yr plus celebs rock shorties,but there’s a line. She needs a friend to tell her when she should fall back & take a 2nd & 3rd & 4th look in the mirror before she leaves the house! Lol!

ericajeanine
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I pretty sure she flat iron her hair for the straight, but I don’t think she has a relaxer. I’m almost positive I read an interview with her where she said this.

Marcia
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Her hair looks bone straight especially when she has it in that asymmetrical bob. I believe she has a relaxer.

gapch
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not necessarily. i and many others have gotten weaves shorter than our natural hair length especially when we feel like having a bob. plus you can get your hair bone straight without a relaxer…

Just sayin
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So I guess you can’t wear short shorts anymore ?? Y’all are killing me with the hooker/whore comments.

Shahidah
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now you know that is a SARAH PALIN REACH. Of course you can wear shorts, most of us do but she is not making this look work for her. she knows better than this…well maybe not. I hope its just a bad dress day

Mickie
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I am VERY natural. When I get my hair flat ironed I have relaxer like appearance. It is called a good hairstylist. He blow dries with a denman, presses my edges and flat irons using a comb chase. My hair is straight.

If taraji says she is natural, then she is natural. I don’t understand why anyone would lie about that?

BackyardTraveler
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I am so not liking her outfit

Nature Girl
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I can’t wait for the new season of Person of Interest.

Maybe she’s advertising for Levi.

Brianna
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How can you look at someone with straight hair and tell if it’s natural or relaxed? Idk where some folks live, but I have a TON of friends who have been natural for years and their hair–and mine when I want it to–looks super sleek and straight like Taraji’s does on the cover of Jet when it is blown out and flat ironed. As @Mickie says: “it’s called a good stylist!”

Brianna
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And quiet as kept, my long RELAXED hair looked very much like Taraji’s does in the pics above. It was full, thick, wavy etc if I just washed it and didn’t add any heat to it. Loved it and love how Taraji is rocking hers, relaxed or natural!

Stace
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You are right. I am relaxed and people always think my hair is natural (men and women) even when I wear it straight. Currently I did a bantu knot out last night and my hair is looking very fierce and fluffy and easily mistaken for natural. I don’t think it matters relaxed or natural. I do most of the same things that natural haired ladies do that is why I visit this site. I find it funny when taking with a natural friend and they will say oh you use kinky curly knot today how does that work on relaxed… Read more »
Carmelicious
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Why not just ask her? I am sure she would tell you if you asked her if it is indeed her hair. She stated once in an interview that the weave hair she uses is close to the texture of her natural hair, so it looks believable.

I loved her hair in that TP movie. The one with the deep side part, loved it!!!!

Stephanie
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She’s a beautiful woman and a great actress. I love her outfit.

imani
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I was in the magazine section at a store & decided to look for black hairstyle magazines which I hadnt done. Since I was a teen. Yet there were only 2.one called “black hair” & the other I can’t recall. Flipping thru all I saw were relaxed hair & weaves. Is it necessary to create a natural black hair magazine just so we naturals can see the broad spectrum of styles that apply to us? And I have 2 agree with another poster, we blk women r the only ones obsessed with hair. I didn’t see “white hairstyle” magazines on… Read more »
Marcia
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@Imani Okay, you were the first natural person on this blog, to actually talk with some sense. I understand exactly what you meant, and you didn’t come across as hostile and defensive over hair. Anyway, it’s good to actually know that not everybody has gone overboard with this natural hair movement! There’s nothing wrong with embracing natural hair, the problem comes in when people start to judge other black women who choose to keep a relaxer, and become hostile and angry when someome has an opinion that differs from theirs. There shouldn’t be a need for a celebrity to make… Read more »
imani
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Thanks for seeing my point. I agree that celebs shouldn’t be role models. I guess for me its just like telling a kid to be whatever they want to be but if we never see a black doctor or lawyer…its abt making the world see us as we are and not as they want us to be seen. I may not like india arie(btw,I luv her music) as a music artist but I can feel good that my neice can turn on a tv and see this pretty dark girl with kinky coils or a short fro rockin her music.… Read more »
eve-audrey
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i never understood that need to watch how much much black women spend on cosmetics. i just read the french edition of ELLE today and one of the titles was “30 ways to style your hair” (european hair of course) has anyone ever estimated how much women of other races spend on plastic surgery and cosmetics or is it normal for them to be interested in that? i don’t know why you feel like black women are the only ones obsessed with hair (i’m not at least) what i know is that the other girls like to care for their… Read more »
Tequila
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Either way she looks fab. Her hair looks healthy just a loose curl pattern. Looks like her hair is fine.

Beauty
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Her hair could be natural and still achieve a chemically relaxed look. Taraji could just be a fan of “keratin treatments”. Eventually, the treatment washes out but leaves the hair in a state where the curl pattern is looser and the hair is less kinky. This is what we could be seeing here without much product in her hair. If she is natural and routinely sports hair that looks chemically relaxed, her hair could just have been “heat trained” and thus more easily achieves a sleeker, straighter, “relaxed” look than most naturals when heat styled. If she says she’s natural,… Read more »
camille
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Her legs are everything!!! I love her she is amazing!!!

mizzt
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Don’t get excited thats not tarajis real hair. That’s a piece. She changes her hair all of the time. She wears a wig on her show.

tcreal
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MThe questions flaring up for me is what the hell is she wearing??? It’s not sexy at all. I guess because she has to wear a suit much on her show she needed to breakout…but this is not flattering. Hair is cute.

Sarah
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Ok, I love her hair, lol at the face she’s making. After reading the comments, I became very disappointed. As a couple made smug comments about the fact black women celebrate hair, I began to wonder if they ever took the time to do and read research on black women’s identification of self in a post and pre-a partied and post slavery day. Further more, this blog was created for women, who despite the social and popular view of what it means (or thankfully, meant in a lot of parts in this country and world) to be “nappy” (usually with… Read more »
Marcia
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I didn’t read all of your post, because it was rather long, but I will say this. A lot of women that are transitioning to natural, must still feel that “nappy” isn’t deemed beautiful, because so many are still trying to achieve the “European” look via flat ironing, Keratin treatments, and some have gone as far as texturizing to loosen their curl pattern! Only a select few are wearing their hair in Afrocentric hairstyles. So to me, the better term should be that you are “chemical” free versus saying you are natural. Manipulating the hair in any form is not… Read more »
Sarah
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Marci, of course you didn’t read the whole thing because you will continue to come from a position of “im right”. You will even argue against something to confirm it in the next sentence. The fact that women do wear natural hair is important regardless of the percentage, we’re not talking about women who don’t, we’re talking about women who do. That sort of chemical damage to the hair is unhealthy, but people still smoke too. Sharing pictures of women in the corporate media with natural hair is to show that it is being done, hence the information and pictures…… Read more »
Marcia
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No, this blog is still not fully representing individuals in the industry who are fully “natural” or showing the world they are. This blog shows slight snippets of photos where the celebrity is still rocking a weave, as the case above where Taraji is wearing a weave ponytail. Which is not natural. Also, Taraji is a bad example to show as a celebrity being natural, because she always wears her natural hair under weaves, she straightens her hair to the point it appears bone straight that you can’t tell if she has a relaxer or not. Most of the celebrities… Read more »
Marquita
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Why is it that we get so caught up in trying to prove ourselves to the world one way or the other? Do you see women of other races trying to justify why they get lip injections, why they wear weave, why they get butt implants, why they also straighten their hair etc.? We need to stop! at the end of the day do whatever you need to do to look your best of course within your comfort zone and just be confident and happy in your own skin…

imani
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I’d like to respond as to MAYBE why some naturals get offended by celebs who primarily rock weaves and wigs yet sites such as this hail them as “naturals”. Maybe ppl r so touchy bc as blks our beauty /race has been the one primarily picked apart,downgraded and marginalized by main stream america. We have endured centuries of external AND internal hate abt our features including our hair. So when women of color are bold enough & confident enough in themsleves to wear their natural hair in a world that tells them they must “tame that hot mess”…they could be… Read more »
dawn
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its debatable that relaxers make the hair more manageable. in my experience all i got outta the deal was breaking hair that couldnt retain length, and that’s the way it works for most women who undergo relaxer treatments for their hair. doesnt sound like easy management to me. contrast that to my natural hair, i may not be able to run a comb thru it, but that’s not how i would determine ‘manageable’. peace

NOLADarling
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I wore my hair natural for 15yrs, but recently decided to texturize it and can definatively say that relaxers aren’t necessarily more damaging nor is natural hair necessarily more resilient, but that how you care for your hair determines how healthy and strong it remains. Many naturalistas, myself included, have spent a great deal more time caring for their hair than they did when they wore it relaxed. Since deciding to chemically alter my hair, I have subscribed to the same level haircare I had before and my hair is still strong and healthy.

Jamie
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Many women of all colors and races flat iron and straighten their hair. I don’t use chemicals in my hair and I wear my hair curly or in a wavy pony tail. But when I blow dry my hair after I shower my hair straightens without even flat ironing it. I wear my hair straight sometimes just to have a different look. but I get more compliments when I rock my natural curls. oan to the others: Taraji doesn’t use relaxer in her hair. She puts coco butter on her hair regularly (why it looks so healthy) and she gets… Read more »
Mishi
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re: Marcia– I honestly can understand some of what you’re saying. And sure, there are naturals and those transitioning who straighten their hair because they believe it to be more beautiful than their natural hair, which would point to an identity issue. However, the mere practice of straightening ones hair does not make them less natural. I think if your same standard was applied to White women, many would not be natural as heat is regularly used to both curl and straighten the hair. When heat or a chemical is added to the hair and permanently alters the structure of… Read more »
Karin
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So if it isn’t her natural hair, then what? Does she get kicked out the the club or something. All this effort is going into whether she is natural or not. Regardless, her hair is cute and I know this is a natural hair blog, but lets not resort to making rude comments about her hair. At the end of the day it’s her hair and she can do with it what she pleases.

Colalover
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I don’t think it’s her hair because her hair is extremely fragile and fine and she doesn’t have the type of hair that grows very long. But it doesn’t matter anyway. It’s her hair. Even if it’s a weave, so what! it is an attempt to wear natural hair or to appear like she is wearing natural hair. Who freaken cares?

mimi
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huh? she doesn’t have the type of hair that grows long? you sound like you know her hair personally. fine hair can grow long, have you seen Cipriana from urban bushbabes? 4c hair and fine strands and her hair is AWESOME and waist length.

dawn
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what the heck? what does ‘the type of hair that grows very long’ look like as opposed to that that doesnt fit that description? please humor me.

Colalover
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Yes Marquita, you do see other races of women raggin each other out over who’s hair is naturally blonde, or curly among other ways of criticizing each other. I see it all the time between white women. When my daughter visited Japan, she told me that many a yoing Asian females just love to spend their days spotting eye and nose jobs! Especially if their into cosplaying Anime characters. Those ridiculous procedures are actually rather big over there. A lot of Asian women getting plastic surgery to appear more European is very common. It is also very common for East… Read more »
Drea
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Amen!

Remy
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How about this Ladies & Gents. Lets not worry about whether or not her hair is real, and appreciate the fact that a female celebrity has decided to show her hair (whether real or fake) in what is her “natural” texture. Let us also appreciate the fact that WE as a community are now using our power as consumers to slowly change and alter the standard of beauty to represent us. Since the “natural hair movement” has begun I have seen more books, blogs, videos, and new hair care products natural hair. I always walk into Target with a smile… Read more »
myhair mybusiness
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Many of us are switching to natural from relaxers for flexibility — duh — straight one day and curly / kinky the next. We are who we are and a relaxer or any other process is not going to change that fact. Blacks need to stop being so shallow and start to encourage, appreciate and honor each other. That is why there is so much black on black crime today. Most blacks today do not have a clue of how to care for natural hair because of our history .. the wisdom and knowledge was lost with slavery. We are… Read more »
Just watching
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Pardon my language, but what a dumb argument. I think it’s dumb to argue about the purpose of the site. I think it’s dumb to argue about what races criticize each other. I also think it’s really dumb to even care whether taraji’s hair is natural or not. Who cares? Don’t be Natural nazis. The fact of the matter is, women are fickle. Natural is in because enough women have dared to do it to make it desirable. If this wasn’t such a big “revolution” women wouldn’t be flocking in droves to do it. Hair companies wouldn’t be making products… Read more »
TwystedKinkyLady
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Does it really matter what it is called or how it is labeled (chemical free vs. natural)? I personally use the term natural because it is a word I’ve become accustomed to using, so I shall keep on using it. Starting with rocking a fro…um my hair becomes way too difficult to detangle after wearing a fro so that is why I choose not to do so. Now, the fact that I’ve had my hair flat ironed (once and never again. lol), wore my hair in extensions, and to whatever future manipulation I choose to do to my kinks does… Read more »
Treacle
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Oh dear. Talk about ‘divide and conquer’!
Waaaay too much internal debate going on here. Save your energies for presenting a more united front ladies.

To whom? To a world that’s not too black-female friendly, as most of you have experienced.
United fronts!.…I’m no historian but …It’s what’s won world wars. 🙂

jeanettesdaughter
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whew!

Noone
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@marquita very well said lady we as black women have enuff on our plate I dare explain my dam style or reason for it to anyone…
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Pam
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Please stop showing celebrities with their so called ” fake natural hair” . It’s sickening l don’t care about Oprah, Solange, nor Minaj. I would rather see and read a regimen from a non celebrity sister like myself.

Sharon
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Natural or not she looks a reck, not put together at all. junior shorts,sloppy tits,big belly and shoes. slutty and trashy.

Butter
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Thank you for saying that Sharon! Forget the hair, I am surprised to see how sloppy she looks! She could have done so much better, where is her mother to check her? She does not even look like Hollywood material, very slutty looking! Sad!

JuceeBoop
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I think her hair is cute (whether it’s real or not)and she looks hot. She’s in her 40’s, where are her titties supposed to be, under her chin? I instantly thought that I need to work out more when saw her pic because I want to look that good when I’m her age. LOL

Sharon
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her tits should be in a bra,bird. working out doesn’t mean a thing if u do it to fit in juniors clothing at 45. forget it.

ds
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I am baffled on the gibberish you women are talking about. How about talking about the chemicals that are in these so called “all natural” hair products. And the fact that 73% of all African American women or Obese! This is the root of the problem. Focusing on your outside but dying on the inside.Ladies, FYI guys don’t really care about your hair length. We just don’t want you to have a bigger belly than us.

pamela
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i think dat hair is as natural as it looks,.….and y d heck u covering your chest gal,it’s either u take your hand off or change the top!

0Fame
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The woman has so much more than hair going for her, the boots, the Daisy Dukes, she looks well toned and healthy, take it all in. And remember she is a hell of an actress. Get back haters.
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chriss
Guest

I personally think that its useless to argue if her hair is natural or not. i think we all have different lifestyles and as women we choose what works best for us in terms of hair manageability. Relaxed or not, hair needs to be cared for daily. it seems to me that people are trying to convince each other that chemically altered hair is better then natural hair and vice versa but at the end of the day it is a personal choice and preference

jamilah
Guest

she is very much natural, she said it herself, she also stated that she wears sow in weaves because she does not want to put so much stress on her hair with styling.

MsPhd
Guest

I have natural hair that is longer than the weave I sometimes choose to wear. I know lots of people who love pixie cuts etc but don’t want to cut their hair so they get a short sew in weave and rock it for a bit without damaging their hair. I am sure she wears weaves, wigs etc for work…go Taraji

Yvette Flounoy
Guest
I think that all of this discussion about other people’s hair choices is ridiculous. I, for one, have natural hair because relaxers damage my skin. However, more often than not, I have my hair blown out because it makes it easier to manage and is quicker for me since I wasn’t that young girl who stayed in the mirror learning how to style her hair and still haven’t mastered styling as an adult. I much rather go out looking like something with my hair straight than looking a wreck because I don’t know what to do with my hair and… Read more »
Mercedes
Guest

This is a hair blog-founded by a natural black woman-if you would like to start a blog about hair and not discuss current celebrity style or other women’s hair choices, then feel free. However, please note, those topics are kinda the point here…Otherwise, it wouldn’t be relevant… Honestly, the title and post were intriguing enough for you to read and participate in the discussion so its safe to assume that it is indeed a good topic to cover. yes?

Charm White
Guest

I honestly receive motivation from celebs who are in fact natural. They are in a world where beauty is more subjective and constraining. So to make a stance to go natural, remain natural and wear their natural hair is pretty deep. It makes me feel like, if they are doing it, there is no reason I can’t do it. Keep posting these pics. I love it!!!

andy
Guest

I think we misunderstand the relaxed movement as naturalists. Some women don’t go for bone straight relaxed hair and are thus able to maintain some of the curl and ‘puff’ that is typical of natural hair. Let’s give Taraji a break and either vote up or vote down the style rather than trying to determine whether she is on the “natural” meaning not-chemically straightened bandwagon.

NaturallyLovenMyHair
Guest

Forget her hair, her shoes are the business!!! LBS!!!

Shaniqua
Guest

Okay!!

Nic
Guest

As women of color we giv each other the hardest time, instead of uplifting one another

Junie
Guest

If it’s growing out of her head then it’s Natural (her real hair) even if the Texture is not. When a woman rollersets or flat irons her natural hair; the hair is still natural even though the Texture is not.”–Natural Kinky Curly-Marie

I BELIEVE THIS ALSO.

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