Skip to main content

Blue Ivy’s Birthday Curls and Erykah Badu’s New Flat Top

Avatar • Jan 10, 2014

Tuesday marked the 2nd birthday for Blue Ivy Carter.

blue-ivy

Exclusive - Beyonce And Jay Z Celebrate Blue Ivy's 2nd Birthday

Photo: TMZ

The cute toddler was spotted celebrating her birthday with her parents, Beyonce and Jay‑Z in the infamous Jungle Island at the Miami Zoo.

 

Erykah “On and On” Badu recently debuted her new hairstyle a la House Party/Class Act on Twitter a couple of days ago.

erykahbaduflattop erykahbaduflattop2

 

 

We think she is owning it! Are you feeling Badu’s retro look?

 

 

 

Subscribe
Notify of
guest
157 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Ellea
Ellea
6 years ago

I cant even deal with all the cuteness spewing from Blue Ivy!! Those curls look refreshed, beautiful and THICK!! She is definitely her daddys baby!! As for mother Erykah… WERK. I love her energy.

carefree
carefree
6 years ago

Blue Ivy’s curly fro is awesomely carefree and gorgeous just the way it is. I love it!! I was never really fond of all the excessive bubbles and clips look because it’s uncomfortable for the kids, and the look reminds me of a christmas tree with all the many bubble shapes, colors and such. Also, it’s just too much manipulation and stress on the strands. Less is more, I like it simple and it’s a lot easier on their sensitive little scalp.

Mimi
Mimi
6 years ago

Beautiful heads of hair, both of them. i really love beyonce’s approach on Blue Ivy’s hair, whilst other toddlers are now edgeless, relaxed or spotting extensions with barely any hair, Blue Ivy is rocking what is truly hers and in a few years i’m sure she would be grateful.

WhyMe?
WhyMe?
6 years ago

hahaha, lol

Vitalya
6 years ago
Reply to  WhyMe?

What an amazing gift! These pics are abloeutlsy precious! The one’s of Luke and Tyler oh my gosh words can not describe. Love you Lisa!!!

vogueandvino.com
6 years ago
Reply to  WhyMe?

A good many valuables you’ve given me.

pw
pw
6 years ago

I promise I’m not throwing shade but this has to be the 3rd consecutive time I’ve seen Blue’s hair dry and unkept and mommy looking fabulous. I think she is a beautiful little girl but her beautiful hair looks dry and like no attention had been paid to it at all. A little water and oil would be all that is needed. Again…no shade just being honest. Eryka’s hair is cute and like always she keeps us “Wowed and guessing” what she’ll do next.

Antrelise
6 years ago
Reply to  pw

To me, I’m happy that Blue Ivy’s hair is not perfectly perfect all the time. It shows that her mom is letting her be a little girl. We all know that little girls’ hair look one way when you leave the house, and as soon as you turn around it looks another way lol!!! I bet if Blue’s hair always looked perfect, Bey would be accused of putting too much emphasis on looks and not just letting the child be.

carefree
carefree
6 years ago
Reply to  Antrelise

Exactly! If it’s not one thing it will be another. It’s like people are out their lurking for any opportunity to judge and or criticize.

greengirl
greengirl
6 years ago
Reply to  pw

Some people have naturally drier hair you silly person. There is nothing wrong with that. It doesn’t look dry or greasy to me. I am sure her mom wouldn’t let her go without drinking water. Water gives moisture to the hair, not a ton of disgusting grease! Why do some of you black women insist on tons of grease and bull shit in a persons hair? It doesn’t look dry or “unkempt” I don’t know where you see that? I am not seeing what you are seeing. Plus she is a toddler, toddlers never keep still and Beyonce is actually… Read more »

pw
pw
6 years ago
Reply to  greengirl

And it’s always people like you who take the conversation and someone’s opinion way to personal. Was it really necessary to use the words “stupid and disgusting?” Did you just turn 2 also? Look, although I’m sure Beyoncé is a good mom and loves her daughter, you take it to the mat like Beyoncé is your sister or you work for her. Are you her nanny? My point .… Since you’ve used the word “seems” and “I hear”…You don’t really know jack about Beyoncé mothering skills… all… you know is what you see in the news. This a hair forum where… Read more »

Kirill
6 years ago
Reply to  greengirl

Hi there, I find that your case is rather petvperice since it highlights a whole lot of accurate data. By the way, was thinking whether you would love to interchange web links with my world-wide-web portal, as I am seeking to build contacts to further spear thing and gain ground for my web space. I don’t mind you laying my net links at the house page, just approving this links on this particular article is over enough. Furthermore, would you be type adequate contact me at my world wide web space in case you are keen inside link exchange, I… Read more »

juanita617
juanita617
6 years ago
Reply to  pw

Her hair doesn’t look dry at all. Are you looking at the headband? I was at first but then zoomed in for a closer look. I see those cute curls! She is sooo cute. As for Erykah, she is so fascinating to me. Her do fits her.

carefree
carefree
6 years ago
Reply to  pw

She is a child!! She is not ripping the runway! Children are always on the ground rolling and playing in something. Kids get dirty and messy, it’s their nature!! So how do you expect her hair to always stay neat?! What’s the point of even trying to make it look fancy. Even a nice sleek pony tail won’t stay neat for long..It’s like you are looking for something to criticize. And her little head does not need to be constantly styled and manipulated to appease people like you. Her styles are stress free, with little to no manipulation, it does… Read more »

Toni
Toni
6 years ago
Reply to  pw

LOL My hair looks like that all the time, regardless of the “moisture level”. It’s just her texture.

Rp
Rp
6 years ago
Reply to  pw

I don’t think there is anything wrong with what you said. Everyone is entitled to there options and you states yours respectfully. Lets not bash each other ladies. I think blue’s hair is fine if it works for her and her parents.

Jo
Jo
6 years ago

It’s been 2 years, already?
😮

greengirl
greengirl
6 years ago

Gosh Beyonce is a great Mom I admire her mothering skills. Not many nannies around I see? Wow and she and JZ take that little princess everywhere. She looks like a great mom who gives her daughter so much attention.

Mohit
6 years ago
Reply to  greengirl

I was sitting here with the emronous pit in my stomach getting bigger and bigger and then I saw your post and it made me laugh. It’s another planet man sounds about right!Thanks for making me smile!

Rachael
Rachael
6 years ago

Erica Badu’s efforts to stay relevant are legendary. She’s mad pretty so I can’t see her looking bad with any type of odd haircut.

Pebi
6 years ago
Reply to  Rachael

130I’m no longer sure where you are gtinteg your information, however good topic. I must spend a while studying more or working out more. Thanks for excellent info I used to be searching for this information for my mission.

Chocolatecurls
Chocolatecurls
6 years ago

Wow! Ms. Badu and Little Blue Ivy look fabulous!!

Anon
Anon
6 years ago

Sorry not feeling Ms Badu’s hair style.

Pat
Pat
6 years ago

Ms. Badu is fresh and oh so owning it, the back of the cut is awesome!!!

Kiianah
6 years ago

Wow, 2 years sure did fly by! Erykah is rockin’ that fade though! Her facial structure is gorgeous, she can wear anything and still kill it!

Shimon
Shimon
6 years ago

Blue is a cutie pie! I’m all about letting a little girls’ hair be free and fun. I know people who are all about a child’s hair being perfectly in place. My mother can’t stand for my niece’s hair to have one strand out. But you’re only a kid once! As for EB, love her, but not the cut!

Ashley
Ashley
6 years ago

I love how Blue is basically saying “talk to the hand” with her gesture LOL. So cute! And a spitting image of her daddy! I hate how there’s been so much talk about her hair literally since her birth. Just let this baby live. Besides, people act like they didn’t pull out every barrette & rubber band their mom put in their hair when they were little girls, and get all messy with the hair. It’s not that serious. As for Erykah, it wouldn’t be my first choice, but she rocks it! She’s always so out of the box and… Read more »

len
len
6 years ago

Wow, so many stans with hurt feelings. wow.

assumptions
assumptions
6 years ago
Reply to  len

I am not a beyonce fan. I’ve never bought her music and have yet to listen to her latest album. So it has nothing to do with being a fan. My opinions are coming from an unbiased place. I don’t care whose child it is, the point is that why does it matter how any parent chooses to style their child’s hair? Why do people always feel the need to impose their standards of what is acceptable on others? If that is the look they prefer then let them be. Why assume that the child has dry brittle hair? Why… Read more »

Ugonna Wosu
Ugonna Wosu
6 years ago
Reply to  assumptions

AMEN. I don’t need to add a thing!

Mrs.T
Mrs.T
6 years ago

I’m a natural hair woman with two daughter and my baby girl is natural I don’t put bows in her or weave but is everybody making this ok because it Beyonce’s baby sorry dry hair leads to brittle hair. Not coming her hair leads to a very tender headed young lady. My oldest daughter has very thick dry hair if she doest moisturize her hair OH BOY! It’s not ok for a little girl to walk around looking like a brush hasn’t touched hair since she’s been born.

assumptions
assumptions
6 years ago
Reply to  Mrs.T

And what makes you so sure that her hair isn’t moisturized or combed on a daily basis? Afro textured hair tends to look dry even with moisturizer. so would you prefer she hide her “dry” locks in a pony tail or braid? Or maybe drown her strands in products to make it appear like something that it’s not? What makes you think that just because it’s beyonce’s child that it’s ok? I am not a beyonce fan, in fact I have yet to listen to her latest album nor do I care to. It has nothing to do with who’s child… Read more »

Sandra
Sandra
6 years ago

Hahahaha! I love Blue’s expression! Adorable!

Join me on my 2014 Natural Hair Challenge 🙂 http://bigfrochallenge.wordpress.com/2014/01/11/2014-natural-hair-retention-and-growth-challenge/
[img]https://bglh-marketplace.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/DSC01209.JPG[/img]
[img]https://bglh-marketplace.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/DSC01209.JPG[/img]

Mrs.T
Mrs.T
6 years ago

I appreciate everyone justifications but due to the fact its says comment I’m going to express my comment. I love natural I’m natural with thick hair very coarse hair which I love and soft to the touch. My daughter had thick coarse hair and can holds curls beautifully.I don’t care what anyone says I’ve seen many of pictures of her beautiful baby and she is black and beautiful I’m saying what I believe sorry its a free country say what I believe.

breanne
breanne
6 years ago
Reply to  Mrs.T

And if you express those beliefs publicly, people will respond. If you can’t handle it, keep it to yourself.

assumptions
assumptions
6 years ago
Reply to  Mrs.T

Mrs. T says, “My daughter has course hair and can hold curls beautifully.” That sounds great and I’m sure it looks gorgeous too. Now because you have your set of standards that you live by, everyone else should have the same? You seem to prefer the more tamed, sleek look and again that’s fine. But it appears that at blue ivey’s parents have no desire to manipulate her hair to hold a “curl beautifully” or to maintain super neat hair. They embrace her hair the way it grows from her scalp or it’s just that she’s only 2 and it’s… Read more »

Finn
Finn
6 years ago

How is this a natural hair care site, yet some of you manage to not understand what a kinky/curly twa looks like?

Tracy
Tracy
6 years ago
Reply to  Finn

You read my mind!! My hair never looks moisturized and I add moisture daily! Who’s to say what that babies hair is like without ever seeing it in person or touching it!

Now if you’re natural you know that you can learn more about your hair with the touch of a hand than you could ever just by looking at it.

Mrs.T
Mrs.T
6 years ago

I can handle it. I love people’s comments and embrace different views that’s the beauty of being people.

Mrs.T
Mrs.T
6 years ago

Obviously I offended a lot of people on the natural hair website, so I will just twist my afro and move on. I just thought comments were allowed everybody have a blessed day.

assumptions
assumptions
6 years ago
Reply to  Mrs.T

Of course comments and differences in opinions are allowed and rightfully so. That is definitely not the issue. How else would be have meaningful dialogue? How else would we learn and grow if we don’t challenge assumptions and look at all sides of the issue? The problem is that people feel compelled to not only express their preconceived notions and or assumptions but to also impose their standards on others. When you come on here with opinions that are based on assumptions while telling someone how they should or shouldn’t wear their hair that is where the issue is. Since… Read more »

the gypsy life
the gypsy life
6 years ago
Reply to  assumptions

But how does one differentiate? Giving an opinion IS essentially judging/making assumptions based on YOUR standards. This is a blog that is supposed to encourage free-thought. Not everyone thinks it’s ok for a child to have unkempt hair- because that IS what Blue’s hair looks like. We’ve all been natural long enough to differentiate a dry, knotted, matted fro, from a fro that has been combed/finger detangled and moisturized. Having a high profile mother shouldn’t make Blue- nor her mother- free from critiscms and opinions. I don’t know what the logic is for why Beyonce keeps Blue’s hair the way… Read more »

KNON
KNON
6 years ago
Reply to  the gypsy life

You act like just because you express an opinion, that no one can criticize that opinion. Just as you criticize this little girl, we can criticize you in doing so. No one called Angelina Jolie’s kids ‘unkempt’, when she let their natural tresses flow through the early years. She did the same with her Black child, and she was under attack. I applaud B for not bowing down to the pressures of trying to making 4 grade hair look like 3 grade. Natural hair is acceptable AS LONG as you can style it so it looks like you have some… Read more »

the gypsy life
the gypsy life
6 years ago
Reply to  KNON

I agree- please, critique on. And yes, folks were ANGRY about Angelina Jolie’s daughters hair, there were nothing but contemptuous comments about why they won’t hire a black person to do Zahara’s hair. Regardless, this isn’t about Zahara, the topic is Blue- and her hair, looks unkempt. You can disagree with my opinion, critique to your heart’s content, but please do not attempt to shame ANYONE for expressing an opinion on the topics at hand

perspective
perspective
6 years ago
Reply to  the gypsy life

“But how does one differentiate? Not everyone thinks it’s ok for a child to have unkempt hair- because that IS what Blue’s hair looks like.” There are some people who are so closed minded and judgmental to the point that they believe that their “opinion” is the gospel. They are not willing to at least entertain other ideas and or thoughts, simply hear other perspectives. Instead, they present their opinions as if it is the end all be all. That is the issue. Nothing is wrong with disliking blue’s hair, if it “appears” to look unkept to you, that’s just YOUR… Read more »

the gypsy life
the gypsy life
6 years ago
Reply to  perspective

It’s hilarious how you interpreted my comment as “gospel”. Reading comprehension is a must 🙂 To reiterate, just in case you were unable to understand my “ignorant” opinion, I think Blue’s hair is unkempt, and I don’t care- nor do I know- why her mother styles it the way that she has chosen to. No one on this thread, that has unfavorable opinion of Blue’s hair, has attempted to convince anyone why/what Beyonce should do with her hair. What they are arguing, or defending, are her “fans” or fanatics that seem to have an attitude towards words and difference of… Read more »

Perception
Perception
6 years ago
Reply to  the gypsy life

You stated, It’s hilarious how you interpreted my comment as “gospel”. Reading comprehension is a must 🙂 To reiterate, just in case you were unable to understand my “ignorant” opinion Condescending much? You asked a question and I gave you a generalized answer. I never once said that YOUR opinion was ignorant because that is not how I feel. I accept the fact that you dislike the look. That is not the issue. Please practice what you preach. I previously wrote, “There are some people who are so closed minded and judgmental to the point that they believe that their… Read more »

sda
sda
6 years ago
Reply to  the gypsy life

So you have an issue with people coming at you based on differences in opinion. Well, in this case your opinion has no basis because it IS coming from a place of assumptions and uncertainty. Differences in opinion is not the issue, it is one’s intent and how it is presented. You are presenting this opinion as if it is the gospel because you yourself stated.……,” I think Blue’s hair “IS” unkempt, and I don’t care- nor do I know- why her mother styles it the way that she has chosen to.” I’m sure that you do not know this… Read more »

Akalili
6 years ago
Reply to  sda

Both versions are eluqaly good in their own way. I love how Kelly injected the song with her rock themed power. However, although I think they’re eluqaly good, I like Kelly’s more at the moment simply because I’m still ruined of Adele’s rendition because? it was massively overplayed on the radio.

KNON
KNON
6 years ago
Reply to  Mrs.T

Passive aggressive.

Joy
Joy
6 years ago

I love Blu’s hair and I love the fact that Bey is not making her look like the average little girl.

dee
dee
6 years ago

Not too surprise to see the harsh criticisms on Blue ivy’s hair. Many Black women still hate their “Natural hair”. I mean it is black women that encouraged or forced their young to get relaxers at young ages in the name of having more “manageable hair”. Even when natural, the goal for many is to be have a certain curl pattern (no kinks just want curls)… Even among many naturals 4b or 4c is still the least preferred hair. ..shoot many people go natural hoping to find that they have 3c or 4a curls..Shrugs.. Bottom line, I love that Beyonce… Read more »

the gypsy life
the gypsy life
6 years ago
Reply to  dee

Not at all. Blue has a beautiful grade of hair. This is not about “self-hate”, this is about seeing a beautiful little girl walking around w/ dry, tangled, knotted hair. This is completely unacceptable- moreso w/ Blue because of who her mother is. It’s one thing to see Keisha’s daughter, in the projects, running around w/ dry tangled hair, it’s another to see a millionaire, who makes sure her own lacefronts are top dollar, have a daughter looking like this. It is honestly comparable to seeing a toddler w/ dirty, broken down shoes, while their mother is dressed to the… Read more »

Mimi
Mimi
6 years ago
Reply to  the gypsy life

Are some people seeing what other’s can’t see? they say it looks dry, tangled and matted, i say the picture isn’t clear enough, and we don’t know what the exposure on the camera or what lighting the picture. i guess it depends on your mindset what your first thought is when you look at her hair because i don’t think this little girls hair is unkempt and neither am i someone who doesn’t know the difference between unkempt hair and groomed. this is the kind of hair i love on kids, not relaxed not weaved and not edgeless barely 2… Read more »

KNON
KNON
6 years ago
Reply to  the gypsy life

First of all, it’s not dry and tangled, those are curls. Second, if this topic is THAT important to you, you have my sympathy.

Signed “NOT A BEY PERSON”

perspective
perspective
6 years ago
Reply to  the gypsy life

Wow…Dry, knotted, tangled hair?? Are we seeing the same photo? Then you compare it to dirty, broken down shoes?! Wow… What if it turns out that just before that photo, beyonce finger combed her hair and added moisturizer and because her hair is naturally curly, it shrunk up and what you see in that photo was the result? Then what would you have said? Like I said before in a previous comment, there are hair textures that no matter how much moisture you apply, it still “appears” dry but when you touch it, it feels amazing. But since it appears so… Read more »

perspective
perspective
6 years ago
Reply to  perspective

They are left with their hair in all it’s glory. Their that as is, the way it grows from it’s scalp. If the hair and scalp is healthy why should anything else matter. This is the point.

the gypsy life
the gypsy life
6 years ago
Reply to  perspective

Like I stated, we have all been natural long enough to differentiate between the textures of moisturized coils, and hair that hasn’t seen a comb, water, or oil in days.

Perception
Perception
6 years ago
Reply to  the gypsy life

Have you ever considered that maybe Beyonce possibly prefers this natural carefree look and the only reason why beyonce continues to wear her own hair in those styles is because it is part of her act or she may not be ready yet, who knows? She is an entertainer and her hair is one of the things that she has been known for. Why do we always have to assume the worse just because it’s a high profile celeb? “It is honestly comparable to seeing a toddler w/ dirty, broken down shoes, while their mother is dressed to the nines… Read more »

Perception
Perception
6 years ago
Reply to  the gypsy life

Unless you’ve actually styled Blue’s hair and or seen it up close in person, how can you assume that it’s dry, matted and unkept. You are only looking at photos which you feel is enough to come to these conclusions?

perspective
perspective
6 years ago
Reply to  the gypsy life

What is difference between someone with naturally shiny, straight or a very loose texture of wavy/curly hair, who always wear their hair down or loose pony tails vs someone with naturally dry, tight curls, kinkier, frizzy, afro texture who always wear their hair out and in loose ponytails as well, with just simply a moisturizer, no defining products or over manipulation more like a 4a/b/c type of hair. Both hair types are clean, healthy and detangled. What will be the difference?

hd
hd
6 years ago
Reply to  perspective

I am really curious to hear “The gypsy life” respond to some of these post especially this one. This may explain her thought process and or true intentions.

Scrolling
Scrolling
6 years ago
Reply to  perspective

Simple. Loose hair is largely perceived as more acceptable than it’s counterpart.

Sad world
Sad world
6 years ago
Reply to  Scrolling

Exactly! That is the problem.…. Why does it have to be so? Why are people still walking around with this type of mentality? And it’s mainly black people! In an ideal world where people were not conditioned it would be perceived as just a different hair type… As long as its clean and healthy who cares how it’s styled? SMDH. Will we ever get to this point?

Thementality
Thementality
6 years ago
Reply to  Scrolling

And the sad part is that people accept this. People are conditioned to believe that this is the standard. Tight, super kinky haired folks CANNOT style/wear their hair out freely like that of their counterparts, even if they choose to or else it is considered unkept, ugly, inappropriate, unacceptable. IF it isn’t thoroughly detangled its matted, dry, tangled etc etc….It never ends….. Who taught us to think this way? Where did we learn these standards? Does anyone ever think about this? People are more concerned with what the surface appears to be vs what goes on in their minds…..Yes other races… Read more »

Divine Love
Divine Love
6 years ago
Reply to  the gypsy life

Have you run your fingers through or better yet, tried combing the child’s hair to KNOW whether or not her hair it’s dry, tangled or knotty? At the end of the day, even if Beyoncé were a “Keisha” from the projects, fresh to death, lace fronts and all, it is SHE who must deal with the way that she has HER child looking. You are taking these pictures on face value. You truly have no idea and unfortunately your post comes across as self-hate while trying to give it in a light, fluffy form.

Bri
Bri
6 years ago

I agree Mrs.T it seems like people are not entitled to have their own opinions anymore. Everyone does not have to like how she styles or doesn’t style her daughter hair. Does not make them a hater. I think that’s why people call Beyonce’s fans stans because if you don’t always agree with her choices you’re a hater. Beyonce can do what she wants with her child’s hair and people can have their own opinion about it. Some will like it, some will not. It’s ok to disagree and to respectfully disagree without name calling or taking it personal as… Read more »

Flynfab
Flynfab
6 years ago
Reply to  Bri

Bri and Mrs. T, I totally agree! An opinion opposite yours is ok and people who disagree are not haters. Negative opinions are a natural outcome of a discussion and people need to accept that.

KNON
KNON
6 years ago
Reply to  Flynfab

Just because you have opinions does NOT mean that others will not have opinions about your opinions. I am natural, and when I use rods, my hair looks the same. My hair is think,healthy, and moisturized. Just because people point out that in stating some opinions, people have NO idea what they are talking about, does not mean they are haters. I call the constant scrutiny about a 2 year old’s look the closest thing to hate that I;ve seen in a long time. Keep in mind, this is MY opinion.

everythingl
everythingl
6 years ago
Reply to  Bri

See, you have opinions about Blue Ivy’s hair. And people have opinions about your opinions of Blue Ivy’s hair.

On this planet, having an opinion doesn’t protect you from people responding. People thinking that attacking Blue Ivy’s hair is petty and stupid is ALSO an opinion that people are allowed to have.

See how it works? “Having opinions” doesn’t begin and end with YOUR opinion. You don’t have to be a “Bey stan” to know that. It’s called maturity.

t.c.
t.c.
6 years ago

I find it so interesting that the same people who write about Blue Ivy, a baby, as if she’s a celebrity, are the same ones who get upset when this baby is talked about and attacked like a celebrity. Besides Suri Cruise, I’ve never seen other celebrity babies followed and talked about like Blue Ivy is. The stans complain when this baby is attacked, yet you all worship and stan for a two year old like she’s a grown woman of accomplishment. There is no reason for this baby girl to be talked about on blogs like she is. Both… Read more »

unbiased
unbiased
6 years ago
Reply to  t.c.

And do you think that if she was the child of your everyday parent that people won’t make these same comments? It’s the principle. It has nothing to do with who the parents are, people will judge and criticize regardless. People always feel the need to impose their preconceived notions, assumptions and standards on others. Whatever they deem acceptable everyone else must be in favor too.

honeybrown1976
honeybrown1976
6 years ago

Blue Ivy is adorable and her curly hair is cute. We don’t know how Beyonce cares for her daughter’s hair nor should we know. It’s no one’s business. For every person denigrating her hair, I’d like to see how their child’s hair is (or, rather their hair, period.) Take your insecurities and keep them on you, if you will.

Erykah, do you. I must admit I’m not a fan of the style, but it’s your right to rock your hair the way you want.

Ugonna Wosu
Ugonna Wosu
6 years ago
Reply to  honeybrown1976

her hair seems to be in great healthy shape to me. I’m always shocked by the criticism, but black ppl I think always go with what they’re used to. They’re used to seeing young black girls with their hair constantly braided, and are pushing those expectations onto Blue Ivy. If I were Beyonce, I would keep it moving and not give a damn. Blue’s hair is probably much more moisturized and easier to comb through than a lot of the haters’ AND their own children’s.

Ashley
Ashley
6 years ago

Erykah Badu is the shit, soooo she can pretty much do what she wants to do. Anything she does is creative.

Mrs.T
Mrs.T
6 years ago

Everybody needs to relax actually to say people have insecurities because they commented on a hair due is insane. I thought we were adults. I’m disappointed be the honest true I don’t care if it blue or any other baby. I have of you women seen a white woman walking with a little black girl and hair was like this everybody would have something to say about that white woman. I’ve seen it and heard it with my own ears. Ladies get over yourselves and stop degrading each other over comments. Black Girls Rock! I teach my girls and youngs… Read more »

Ugonna Wosu
Ugonna Wosu
6 years ago
Reply to  Mrs.T

I don’t care, I disagree when they criticize those white women. Either they can give helpful advice in a polite way or butt out. Degrading these moms over HAIR is not anymore helpful than the so-called degrading comments here that you’re so sensitive to. There’s nothing wrong with Blue Ivy’s hair, so if you want to promote the idea that “Black Girls Rock” start with yourself and stop putting our little girls’ (all of our little girls) hair down.

KNON
KNON
6 years ago
Reply to  Mrs.T

How is over analyzing the natural state of a baby’s hair promoting understanding and self love?

Truth Hurts
Truth Hurts
6 years ago

Blue Ivy is one ugly kid.…if she wasnt a rich kid nobody would give her pie face a 2nd look!

assumptions
assumptions
6 years ago
Reply to  Truth Hurts

So you see, this is what it’s like to live in a free country where everyone has a right to their opinions. No matter how harsh, rude, judgmental or arbitrary the opinion, people always feel the need to be heard.

KNON
KNON
6 years ago
Reply to  assumptions

Assumptions, and it is my right to be heard when I call Truth Hurts an ignorant *sshole. Just another opinion. If one feel the need to post ignorant, rude comments, be prepared to live with the consequences. This is just bullying. If this was done face to face, in school, there would be consequences. Please find better things to do with your time than promoting ignorance and bullying. I bet you think this falls under the First Amendment… NOT.

Assumptions.
Assumptions.
6 years ago
Reply to  KNON

And Knon, it is my right to agree with you on this one!

justagirl
justagirl
6 years ago
Reply to  Truth Hurts

..how…could you call a kid ugly?…not even just a kid… another human being… i mean… what if that had been a candid shot of your own child or little sister or something and someone made a similar comment… im not saying… its bad to have your opinions…but.. think of how those opinions can hurt other people 🙁 ah..btw..i also dont want to seem harsh..but.. this is a natural hair site…if you thought the hairstyle didnt suit the child, then say so in a respectable way.. why use harsh words to describe the physical features of a TWO year old.. sigh,… Read more »

Anne
Anne
6 years ago
Reply to  justagirl

Because this nasty truth hurts was called ugly, infact to call a child ugly makes that person EVIL Truth hurts you are EVIL.

LOL
LOL
6 years ago
Reply to  Truth Hurts

I think this is the realist opinion of little Blue I’ve ever, ever read! You have the right to your opinion, but I must disagree, I think she’s a cuter (much) version of her dad. I just honestly wish they’d moisturize/brush/comb/something to her hair so it doesn’t look so unkept. Bey doesn’t step out like tbat, so why can’t she ensure her dahghter doesn’t either? #jmo

justagirl
justagirl
6 years ago
Reply to  LOL

i respectfully disagree w/ your opinion 🙂

everythingl
everythingl
6 years ago
Reply to  Truth Hurts

And you’re probably an EXPERT on not getting a second look. *snickers*

cacey
cacey
6 years ago

so are these folks content now that the child’s hair looks “done” (aka= defined curls)? rock on, divas!

t-sha
t-sha
6 years ago

She looks just like her father. Lil’Jay‑Z with a wig on.

D.P.
D.P.
6 years ago

Blue Ivy and Jay Z have the exact same eyebrow scowl! haha. He definitely has some dominant genes flowing through him. They look like a happy little family.

Josselin
6 years ago
Reply to  D.P.

Discovered your post really exctiing without a doubt. I genuinely enjoyed browsing it therefore you make rather some excellent factors. I am going to bookmark this website for that future! Relly terrific article.

Mrs.T
Mrs.T
6 years ago

I’m her daughter and you grown women are here talking about standards if standards was really the issue get off the wesbites and get off youtube putting on hour long videos about you women putting your entire seaoning cabnit and fridge in your hair just to keep it looking fresh and natural sorry but I doubt any of you so called grown women would go out the house without touching it at all no one was criticizing the baby she was making a comment on beyonce’s lazyness if that is really a probelm then you women saying all these rude… Read more »

meaningless
meaningless
6 years ago
Reply to  Mrs.T

Interesting….And this is suppose to add to the discussion how?

confused
confused
6 years ago
Reply to  Mrs.T

I am confused by this comment because I’ve read all the replies to your mom and no one was disrespectful. They just simply shared their thoughts on your mother’s comment, just like your mother did and just like you are doing now. So what exactly are you saying? You say that the comments to your mom was “rude and irrelevant and close minded, then you went on to say that you “hate these stupid bias websites get a life and maybe you guys need some standards.” You are doing the very same thing you are complaining about as well as… Read more »

Rain
Rain
6 years ago
Reply to  Mrs.T

What the.… o_O

cacey
cacey
6 years ago
Reply to  Mrs.T

ever heard of a period (.) ? i know you didn’t want to overdo it but it’s great to use one every now and then. don’t be shy now!

Mrs.T
Mrs.T
6 years ago

I’m clrearly adressing the women that called my mother insecure and that she should not stand for black girl power just because she said the child’s hair does not looked combed yes this website is clearly bias and the women are making bias comments because these are women who are obviously for natural hair so someone makes a comment against natural hair and 50 differnet comments follow about how inscure she must be and how my mother is pushing “standards” because of her comments sorry but putting all those things in your hair is standards if you really want to… Read more »

confused
confused
6 years ago

Someone did respond to that person’s comment. But honestly, that comment is not worth anyone’s time because the person is obviously ignorant. I agree that calling your mom insecure was uncalled for. And I am very aware of the “natural hair nazis” and the “black power.” You have every right to feel that way. Some people are just too extreme. But there are other ways to look at this issue as well. Now, although I do not believe that your mom’s statements were coming from a negative place, it seems that her comments got the response because there are many men,… Read more »

Mrs.T
Mrs.T
6 years ago
Reply to  confused

Thank you for the intelligent response. When I made the comment about my daughter’s hair I was expressing that I have three women in my house all natural all different textures so I’m very aware of different textures. I apologize if people feel like this natural hair look is a movement or new because its not. Obviously people have read too deep in my comments and I will not change what I said about a combing a little girls hair. So I’m a well educated black woman that feels my hair doesn’t define me I’m not pushing my standards its… Read more »

confused
confused
6 years ago
Reply to  Mrs.T

When I stated the natural hair movement being new I meant in terms of the rate at which it is growing in America. There is an insanely large amount of women who never knew their hair or even seen their natural texture because they were relaxed since they were toddlers. There were women who were encouraged to embrace other people’s standard vs their own(the straight look vs their own texture). There were women with issues, who hated their natural hair. And on the other hand, there were those who never had an issue with self acceptance or natural hair, they… Read more »

Mrs.T
Mrs.T
6 years ago
Reply to  confused

Well its been good and a learning experince to express my views on a website like this its my first and last. No matter how I try to justify my comments its not enough so do your hair don’t do your hair its whatever. So for everybody who’s in the so call “movement” Love yourself, Love God, Love your hair and just do you with no regets.

confused
confused
6 years ago
Reply to  Mrs.T

Sorry you feel this way. I can appreciate sites like this because no matter how important or trivial the subject may be, there is always room to learn something new. And I want you to know that I was able to understand your point of view after this discussion and what I took from it was that everyone has their own definition and standards of beauty and that’s ok as long as you don’t try to impose it on others. I don’t necessarily agree with everything you’ve stated but it was great that we were able to peacefully engage in… Read more »

Mrs.T
Mrs.T
6 years ago
Reply to  confused

I learned that people will drop low to say people are insecure based on the comment that it’s not ok for a girl to walk around this way. It’s my opinion it’s my thoughts. To tell me I can’t embrace or empower black girls because I comment on a toddler’s hair. I have a daughter a month younger than blue Ivy and an older daughter. I comment on hair that to ME once again I repeat TO ME was inappropriate. If you knew my background of profession I see a lot of things inappropriate that are life changing and dangerous… Read more »

confused
confused
6 years ago
Reply to  Mrs.T

I’m responding to your last comment below. I didn’t see the reply button which is why I’m responding here. I hear you Mrs T and I can tell that you were bothered by that the comment about you being insecure. That was wrong of that person to assume. The majority of the other comments were coming from people that were solely responding to how they understood your comment, not attacking your character, it was nothing personal. You did not come off disrespectful in any way but your comment offended some. Now just because your comment offended people does not necessarily… Read more »

Tom
Tom
6 years ago
Reply to  confused

Its best to leave a little of your hair out anourd your face so they can blend it with the weaved hair for a more natural look. It will look a little bad if you have every peice of your hair sewn in- just tell them to blend what is anourd your face with the weave and maybe a row in the back at the very bottom so you can wear your hair up if you would like. Its done by braiding small thin cornrows and then sewing the weave into it. The weaved hair is held together by a… Read more »

Anne
Anne
6 years ago
Reply to  Mrs.T

BLUE IVY IS RICH YOU I.…T AND IF YOUR DAUGHTERS HAIR HURTS ITS NOT HER HAIR ITS PROBABLY AN ABSENT FATHER!!! YOUR JUST JEALOUSE BECAUSE BEYONCE BELIEVES A CHILD SHOULD BE JUST THAT A CHILD ..YOUR PROBABLY THAT COLOUR PURPLE TYPE WHO RIP THERE KIDS HAIR EVERY MINUTE TO PLEASE THE WHITE MASTER, (as you said “a black woman in America)YET YOU STILL HAVE TO DRINK FROM SEPERATE TAPS EMOTIONALLY!STANDARDS MY AR.SE, WITH YOUR SLAVE STANDARDS STOP EATING THE PIGS FEET, GRITS AND GO ON A RAW FOOD DIET THAT’S STANDARDS BECAUSE YOUR CHILDRENS HAIR AND FAMILY DNA WILL CHANGE… Read more »

NaturallyPhoxxie
NaturallyPhoxxie
6 years ago

Can we not talk about Blue Ivy’s hair because I can care less about a kids head. She is cute and she looks more and more like her dad. Thats ALL I have to say.

Mrs.T
Mrs.T
6 years ago

Well Im done with this topic people MOVE ON !

Ugonna Wosu
Ugonna Wosu
6 years ago

what the heck is going on in this thread, lol? That’s my last visit to this topic.

Amber
Amber
6 years ago

Blue Ivy reminds me of Bobbi Christine. She’s gonna have to grow into her looks. lol

livefree
livefree
6 years ago

The tamed, sleek, “well kept, every strand in place look vs the free, wild, frizzy, simple look, no matter the texture is just simply a hair style preference. This is based on years upon years of observation, but sadly, it appears that when people with naturally straight, loose waves/curls wear their hair out wild and stress free, they are more widely accepted. Why can’t people accept kinky, frizzy, afro type textures in it’s natural state as well? I don’t understand the issue with Blue Ivey or any other child for that matter who’s parents choose to let their children hair… Read more »

NubianPrize
NubianPrize
6 years ago

So much hateration on this board !! It’s a shame that some people can get so worked up over a cute child (THAT IS NOT THEIRS ) who’s from an intact & loving family because they don’t like her hair. The same mess went on with Gabby Douglas’ hair when she became THE FIRST AFRICAN AMERICAN GYMNAST TO WIN GOLD IN THE ALL AROUND & TEAM GOLD in the same Olympics. But do some black women salute her for that ?? OH NO! Accomplishments mean nothing to them !! It’s what her HAIR looks like! Now they’ve transferred their warped… Read more »

Renee
Renee
6 years ago
Reply to  NubianPrize

I could not have said it any better. How can we expect people of other races respect us, when we do not respect each other? Why should they?

Bysa
Bysa
6 years ago
Reply to  Renee

This is actually disgusting. How do we expect other races to respect us? Because we are people! Black people don’t have to work for or earn the worthiness of other races respect. Not to mention the why should they part is screaming self-hate.

Dananana
Dananana
6 years ago
Reply to  Bysa

Especially when one of the main reasons why we don’t respect ourselves and/or each other is internalized hate that started with a European origin.…

BOOP
BOOP
6 years ago
Reply to  Bysa

…being human never meant anything if these humans have no respect for each other as fellow humans.

Chel
Chel
6 years ago
Reply to  Bysa

The truth of the matter is people are not going to respect you just because you are simply a fellow human being. Your logic is more idealistic than realistic I’m afraid.

t.c.
t.c.
6 years ago
Reply to  Bysa

Exactly. Thank you! Black people are so ingrained with white supremacy that we don’t even understand how terrible it is to think we need to “earn” being treated respectfully. They don’t realize that they’re basically saying we need to earn our humanity. Sad.

bettrmomthanu
bettrmomthanu
6 years ago
Reply to  Bysa

I agree with you. All people are individuals. You have good and bad in every culture and race. So tired of people worrying about whether or not “OTHER” races respect us. We don’t need to earn anyone’s respect but our kids. As for Beyoncé nobody points out the fact that sister Beyoncé is a brilliant musician,singer,song writer and dancer? NO One. The most impressive thing about Beyoncé I the fact that she is an outstanding mother and business woman. She has mastered her craft and better than any singer out there right now…When it comes to marketing and business she… Read more »

livefree
livefree
6 years ago
Reply to  NubianPrize

Exactly! People are leaving comments like, is hair that serious? Why are we still talking about this? Move on! Get over it..it’s just hair. No it’s not just hair, it’s beyond that. Again, people are always missing the bigger picture. The issue is one’s mentality. We as people are so conditioned it’s pathetic. If this is the way you think, if this is your mentality, if this is the way you approach things that are different than what you are use to, then I can only imagine how you approach other areas in life. The majority of people who are critiquing,… Read more »

Anne
Anne
6 years ago
Reply to  NubianPrize

THANK YOU NUBIA- EVEN DOWN TO PICKING ON A SMALL CHILD,A TWO YEAR OLD A CHILD!!! TIGHTEN THAT CHILDS HAIR MAKE IT TIGHT?? OIL THAT HAIR???SICK SICK WOMEN (Not all) THE CHILD IS RICH BEYOND OUR WILDEST DREAMS, WITH HER WILD BEAUTIFUL TWO YEAR OLD HAIR, BET THERE IS SO MANY NEAT HAIR IN THE PROJECTS BUT YOUR CHILDREN ARE IN THE GHETTO POOR AEA WITH NEAT HAIR( some of you)..GO AND CHECK..BUT BLUE IVY SHE TRAVELS FIRST CLASS..SHE TRAVELS IN A YOT, SHE HAS MAIDS WAITING ON HER..SHE HAS BOTH PARENTS,SHE IS 100% LOVED,AND SHE IS A BLACK FEMALE, WHAT… Read more »

NubianPrize
NubianPrize
6 years ago
Reply to  Anne

Actually, they shouldn’t even be hating on Bey for wearing weaves & lace fronts. SHE’S A PERFORMER, for heaven’s sake. She comes onstage with different outfits & different hairstyles..straight,wavy, & curly. She’s gotta have people to help with fast multiple costume changes,etc & the easiest way to handle different fast hairstyle changes is to wear wigs,extensions or hairpieces. You can’t put YOUR OWN HAIR thru that many changes with flat irons to make it straight for one part of the show & curling irons to add waves or curls for other parts of a show. Talk about damaged hair! You… Read more »

Ebonydoll1973
6 years ago
Reply to  NubianPrize

Oh thank you so much for your post. I see things have not changed much in the classroom. Back in my day, the Black boys would berate the dark skinned girls to no end. The difference is the teachers remained silent. Or would actually laugh alone with the disrespectful boys. The girls with light skin and long curly or straight hair were favorited by Black boys and teachers. Today, many dark skinned, kinky haired Black women are married or date non-black men. They are called “sell-outs” by the Black community. But the truth of the matter is non-black men tend… Read more »

NubianPrize
NubianPrize
6 years ago
Reply to  Ebonydoll1973

Actually it hasn’t changed that much in the classroom. I’ve also had to scold kids for talking about dark skinned girls, altho that was in schools with all black kids. I remember that mess going on in the 60s when I was a kid. Many teachers as well as blacks in general favored light skinned kids & kids with “good hair”. It was a really stupid hierarchy with the light/ “good hair” girls at the top,then the lights with any kind of hair,then the brown with any kind of hair,and the very dark with hair a “snap” long at the… Read more »

bettrmomthanu
bettrmomthanu
6 years ago
Reply to  NubianPrize

Beautiful, perfect comment! Preach!!!!! My daughter has long super thick hair. She tell me that one of the black boy kept telling her, her hair is nappy. I told her the same thing. Don’t talk to boys like that they are not worth your time.

Jas
Jas
6 years ago
Reply to  NubianPrize

You hit the nail on its head. I so agree with you!!!!!! I’ll never understand how it’s OK to be disrespectful towards a child. People don’t think how this baby will grow up and possibly read this nonsense. I always say the same people who say these horrible things about Blue Ivy’s hair are the same people who would flip their wig if someone disrespected their children or loved one. And no being a celebrity does not mean they should be the target of nastiness and hatred. They are human beings too. It’s never OK to be rude and mean especially… Read more »

Ebonydoll1973
6 years ago
Reply to  Jas

Beyonce’s baby is beautiful. The baby is wearing her hair in its natural state. She’s 2 years old. There’s no need for anything fancy. And if she was bald headed so what. She rich and loved by a large family unit. People are so jealous. Instead of being jealous, they should get off of the internet and make something positive happen in their lives.

Fritzi
Fritzi
6 years ago

I think Blue us beautiful just the way she is, it looks as though she has a black head band on top of those beautiful curls. I’m sure Beyonce knows what she’s doing when it comes to HER child. Leave that baby alone.

Miss Elisa K.
6 years ago

I’m glad Beyonce is letting the baby hair be free. She has a chance of having some edges and not wearing weave by the age of 12. Beyonce know the feeling.

Sequitta
Sequitta
6 years ago

I know this turned into the Blue Ivy show…but I’m loving Ms Badu’s new look! LOL

everythingl
everythingl
6 years ago

Nobody’s PERSONAL decisions are publicly critiqued, scrutinized, dissected and mocked as much as black women’s. Shameful.

Sunny
Sunny
6 years ago

I like Blue Ivy. I think she is super cute (and I’m not hardly a Beyonce fan). She’s 2, leave her hair alone.Beyonce knows she can afford someone to have her baby’s hair “whipped”, but it looks like she’s keeping it easy, natural and free. Maybe that’s Beyonce’s real-life lifestyle/personality, kind of free and hippyish. We don’t know because the only glimpses we get to see of their personal lives are the pictures they allow to be posted by the media. Everyone has a right to an opinion but should the passion behind some of these opinions about some else’s… Read more »

Howdy
6 years ago
Reply to  Sunny

Haha, shouldn’t you be charging for that kind of kngoledwe?!

alt-K
alt-K
6 years ago

I don’t know about the rest of you, but I truly do love Blue’s look. If I had a daughter, I wouldn’t flat iron or relax my daughter’s hair either. I like big, fluffy hair. The bigger, the better. I think Blue is extremely cute. She looks like a little girl and not a little woman like some of you may think she should look. It’s so unfortunate that we as black women have to hurl unkind words towards other black women and girls. Worry about your own damn self, and we’ll all be okay. To each their own, but… Read more »

mlank64
mlank64
6 years ago

The baby is beautiful…just like her mom. She doesn’t need anything else done to her hair except to just be her cute little self. Based on some of the most ignorant comments I’ve seen on this site, I would’ve hoped we would have evolved by now…but I see hope springs eternal.

MommieDearest
MommieDearest
6 years ago

*side steps the Blue Ivy hair discussion*

Badu is rocking the heck out of that high top fade. I love the face she’s serving up too. Get it gurl.

Martine Taylor
Martine Taylor
6 years ago

I’m mad that these celebrities are always getting a free pass. If it was the average American ACS would have been on our Ass. They knew what they were getting into when they became celebrities. And don’t you know that Beyonce can be doing that for the attention? Every time black women posted a comment, the reaction from others is always negative. If dont like yourself, as a black woman I love myself. It’s our opinio people, get over it. Why are you still there? Those are not curls. Her hair need to be combed and moisturize ( not perms,… Read more »

Ebonydoll1973
6 years ago
Reply to  Martine Taylor

how do you know whether or not her hair is not moisturized. It looks healthy to me.

Why?
Why?
6 years ago

People call ACS on For these reasons?? Where I am from, a lot of free spirited care free folks Adults and kids wear their hair like this… They tend to be on the artsy side but still, it’s quite normal. They tend to focus more on what goes in their heads vs what on the surface.….. Did you style blues hair? Have you seen her hair in person? If not then how do you come to these conclusions? You are making these claims on the basis of what “appears” to be the case to you. Are you at least willing… Read more »

Martine Taylor
Martine Taylor
6 years ago
Reply to  Why?

There is nothing wrong with natural hair and leaving it free, but natural hair does not mean Neglect. The photos of Blue tell me everything I need to know. If Beyonce didn’t want the public to have a say on Blue’s Hair, she shouldn’t post the pictures. Beyonce is the problem not the child. She acts like she’s a white mother to a black child. And Yes like I said before if it was the average American, ACS would have been on our Ass. Those are not curls, but Knots.

Thementality
Thementality
6 years ago
Reply to  Martine Taylor

correct me if i’ wrong but when you say that she is acting like a white mother, does this mean that white women can get away without ACS being called on them because they are white and lack the knowledge of black hair care? Just because someone is in the public eye, it does not make it right for people to make publicly harsh, negative or arbitrary assumptions. These things tend to cause more harm than good, allowing things to blow up into something bigger than it should be because there are the bandwagon jumpers, then there are the people who… Read more »

Martine Taylor
Martine Taylor
6 years ago
Reply to  Thementality

I was writing about a specific topic and it was about Hair not ASC. Offcourse the law is for anyone. But wait! It’s not? From what I see in the media it surely not for celebrities. You wrote: In my humble opinion, this is all just a big misunderstanding. What if that hair is a wash n go? She washed it, lightly finger combed it, put some moisturizer in there and called it a day? Is that considered neglect because she did not thoroughly detangle and styled it to your liking? Martine, what do you consider neglect in terms of hair? No… Read more »

hd
hd
6 years ago
Reply to  Martine Taylor

What if? How do you know? All the same, the point is, none of us know. So how does it help to assume the worse? Why do you feel so compelled to voice your arbitrary opinion based off of a photo? You present your opinion as if it is the end all be all without even acknowledging the great possibility that you could be wrong? Everything is not as it seems so it can go either way. But again it does not make it right to publicly humiliate, insult and spread arbitrary opinions and or assumptions that have no basis? I… Read more »

values
values
6 years ago
Reply to  Martine Taylor

So what if you didn’t know that Blue was a girl. Does it matter? Beyonce is obviously allowing her child to be free, to be a little girl vs looking like a perfect little doll, with sleek, neat strands with bubbles, clips and bows(not that anything is wrong with that either.) The child is wearing her hair out freely just like her white haired, or loose curl haired counterparts. The only difference is that Blue’s hair is kinkier, curlier, tighter and so that makes it appears unkept to you. Because of your mentality, that’s what you choose to see. Go… Read more »

HOW?
HOW?
6 years ago
Reply to  Martine Taylor

How can a photo like this… tell you everything you need to know? How is that valid? How can you make these accusations about people you do not know and have never met? If beyonce was neglecting her child’s hair, do you think she would purposely prance around in public with Blue like that? I’m almost certain that there are people in her crew that would have stepped up and did the child’s hair if they felt it was neglected, especially Beyonce’s mother. That would make sense because they actually know and see the child. Correct? And what exactly does… Read more »

NubianPrize
NubianPrize
6 years ago
Reply to  HOW?

I’ve had non black & mixed kids with “wild” looking hair. One was a black/white light Hispanic brown boy with a mass of super curly 3C coarse frizzy hair & two 3B/C PuertoRican girls with a similar type of hair only finer. He didn’t load his with grease or pay much attention to it so it looked dry but it was always clean & the girls’ hair was below their shoulders & fanned out from their heads so thick & fluffy it looked like they each had enough hair for two people. Then there were some Chinese boys with jet… Read more »

hd
hd
6 years ago
Reply to  NubianPrize

Yep, this is unfortunately true but I never fully blame the kids. They learned this from somewhere. Thank goodness not all black folks are this way but there are way too many that are like this.

REALLY?
REALLY?
6 years ago
Reply to  Martine Taylor

What in the world? Her public status is not the issue but to prove a point for the sake of this situation I will have to say that Beyonce is one of the richest black women, with an entourage for any and everything..If she was concerned with styling Blue’s hair to appease folks, or for argument sake, if Blue’s hair was neglected because Beyonce’s laziness about doing her hair, don’t you think she would have a team of stylist style the child’s hair or even her mom? Obviously the constant styling in order to appear glammed up or “presentable” to the… Read more »

REALLY?
REALLY?
6 years ago
Reply to  REALLY?

I meant and *move on*

Miriam
6 years ago
Reply to  Martine Taylor

Adele did write the song and has raw emotion dvriing her to? push her through the performance. Where as Kelly would relate to it and the emotion is slightly different then. That’s all. I enjoy both, but this cover is amazing, she did it justice.

Martine Taylor
Martine Taylor
6 years ago

Awwwww. You’re mad. That’s adorable. There’s one thing I won’t do. I will not change my opinion to please anyone. I could understand if there was one picture of Blue looking that way but there are many. You’re right it’s not my cup of tea but my opinion still remains.

REALLY?
REALLY?
6 years ago
Reply to  Martine Taylor

Your response clearly indicates your archetype. Not once did anyone ask you to change your opinion. You are missing the point. But we all can agree that since no one truly knows the truth and since you have no basis for these accusations and assumptions that you are publicly putting out, you could have at least entertained the idea of the possibility that you could may be wrong. Instead you assume the worse then broadcast it to the public. That says a lot about you. Why is it so hard for people to just let others do what they do without… Read more »

Lessy
6 years ago
Reply to  REALLY?

What I find so insreetting is you could never find this anywhere else.

noproof
noproof
6 years ago
Reply to  Martine Taylor

Yes, all the pictures are the same because it shows that Beyonce is not concerned with pleasing folks like yourself. She has a different approach than you do, oh well…let her be and get over yourself. Why do you feel the need to express your invalid opinion. I can see if it brought value to this discussion but it doesn’t. Why? Because you are making accusations and assumptions based off of photos without seeing her hair in person, without knowing anything about these people.

bonton tootsie roll
bonton tootsie roll
6 years ago

I think Blue Ivys hair is/looks absolutely amazing.

hair dryer reviews
6 years ago

beautiful look

trackback

[…] Kristal C January 19, 2014 It is disturbing to me the type of comments I have read following a post on a blog I frequent about Beyonce’s and Jay Z’s daughter Blue Ivy and her “susposedly” unkempt […]

157
0
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x
()
x

Shopping Cart