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Beyonce ‘Does Something’ With Blue Ivy’s Hair.… Puts It In A Cute Top Knot

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For moooonths, people have been criticizing Beyonce for keeping her baby’s hair “unkempt” and “uncombed”. We have always felt Blue Ivy’s little fros were coily and cute! Well, all the complainers can quiet down because Beyonce has ‘done something’ with her baby’s hair. The Carter family was spotted in Barcelona as Beyonce begins the final stretch of the Mrs Carter Show World Tour, and Little Blue was wearing a top knot! Cute… cute.

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Sandra
Sandra
6 years ago

I think the critics should just move on and leave Beyonce and Blue’s hair alone. As a natural, I try to have a low to minimal manipulation of my hair and I would dare anyone to tell me to do something different with my or my daughter’s hair. Toddlers are very restless when it comes to styling. when my daughter was younger, I did the same (afro puff). The issue is people who claim to love ‘natural look’ can’t stand our natural looking hair. Afro is natural. Toddlers should be able to rock an afro and their parents shouldn’t be… Read more »

del
del
6 years ago
Reply to  Sandra

I totally agree. Why does a toddler’s hair need to be “done”? All she’s doing is playing and running around, I hope. Next thing you know, the people who want her hair “done” all the time will be expecting braid extensions and weaves. smh.

KP
KP
6 years ago

That little bun is too adorable!!!

Anon87
Anon87
6 years ago

Yes, because it’s now long enough to (safely) be put into a bun. Before it was delicate and shorter, it made sense for beyonce to “leave” Blue’s hair alone. It is probably because she did “nothing” to Blue’s hair that she’s now able to do a bun; had she manipulated it the way the “critics” kept crying for, this might not be the case!

Blue’s hair looked cute before and it looks cute now!

Ugonna Wosu
Ugonna Wosu
6 years ago
Reply to  Anon87

exactly! Keep it moisturized and leave it alone. Black men are good at this with their hair. If more grown black women would understand this concept, there’d be less of them crying about why its so hard for their hair to grow.

Long hair don't care
6 years ago
Reply to  Anon87

She look unkept. B don’t step out like that and neither do J so why should they child. If she was naynay from the jets the same thing would happen she’ll be talked about. Nobody saying put weave in the babies head or a perm but at least she should be presentable especially in public.

Waukee
Waukee
6 years ago

People always think little girls need a thousand ponytails and bows.… leave the hair alone and it will retain growth with low manipulation. Im glad she didn’t give in to wht people expect.

Long hair don't care
6 years ago
Reply to  Waukee

My husband sister never combed her daughters Haiti at least it didn’t look combed and as a teenager she has none. Be careful of what you wish for

To thine own self
To thine own self
6 years ago

If this was a non black child with straight hair who’s mother just left it alone no one would criticize. This is why some black mothers relax I remember when I was younger my aunts would say to my mom it’s time to relax that child hair like it was required for my hair to be relaxed and I had reached the age where my hair being natural was no longer socially acceptable

Long hair don't care
6 years ago

It could be a black child with straight hair. All blacks don’t have the same texture

Lilaclady
Lilaclady
6 years ago

TRUTH! What you described is going on all over the place in Black American homes. The way we treat black women in this Western society is appalling. And guess where the mistreatment starts? It starts with us as black people. We are the ones unfortunately, perpetuating the b.s. My sisters would see my daughter’s hair just slightly messy after playing outside in the park, and she would say “Oh if I had a child with good hair like THAT, I’d be doing all kinds of styles.” What my sisters failed to realize is,the reason my daughter’s hair looks so good,… Read more »

Elle
Elle
6 years ago
Reply to  Lilaclady

Dear Crab-in-bucket, You’ve ‘long given up on Black people’ and so you’re embracing WHAT YOU’VE SEEN of the Dutch? Please continue to tell us how White women are better than Black women. Thank god our ancestors didn’t have your pitiful, feckless, stereotyped fishbowl view of an entire group of people to justify your inner hatred projected on everyone else. You seem to despise Black people and Americans, despite probably taking advantage of many of the benefits that Blacks and Americans actually contribute to the world. You’re just another confused, ranting child sadly embittered by a world that disappointed you. How dare… Read more »

lis
lis
6 years ago
Reply to  Elle

.….please be quiet!there was nothing wrong with what landlady said.….it was straight up truth.I think you read but did not comprehend.….come again.thanks

Phoxxie
Phoxxie
6 years ago
Reply to  Elle

You do know there are black people in the Netherlands right? I found nothing wrong with what she said. I too, felt disgusted that all people could talk about was her hair when I myself, has always worn my hair that way. Its the general mentality that afro hair is bad.

Long hair don't care
6 years ago
Reply to  Lilaclady

Then go live in the Netherlands if you so unhappy here

the gypsy life
the gypsy life
6 years ago

As we all know, natural hair requires maintenance. If we, as women, just walked around with our fros unpicked, not moisturized, not detangled, etc., it would look like Blue’s- unkempt and not moisturized. Blue is a child, and I understand that children don’t like getting their hair done, but, what people are saying is, you can style her hair, you can put water/oil in it. I’m sorry but there is no excuse for this laziness. Beyonce has the money and the means to make sure Blue’s hair is properly taken care of. There are too many styles and our hair… Read more »

Lo
Lo
6 years ago
Reply to  the gypsy life

When you refer to beyonce keeping her hair done you do know she is keeping her extentions done right? So that has nothing to do with how she maintains her daughter’s hair as Blue doesn’t need the same maintenance as her mother as Blue doesn’t have extentions nor does she work. And on that note as much as you assume beyonce gets her hair done, is her natural healthy? I think Beyonce takes better care of Blue’s hair as she should. I’m tired of people claiming “so and so” has too much money to “look like this, dress like that,… Read more »

sid
sid
6 years ago
Reply to  the gypsy life

@TheGypsyLife: “If we, as women, just walked around with our fros unpicked, not moisturized, not detangled, etc., it would look like Blue’s- unkempt and not moisturized.” How do you know that Blue’s hair is not groomed? Why do you assume this? What if she does detangle, but instead of a comb she uses her fingers? What makes you think her hair isn’t moisturized? Because her edges aren’t perfected slicked down with product? You should know that with afro textured hair, as long as there is no setting with a gel, braids, twist, pomade, curly creme or scarf being used this… Read more »

Katren Moss
Katren Moss
6 years ago
Reply to  the gypsy life

I agree with you gypsy life…Blue Ivy’s hair is not combed with fingers or anything else. Nobody is saying take the child to the hair dresser or put braids in her hair…you guys are just being faceious with those comments but come one do something with it. And as for all you “naturals”…you are grown women but before you got there, your mother’s/grandmothers/aunts made sure your hair was combed and had clean clothes on. Sorry and some of you can deny it but all children were not born with good manageable hair and all children are not cute and in… Read more »

choice
choice
6 years ago
Reply to  Katren Moss

Her hair is styled and groomed the way Beyonce wants to style and groom it, not the way you think it should be. Accept the fact that there is no one size fits all for afro hair care practices and let people be. Her hair is very appropriate for an active toddlers age so why fuss? If it’s clean and healthy then let it be. You don’t have to like it but don’t tell someone else what they should do with their child’s hair. The issue isn’t about preference, its about people such as yourself that feel the need to… Read more »

Sandra
Sandra
6 years ago
Reply to  Katren Moss

You just communicate the problem…based on what I saw of Blue Ivy’s past pictures, her hair was combed…AFRO PUFF. Not sure what ‘look’ she should have at her tender age of .….. Natural Afro doesn’t mean ‘uncombed’ it may take on the appearance of unruly..then it should be shaped by padding it down or ect. As a natural, I have learned a lot of about my hair and how to properly do it..now. Some things that my mother did worked, back then, but now I know more and therefore I will do better..that’s what we should all do…learn and do… Read more »

Yolanda
Yolanda
6 years ago
Reply to  Sandra

No excuse.…..she has hired people.

iluvedges
iluvedges
6 years ago
Reply to  Katren Moss

@ Katren Moss, this is really bothering me, the word ‘unkempt’ is that truly a word? I mean I only see the word when it comes to naturals…is it like the word they made up for example ‘pre-poo’? and YES Blue Ivy looks like her daddy…are you going to give your granddaughter a kiddie perm? since her hair is like steel wool?

Sherrie
Sherrie
6 years ago
Reply to  Katren Moss

@Katren & the gypsie life — I totally agree with both of you!!!!! A toddler’s hair does need to be done. It doesn’t have to be placed in a high fashionable hair style, but it should at least be presentable. That child is also a reflection of the parents. Both parents are in the public’ eye. I am a Hiring Manager and sometimes parents come with their kids to interviews (dumb, but they do). However if one child has well kept hair and the other doesn’t, I don’t care how many skills the parents have, if they allow their child… Read more »

shallow
shallow
6 years ago
Reply to  Sherrie

This was so shallow. Then Beyonce and other successful and hard working parents, rich or not are all lazy and unreliable then? Why do you have to come to such harsh assumptions? Believe it or not, there are some parents that purposely choose to groom their children’s hair in this low manipulation/maintenance manner. And the ones that do the least to their hair tend to always have the most hair and healthy too. Please keep in mind too that there are some parents that are genuinely clueless on how to care for hair so instead of criticizing and name calling,… Read more »

shallow
shallow
6 years ago
Reply to  shallow

You can tell that *their*

Katherine Mae
Katherine Mae
6 years ago
Reply to  shallow

I truly believe that all of you who are defending this kid’s ‘unkept’ look are probably the same way with your own kids. That’s why you are so defensive. You have those same skeletons in your own closets. Anyone who cares enough to keep their child’s hair looking ‘public-friendly’ can certainly relate to those of us who think it’s disturbing to see a kid walk around like they’re in the jungle or an alley or just came from outside and their hair got jacked up. No matter how busy you are, you have to take/make the time to make sure… Read more »

shallow
shallow
6 years ago
Reply to  shallow

@Katherine Mae Wow, is this the way your thought process works? Well if I were to think the way that you do, I would assume that all over weight people are just fat, greedy and lazy slobs. And I would always wonder, how in the hell could they leave their homes in such a state? No matter how successful they are, how much of a great person they may be or how well dressed and well groomed they are I will always be disturbed and disgusted by their appearance. I will judge, criticize and ridicule them solely based on their… Read more »

shallow
shallow
6 years ago
Reply to  shallow

Please excuse my previous comment. It is all over the place, my computer is acting weird.

straightnochaser
straightnochaser
6 years ago
Reply to  the gypsy life

What exactly is she ‘subjecting’ HER child to? Critics such as yourself? It’s because of the need for Black folks to nitpick, criticize, scrutinize, and chastise over hair is why so many little Black girls today are running around with chemically damaged hair, thinning to no edges, braids that are in waaayy to tight, all for the sake of those critics who say ‘you ought to do something to that child’s hair.’ Geez, the girl is only 2. Where and what exactly is she going/will be doing, that requires her to have her hair styled to the nines? Beyoncé may… Read more »

Dante
Dante
6 years ago

Preach, Straightnochaser. I couldn’t agree with you more

Mamie
Mamie
6 years ago

I believe that you are wrong about why so many little Black girls are running around with chemically damaged hair. I know firsthand that my mother didn’t take care of my hair and getting it chemically straightened was the, “easy way out.” I’ve even heard her say it!!! She called my hair unruly and didn’t want to “bother” with it. It has nothing to do with age. Having a child means so much more than merely spreading your legs. Where is the child going? OUT IN PUBLIC!!! It doesn’t matter the age. My daughter is only 3 and I would… Read more »

TT
TT
6 years ago
Reply to  the gypsy life

I agree with you gypsy life. As far as i’m concerned children should look well kept in ALL aspects of their appearance. I don’t care!! You wouldn’t let your child go out with dirty clothes, you wouldn’t let your child go out with stuff on their face, you wouldn’t let them go out without brushing their teeth… someone explain to me why hair is any different. Explain to me why brushing or putting ribbons in a little girls hair is wrong… i’m thinking, but i cant see the problem. my mum did it to me and my sister. our hair is… Read more »

perspective
perspective
6 years ago
Reply to  TT

This is apples and oranges. Not brushing teeth, dirty faces, wearing dirty clothes are totally different from a parent who has a more carefree simple approach to hair care. If the scalp and hair are both clean and healthy and the mother chooses to groom and apply gentle and simple hair care practices as well as simple and low manipulation styling such as loose buns, or by letting her hair out freely with just a moisturizer or a pony tail etc, then please tell us what is wrong with this and how can you compare that to dirty clothes and… Read more »

Lu
Lu
6 years ago
Reply to  TT

Actually, that’s very much culturally based, judging parenting on a child’s appearance. I know if my Nigerian parents were to see a two year old child with Jordan’s and fancy clothes, while the parents don’t even own a house, they’d say those parents are irresponsible.

White girls have uncombed, unadorned, unruly hair all the time. It’s just straighter. We have been brainwashed to be uncomfortable with frizzy, nappy hair. Look at your language: it NEEDS to be combed, NEEDS to be brushed. Actually, it doesn’t NEED anything other than to be washed.

Mental slavery runs deep. DEEEEP.

bv
bv
6 years ago
Reply to  TT

Any mother that would allow her child to go out in public without being presentable is probably also lacking in the hygiene area. The child doesn’t know any better but the parents should. Just who does she think she is to allow her little girl to look like her hair is never combed? Before you say it, I know it’s her child and she can do whatever she pleases (and I agree). But I don’t agree with how she’s doing it. Period.

shallow
shallow
6 years ago
Reply to  bv

“Any mother that would allow her child to go out in public without being presentable is probably also lacking in the hygiene area.” This is such a harsh assumption. Why are you so quick to assume the worse? Clearly she grooms the child’s hair but I guess it’s not good enough for you. So instead you judge and criticize? People are so mean! Why can’t you just look at it as simply a preference, how some choose to care for their hair vs it being unkept? This child looks very clean and well cared for to me. I’m sure her… Read more »

Pennie
Pennie
6 years ago
Reply to  shallow

@ shallow — What’s wrong with the low maintenance look (as you call it)? Everything. Did you ever try going on a job interview or social event with, “the low maintenance look?” Huh?

Pennie
Pennie
6 years ago
Reply to  the gypsy life

@ the gypsy life, I couldn’t have said it better! I totally agree with you. Some knucklehead likes controversy and seem to have their own issue. You see how they continue to use different personas to exemplify their point. SMH

Long hair don't care
6 years ago
Reply to  the gypsy life

You hit the nail on the head. I don’t think nobody is saying perm her hair but damn make her look presentable.

Long hair don't care
6 years ago
Reply to  the gypsy life

Preach lol my point exactly

Bhamanon
Bhamanon
6 years ago

We don’t see beyonce 24/7, we only see the photos the paparazzi is allowed to take of her and her daughter, so it’s foolish to say whether or not blue’s hair is taken care of or not. How in the world could anyone possibly know what goes on when they are not in the public eye? The only photos I’ve seen is when they seem to be in a hurry, shuffling between flights in the airport, on the move to the next location. So it makes sense that in these situations, the child’s hair may not be up to some… Read more »

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

There have been PLENTY of photos of Blue on the web, and in every single picture, he hair is undone, and not moisturized. This isn’t a one time thing, where her hair is normally moisturized and styled, this is an ongoing situation and it speaks to Beyonce’s laziness or inability to deal w/ Blue’s texture. I honestly do not believe that if this had been any other woman, that folks would not be this defensive. On almost every natural hair blog, you see women spending hours — even an entire day — to detangle, moisturize, and style their hair. We… Read more »

Bhamanon
Bhamanon
6 years ago
Reply to  the gypsy life

I understand your point. My point is that we have no idea what goes on in their private, personal lives, the part we don’t see in photos, so we don’t actually know what beyonce does to her daughter’s hair. Also it is very hard to see from a picture whether someone’s hair is moisturized or not. Just because the hair is not shiny does not mean it is not soft to the touch and well moisturized. I am not a beyonce fan, so that has nothing to do with my earlier comment. I would say the same about anyone that… Read more »

Andrea2
Andrea2
6 years ago
Reply to  Bhamanon

@Bhamanon’s comment: “They don’t care what their hair looks like and just wanna have fun.”

That’s the whole point. We don’t expect the child to care, but the mother should!!!!

Lo
Lo
6 years ago
Reply to  the gypsy life

I’m indifferent to Beyonce, it has nothing to do with her social status I like to play “the opposing advocate” at times only bc I believe in fairness and I do not believe in stating one’s opinion as if it were fact. Now if you “feel, think, believe” this way you are free to do so as I also believe in everyone has their own judgements and opinions as they have that right. You just sound like you are condemning another individual whom has the same free will as you to live how they please.

Naturally Lovely
Naturally Lovely
6 years ago
Reply to  the gypsy life

In defense of Beyonce’s styling skills as a mother, anywhere you go you see little caucasian babies with unkempt curls and knots and going all over the place, it obviously isn’t combed and peopole think the child is cute anyways, you don’t hear criticisms as much and its just how kids are. It’s ok because they are toddlers and they are rough, they are being kids. Constant upkeep of their hair is pointless because they are going to get dirty and mess it up again. Why is it such a requirement, with black women, to have perfectly coiffed hair, even as… Read more »

lauryn
lauryn
6 years ago

I’m tired of hearing the argument that non-Black people or non-celebrities get a pass on this issue. It’s just not true. If I see an unkempt white/black/asian/purple child and a perfectly coifed mom, I think “Well what is going on there??”…

…and then I carry on with my day. I could care less about if it’s the Carters or the purple family two houses down, I can still have an opinion.

Jan
Jan
6 years ago
Reply to  lauryn

If I see an unkempt white/black/asian/purple child and a perfectly coifed mom, I think “Well what is going on there??”…

So true!

Andrea2
Andrea2
6 years ago

“anywhere you go you see little caucasian babies with unkempt curls and knots and going all over the place,..” Yeah, but guess what? You can still run your fingers through it. You can pat it, and it goes right back into place. “Why is it such a requirement, with black women, to have perfectly coiffed hair,..” It’s not a requirement. It’s pride and dignity. “Are you afraid of what others think of you because of your child’s hair..” Damn right I am. My pastor had a talk with me one time. I used to think just like you. He asked me to… Read more »

Jasmine
Jasmine
6 years ago
Reply to  the gypsy life

How do you know her hair isn’t moisturized? Our hair is naturally dry and can even appear to be dry when its really not. Did you reach into your computer and run your fingers through Blue’s hair? Lol.

Leslie
Leslie
6 years ago
Reply to  Jasmine

I have a feeling this website is being taking over by immature morons with no home training at all.

Maisha
Maisha
6 years ago
Reply to  the gypsy life

And so what? Let them do them. You do you. When I don’t wanna comb my hair its really none of anyone’s business.

Leslie
Leslie
6 years ago
Reply to  Maisha

When you go into the public you make it everyone’s business.

choice
choice
6 years ago
Reply to  the gypsy life

I am indifferent towards Beyonce, so it has nothing to do with who Blue’s mother is. That is not the point!! I will defend any parent who chooses to care for their child’s hair in this fashion. As long as the hair is clean and healthy that is all that matters. I don’t care what Beyonce will or will not do to her own hair. She is in a totally different space from her child. Due to the nature of kinky/afro textured hair some hair types need more time and effort in grooming than others to achieve a sleek and neat… Read more »

reese
reese
6 years ago
Reply to  the gypsy life

I agree with you gypsylife…the childs hair looked dry when it should have at least had some “grease and water” on it- I’m just kidding some water and olive oil. Our parents would have “neva” let us out the house like that. I’m a huge fan of B but she needed to get checked about the baby’s hair. Especially since she has so many assistants and her own stylist. When you have a baby girl, hair is a priority- such a priority that Jay should know how to care for it as well. I agree with your opinion- stay strong! 🙂

choice
choice
6 years ago
Reply to  reese

Just because some of our parents and or grandparents made sure that our hair was thoroughly and painfully combed out and styled neatly does not make it better or worse, its just what they felt was acceptable, it’s what they liked! Just simply a preference. If the mothers of today choose the simple, low manipulation, carefree bohemian type of look then let them be. Let people have their preferences as long as the scalp and hair are clean and healthy. Beyonce and anyone else who chooses to care for their child’s hair in this way does not need to be… Read more »

Rudy
Rudy
6 years ago
Reply to  reese

Who honestly cares what someone else does to their child’s hair? I think you people are nuts and stupid to the extreme, what kind of low-life even bothers to make that sort of comment. Blue’s not being neglected, her hair is not matted. Get professional help, so innocent people don’t have to hear your demented nonsense.

cacey
cacey
6 years ago
Reply to  the gypsy life

how can you say her hair is not moisturized? if my hair were moisturized it wouldn’t look much different from how it does when it isn’t. i’m pretty sure blue ivy’s hair is similar, that you can’t tell just from looking at it, especially when considering that afro hair has a tendency to quickly dry out when worn loose. i know my hair is definitely like that. i think blue ivy’s hair is beautiful, looks great, and is very well cared for. at least SHE has edges, unlike the majority of these black girls i see running around here with… Read more »

Long hair don't care
6 years ago
Reply to  cacey

In all the pics on the internet none of them is playing in. B supposed to be a diva what happened to her diva in training. It’s not cool to look good and your kids don’t. Hell I was taught to do for your kids before yourself.

Rudy
Rudy
6 years ago
Reply to  the gypsy life

Why chalk it up to laziness? I highly doubt that is the case, Beyoncé loves and cares for that child I’m sure like any mother. Maybe Beyoncé didn’t know what to do with that hair type, as ding ding many black women don’t??? I’m sure Blue’s hair is as groomed as any white child’s, the only reason you have a problem with it is because she is black. gypsy life, you are a typical “black women” and that’s not a good thing.

Long hair don't care
6 years ago
Reply to  Rudy

Last time I checked you don’t know every black woman cuz I def don’t know you. Stop trying to put all black women in a box and educate yourself. Caring about your appearance is not a black woman thang it should be a everyone thang.

Yolanda
Yolanda
6 years ago
Reply to  Rudy

@ Rudy ‑Unless you are actually Beyoncé, you don’t know what the F you are talking about. “Beyoncé loves and cares for that child I’m sure like any mother.” How the heck do you know? stfu. You keep throwing, “white” children in this conversation. Why? No one’s comparing. All they’re saying is Have Your Daughter’s Hair Look Presentable When In Public. I personally don’t want to see a, “Diva” who’s child looks like a, “Scag.” Look at all of the ads for AA kids hair. Do you see any whose hair looks unkept? Absolutely not! You know why? Because it… Read more »

Rhonda
Rhonda
6 years ago
Reply to  Bhamanon

Bhamanon you do have a point but, if the child’s hair was properly taken care of, it wouldn’t look so bad. It might be a little messed up but geez how bad could a 2yo hair get? It simply looks like it hadn’t been combed or even brushed and just left as it was. Age doesn’t matter. And when you’re in the entertainment business, please note that “appearances are everything.” (including your kids).

elodie
elodie
6 years ago

I love this little bun, its adorable. I think its healthier at her age to let her hair “be” because ive seen some crazy tightly-painfully-braids with extension on toodlers in france and nobody say sh.

Kimberly
Kimberly
6 years ago
Reply to  elodie

I don’t think any baby should have weave in their hair. Their hair will grow when ever it grows. I think its crazy for little kids to have weave in their head.

Taylor
Taylor
6 years ago

Too cute. I think it’s cool that Beyonce gives Blue’s hair the freedom to do what it wants. I also don’t think she’s neglecting to care for it as it seems Blue’s hair is growing in quite nicely.

Jasmine
Jasmine
6 years ago

Blue is totes adorbz. When my daughter a lot younger, I never did anything to her hair either. Now she’s 5 and her hair, when stretched, is a little past her toosh.

Jasmine
Jasmine
6 years ago
Reply to  Jasmine

was*

Beverly
Beverly
6 years ago
Reply to  Jasmine

@ Jasmine Yeah, sure — you did nothing. Uh huh. Any swamp land to sell?

Sasha
Sasha
6 years ago

Some people here need help. They think they know everything about that little girl’s hair just because they see her on paparazzis shot. What is wrong with some of you?

Also what is wrong with this website? Yes, she’s cute but cut the obsessive sh*t with Blue Ivy already! I honestly don’t give a damn about her hair. Is there really anyboby here that give a damn about the litlle girl’s hair?

Kimberly
Kimberly
6 years ago
Reply to  Sasha

That right!!!She a baby

naturallyme
naturallyme
6 years ago

While beyonce always has to look paparazzi ready a toddler should not. So if it means sometimes her hair isn’t combed in pictures snapped as the go about their day today lives oh well it should not have to be. And even if it’s never combed she is a baby so who cares. I kinda feel sad she put it in a bun because I wonder if all the people with opinions pressured it. Because no matter how rich you ate no mother wants to see their baby constantly being talked about. I’m not a beyonce fan but dang people… Read more »

Amma Mama
6 years ago

She is so cute.

Yolanda
Yolanda
6 years ago
Reply to  Amma Mama

You would say that. Just look at your mop!

MsKat
MsKat
6 years ago

Blue’s bun is so cute! As I said on another post regarding her hair, she’s a tot, let her be. Babies and little kids don’t keep their hair impeccable through the course of a day, unless it is tightly styled. Most moms lament that their baby’s hair is a mess at some point in any given day. They learn to keep their hands out of it and not to rub their hair on surfaces when they get older and make the connection between tangles and leaving it alone. I remember even as an elementary-age girl, most of us looked a… Read more »

Toni
Toni
6 years ago

Free or in a bun, her hair is appropriate for an active toddler of ANY ethnicity.

Kimberly
Kimberly
6 years ago

I really think is so sad that so many people are talking about this little girl and what her mother does or doesn’t do to her hair. If you want to talk about the mama or the father fine or if you were in your kitchen with a few friends maybe but not for the whole world to see. I think its sad to talk about a baby she is so cute and she is always dressed so nice and clean what more do you want. Oh and you never see her with a nanny she is always with her… Read more »

Long hair don't care
6 years ago
Reply to  Kimberly

I’ve seen pics and she was dressed like a little boy and her hair was still like that so if you gone tell it then tell the truth.

Michelle
Michelle
6 years ago

I think Blue’s hair looks unkempt most of time. I don’t think much has to be done to it. I think a water bottle, some oil and just B’s fingers can keep it groomed at the length it is.:)

knowles
knowles
6 years ago

shit if I was Beyonce I would leave blues hair in its coily kinky perfect fro. I really dont think Beyonce was thinking about the press when she put blues hair in a top knot. Beyonce does care what blogsites say about Blue and the rest of her family . It pisses me off when other websites and bloggers feel the need to state an opinion. I love Beyonce and her entire family. Im just soo proud of beyonce for never acknowledging the bullshit other blogs say about her and her family. AND Thank You BGLH for acknowledging the beauty… Read more »

nubiahbella
nubiahbella
6 years ago

Can Blackgirllonghair please stop blogging about a child’s hair? Stop the madness!!!! is it a bait article only for clicks??
I find it very disturbing that a little girl’s looks/hair is discussed like she was a grown woman.

dlishus
dlishus
6 years ago
Reply to  nubiahbella

Duh, this website is about hair. It doesn’t matter the age. It’s called freedom of speech.

J
J
6 years ago
Reply to  dlishus

That’s not what freedom of speech is. Freedom if speech is freedom to criticize the government. It is not freedom of grown ass woman to harrass a baby about her hair.

dlishus
dlishus
6 years ago
Reply to  J

Freedom of Speech :the right to express any opinions without censorship or restraint.

Long hair don't care
6 years ago
Reply to  J

Freedom of speech is freedom of speech everybody has a right to their own opinion although you might not like it. It is what it is

Redds
Redds
6 years ago

Everything these days is about appearance and looks. We all have different textures. As long as the baby has love and attention and her tummy is full why subject her to having her hair pulled and twisted or braided…she needs to be free and feel comfy, loving herself as she is without any type of manipulation. It’s sending the wrong message in terms of the image she is expected to exemplify as a child being B’s daughter. B is letting her little girl be a little girl and it’s awesome that she isn’t subjecting her to the perfection she is expected… Read more »

lablooplah
lablooplah
6 years ago

i’m struggling to find why this post is important.

merry
merry
6 years ago

why does this site post stuff on this baby?

sa
sa
6 years ago

The owner of this site is crossing the line now with all these posts about this little baby’s hair. She’s a baby let her be, if you want to constantly dissect someone’s hair let it be an adult who can defend themselves if need be not an innocent child. Anything for “clicks and views” right Leila? SMH

nicole
nicole
6 years ago
Reply to  sa

Whatever do you understand how the internet and marketing and advertising works? Clearly not. I’d rather my clicks and likes go to this page rather than some gossip site. Articles like this generate enough clicks so that the other meaningful articles that don’t have the immediate shock value can be put up here. Please step back and remember that this site is free so if there are a few articles that are clearly click baits so what? Somebody has to pay the rent.

Long hair don't care
6 years ago
Reply to  nicole

Sorry to tell you but this is gossip

lada
lada
6 years ago
Reply to  sa

Idk if you actually read the article but the author wrote “We have always felt Blue Ivy’s little fros were coily and cute! Well, all the complainers can quiet down because Beyonce has ‘done something’ with her baby’s hair.”

seriously?
seriously?
6 years ago
Reply to  lada

Exactly! I’m really perplexed at the angry responses to this article — ON A BLACK HAIR WEBSITE AT THAT. There’s nothing wrong with positively reporting on a child’s hair and calling it cute. D*mn.

Sherrie
Sherrie
6 years ago
Reply to  sa

I think they’re really going after Beyoncé for not keeping up her child’s hair. They have no other choice but to mention the baby since her hair is point of topic. They really shouldn’t say nasty things about the baby personally. But speaking about the child’s mother who would allow her child to be seen in public the way she had been doing does make people wonder.

tanyfaye
tanyfaye
6 years ago

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tanyfaye
tanyfaye
6 years ago

I actually LIKE the fact she wasn’t doing her hair. Apparently when I was a baby, if anyone even looooked at my hair I would scream in pain! Lol

You think with all the money and stylists she has, she didn’t know what she was doing??

Also if the child had much looser textured hair… NOBODY would’ve said it was unkempt or uncombed

*sigh* I thought the natural hair community had made more progress than this…

Nickie
Nickie
6 years ago
Reply to  tanyfaye

“I actually LIKE the fact she wasn’t doing her hair.” Yeah I bet you did. “You think with all the money and stylists she has, she didn’t know what she was doing??” Yes, but she was only doing for herself and not her kid. “Also if the child had much looser textured hair… NOBODY would’ve said it was unkempt or uncombed” You’re right. Because it would have looked more presentable. You can’t simply do something because someone else can. You have to make sure it’s right for you. ” *sigh* I thought the natural hair community had made more progress than this…” I did too, but… Read more »

wow
wow
6 years ago
Reply to  Nickie

@Nickie A commenter wrote: “Also if the child had much looser textured hair… NOBODY would’ve said it was unkempt or uncombed” You stated: “You’re right. Because it would have looked more presentable. You can’t simply do something because someone else can. You have to make sure it’s right for you.” Afro hair types that are incredibly curly/frizzy/kinky/coily especially around the edges and nape area may sometimes need more than just a brush, comb, moisturizer, oil or conditioner to make them look sleek. The hair can be well moisturized and de-tangled but the nature of our hair is to coil up on… Read more »

Kellie King Scott
Kellie King Scott
6 years ago

Good Grief!!! We all know that child is well taken care of. Can we report on some real issues like, homelessness, joblessness, the price of gas and milk. Her hair is natural and that’s the was it grows out of her head. Unkempt or not Blue Ivy is doing better than me and I comb my hair everyday.

seriously?
seriously?
6 years ago

We all know that child is well taken care of. Can we report on some real issues like, homelessness, joblessness, the price of gas and milk.”

—> You cannot be serious right now??? The name of the website is BLACKGIRLLONGHAIR. Furthermore the site has ALWAYS uplifted this child and her hair and defended her hair styles so what are you complaining about???? People on the Internet love to make issues out of issues for no reason. Relax.

n
n
6 years ago
Reply to  seriously?

You must be one of the site mediators posing as a regular commentator.

A
A
6 years ago
Reply to  n

I know right!

Nickie
Nickie
6 years ago

We all know that child is well taken care of.”

I don’t know that. How do you? It surely didn’t look like it for a long, long time.

Ebonydoll1973
6 years ago

SMH. For months after this baby was born, her parents did not allow their baby to be publicly photographed. The public complained and complained “WE WANNA SEE THE BABY.….WE WANNA SEE THE BABY”. o.K. B&J succumbed to the requests of the public and allowed their baby girl to be photographed. Well, What happens. Criticism to the nine. “HOW COME SHE’S THIS.….WHY ISN’T SHE THAT? Blue is perfectly healthy, beautiful, playful, loved, famous and rich. But unhappy people will always have something negative to say about everything positive. sad sad adult grown folks picking on a innocent baby. pathetic.

Jordan
Jordan
6 years ago
Reply to  Ebonydoll1973

*begins slow clap for this comment*

iluvedges
iluvedges
6 years ago
Reply to  Ebonydoll1973

I’m waiting for lil North West to start getting the attention…her parents LOVE the media

Debbie
Debbie
6 years ago
Reply to  iluvedges

Yeah but I can guarantee that North West’s hair will not be unkempt or looking wild.

Candy23
Candy23
6 years ago
Reply to  Debbie

IKR! Why is it that B is always fashion conscious (especially about her hair), yet she let her own baby walk around looking like a child whose mother doesn’t know how to care for her hair. Yes she’s just a baby, but that doesn’t mean that she should look like an uncared for child. I bet B’s hair didn’t look like that when she was growing up. If you have any evidence of that not being so, post the pic here. Thanks!

Rudy
Rudy
6 years ago
Reply to  Candy23

Candy23 (aka Debby) you must either be illiterate or a troll. Pathetic! Get a life! Innocent people are reading these blog go damage your hair instead and get alopecia from your weaves.

Candy23
Candy23
6 years ago
Reply to  Candy23

Who the heck is aka Debby? Innocent? We’re all born in sin so who’s innocent? I am a Caucasian and I am proud of it!!!!! My hair is to my ass and I would never subject myself to wearing fake hair (or weaves as you call it). I am proud of what I am. Can you say the same thing. Oh, and BTW — karma!

Rudy
Rudy
6 years ago
Reply to  Candy23

Oh, you’re white. Your batshit ignorant comment makes more sense now! That’s how a black child’s hair is supposed to look if it hasn’t had the life pulled out of it. I guess a mother who rips through a screaming toddlers head causing tears and headachs just so she can look “cute” or whatever rather then let her be herself is so much more caring. (sarcasm) Not that I don’t think Blue and her hair aren’t cute. Now you may be confused, but that’s because most black women are too busy caring about appearance and usually don’t let their children… Read more »

Melanie
Melanie
6 years ago
Reply to  Candy23

I’m Caucasian also and my hair is just below my waist and still growing fast. I never cut my ends because it only makes it shorter. I never wore wigs or weaves or anything like that because I was told that wigs suffocate your scalp & it can’t get the oxygen it needs. I would never wear a weave because it puts too much strain on the hair & scalp and causes alopecia areata (balding). None of my friends or family wear fake hair. Also, because that hair belonged to someone else Ugggghhhh! People who were either dead or alive.… Read more »

Casey
Casey
6 years ago
Reply to  Candy23

@ Melanie, I’m both African American and White. My hair is about 2″ above my waist. I agree with you about not cutting your hair. I have the worst split ends but my hair just keeps growing right along. Uneven but it’s growing lol. When it grows just past my desired length I’m going to cut it even — not before. My mom’s also a beautician and she said that trimming and cutting ends are a big money-making business so I know what you’re saying is a fact. But I do understand why some ladies wear weaves and wigs. I… Read more »

Ari
Ari
6 years ago
Reply to  Candy23

Melanie’s & Casey’s comments do not apply to this thread at all…they are like a non sequitur rants. I get the whole not wearing weaves thing but this was about people having a problem with a child wearing her hair poofy all the time…there are many weave threads on this site.

Also for Candy…BLH has a pic of Beyonce as a baby. Her hair wasn’t as coily as Blue’s but it’s not a tightly pulled back either.
[img]https://bglh-marketplace.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/beyonce-as-a-baby‑2.jpg[/img]

TellItLikeItIs
TellItLikeItIs
6 years ago
Reply to  Ebonydoll1973

There was nothing wrong with the public wanting to see the child. It’s that way for most new parents. Just how do you know why they decided to allow their child to be seen? It was inevitable unless the child was invisible. And with the paparazzi, it was bound to happen. How do you know that the child is perfectly healthy? Are you her doctor or better yet, her parents? We all have a right to our opinion, just as you do. Being a child of celebrities doesn’t make things any different as far as appearance goes. A spade is… Read more »

Sophie
Sophie
6 years ago

All right. I’m just going to post this then I’m not clicking on Blue Ivy articles anymore! I’m tired of you posting so much about a baby’s hair. This is a great site that I visit whenever I’m just chilling with the computer, but the Blue Ivy articles are cheap click bait because they aren’t even about how to take care of curly kids, just baiting people to argue over whether her hair looks “done”. If this is what the site is devolving into I can get my info elsewhere.

Leticia
Leticia
6 years ago
Reply to  Sophie

Beyoncé’s hair as a child didn’t look coily or puffy at all. In fact, it’s looks very fine, silky and thick. So it was really presentable to wear it out. So there’s really no comparison as there’s a big difference in the way her child’s hair looked. Everybody can’t wear their hair the same way and expect it to look just as good as someone else’s. Obviously someone thought they should do “something with it” or they would have left it alone (media or not). If they did it for the media, then what kind of parents are they? Maybe… Read more »

Jacky
Jacky
6 years ago

Adorable! and she is so cute and well dressed, i love seeing her pictures but i also love her hair no matter what hairstyle she is currently wearing, be it a fro, bun etc. Thanks BGLH for posting this. There are a lot of people who, for some strange reason, don’t like seeing her and her hair but I’m not one of them.

jo
jo
6 years ago

Aww she is so adorable in that fur jacket

lilly
lilly
6 years ago

I think that posting about Beyonce’s daughter’s hair over and over is so pointless. Why are we discussing her daughter’s hair? Of all the issues this world has going on especially within the black community why is the subject even important? The black community should focus on relevant matters and stop focusing upon the most unimportant issues as to how another black chooses to wear their hair. This is the main reason black women go to the gym and that is to help their freaking hair grow not for their overall health. Blacks have such a long way to go!… Read more »

Keya
Keya
6 years ago
Reply to  lilly

Why Comment if you’re so tired. Ignore it and move to the next news clip. People have a right to their opinion whatever it might be. Get over it and move on.

Gina
Gina
6 years ago
Reply to  Keya

That’s right. Everyone has a right to their own opinion. If you don’t like it, then disagree and move on hehe.

Linda
Linda
6 years ago
Reply to  lilly

Uh in case you haven’t noticed.…this is a hair site. I go to the gym when I get a chance to and it has nothing to do with hair growth. Maybe some people might, but I don’t. I never even thought about it.

Pennie
Pennie
6 years ago
Reply to  lilly

If you don’t find this topic interesting, then why are you on this site and commenting?

Ivie9ja
Ivie9ja
6 years ago

It’s a hair site the post is about hair I really think everybody who is getting riled up ought to calm down. It’s sad that Beyoncé was told what to do about HER child’s hair but nevertheless when BGLH post about an everyday person no one complains why can’t she post about a celebrities child about a relevant topic which is natural hair??? Black girl long HAIR! If she likes she can post about clogged drains if it’s clogged with natural hair then it’s RELEVANT #hugsandkisses #cantwealljustgetalong #keepcalm

Sue
Sue
6 years ago
Reply to  Ivie9ja

How do you know what Beyoncé was told? Were you there? Maybe she finally woke up. Or maybe she decided to take some time and changes things up. We don’t know.

Twinkle
Twinkle
6 years ago

Who really gives a damn..people should stay out of that childs business

Sue
Sue
6 years ago
Reply to  Twinkle

It happens to be a hair site and I don’t think people are talking about the child’s hair as much as they are talking about hair care in general. The child’s hair just happens to be a target. IMO.

MrsWatson
MrsWatson
6 years ago

I almost died of cuteness overload…I’m loving the bun on her cute little head!

nicole
nicole
6 years ago

HOW dumb can you people be. This childs hair is never unkept believe that…she has tight coils that are NATURALLY DRY.…They are letting it grow out right and not yanking it or loading it with product so that she will have edges and hair when she getting older. Thats why black people kids dont be having hair now they try to do waaaaaaaay to much. Let the kids be kids…their hair will grow and be healthy if you just wash it moisturize itand leave it the hell alone

Keya
Keya
6 years ago
Reply to  nicole

lol, ‘naturally dry’, now that is a new one. There is nothing healthy about hair that is dry. Dry hair equals damage hair that will fall out, believe that.

Rudy
Rudy
6 years ago
Reply to  Keya

Actually natural, healthy afro hair is “NATURALLY DRY”. Where is limp white people’s hair is “NATURALLY OILY”. Do you get it, or do I need to explain it more in depth for your shallow mind?

Melissa
Melissa
6 years ago
Reply to  Rudy

Actually that is so untrue. I am Caucasian and my hair isn’t naturally oily at all. My hair gets very dry if I don’t drink enough water or use moisturizers properly. I think it has a lot to do with the diets. Folks of all races have all types of hair, so please don’t stereotype. You sound young, immature and needs some schooling.

LaShondra
LaShondra
6 years ago
Reply to  nicole

I think you are just upset because your own hair is “naturally dry.” And seeing this type of hair digs into your own backyard and stews up some bad thoughts about yourself. So you are taking the negative comments personally. If you don’t like what you read, then go read something else. You’re not going to change anyone’s views.

TMC toronto meetup march 29th

Black people and their perfect hair issues. babies won’t have perfect hair! let them be babies.
that top knot is cute though 🙂
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Long hair don't care
6 years ago

You sound dumb all black peôple are not the same. Everybody should care about their appearance

nappylove
6 years ago

Blue is so cute.The hair thing is so not important.

soulmama
6 years ago

What is “do something with the hair” besides keeping it clean?? Maybe some of you people who have “fried, died, sewed, glued, and laid to the side” your hair you would have healthier hair or any hair at all. Some of you have really allowed the European community to truly suck you in—it’s pitiful. We as a people have such a long way to go.

Rhonda
Rhonda
6 years ago
Reply to  soulmama

Do something with the hair besides keeping it clean?” What are you? Is that all that you do to your hair? You just clean it and let it sit on your head? Really? Kid or not, hair is hair and it’s to be taken care of. A woman’s hair is her glory — kid or not. It doesn’t have to fried, dyed, sewed, glued, etc. but it does need to be taken care of — more than just keeping it clean. I would not like to see your kids hair if that’s all that you do. Geesh!

shallow
shallow
6 years ago

@Katherine Mae Wow, is this the way your thought process works? Well if I were to think the way that you do, I would assume that all over weight people are just fat, greedy and lazy slobs. And I would always wonder, how in the hell could they leave their homes in such a state? No matter how successful they are, how much of a great person they may be or how well dressed and well groomed they are I will always be disturbed and disgusted by their appearance. I will judge, criticize and ridicule them solely based on their… Read more »

Ari
Ari
6 years ago
Reply to  shallow

I find this article and the responses very funny b/c I have seen parents do exactly what you & Beyonce do in terms of child haircare(my sister included). These parents have been Black and other ethnicities w/ children with very curly hair. They clean and moisturize the hair, detangle it as necessary and let it grow freely. The hair looks healthy and the child looks happy…let it ride. I know with my nephew before her turned 2, if you said “comb” he’d become hysterical. Translation, low manipulation.

Diane
Diane
6 years ago
Reply to  Ari

No the translation is, “discipline. Why do you think the kid hates to get their hair combed? Maybe the person combing it, is too hard on the hair. My Aunt used to comb my cousin’s hair and she would Hate it because my Aunt would pull it, snag it, braid it so tight it looked like she was pulling my cousin’s brains out (ouch!!!!!!) and I could tell that my cousin was in pain. My Aunt combed my hair and it hurt sooooo bad. Not because of the my texture, but because of how rough she was. Hair is fragile… Read more »

Nonie
Nonie
6 years ago
Reply to  shallow

.….…pictures pleez .… need proof then maybe somebody will listen.

Linda
Linda
6 years ago
Reply to  shallow

Low manipulation doesn’t mean NO manipulation. You have to give your hair some attention. Not by simply washing it and letting it go. You must think about environmental factors and protecting the hair. When the hair is simply left alone without any manipulation, it welcomes dust, dirt and other impurities. Hair styles were not only meant for looks, they were also meant for the protection of hair. I’m a Trichologist and have studied hair for over three years.

td
td
6 years ago
Reply to  Linda

I understand what you are saying but my daughter has many classmates that do this. They tend to be mainly boys. They wash their hair 1–2x a week leave in a conditioner/moisturizer detangle with fingers sometimes pick it out with a comb and go. They come to school with big kinky/curly fro’s and they have A LOT of hair! So despite the dust, bugs and lint that their hair attracts, they still seem to have a lot more hair than many women I’ve seen who pride themselves in their super neat, well done hair do’s. And the crazy thing is,… Read more »

Carmen
Carmen
6 years ago
Reply to  td

You know what? After reading your posts I’ve come to the conclusion that you’re actually the troll: a person who sows discord on the Internet by starting arguments or upsetting people. In my own defense, I have never personally given any one a “hard time” about how they wear their hair, nor do I give a shit. I have simply expressed my opinion and that opinion will remain. You don’t know me and you don’t have a clue if I have ever donated to worthy causes. You don’t dictate to me who I should donate to. That’s my prerogative. If… Read more »

Linda
Linda
6 years ago
Reply to  td

I agree with you on that. I noticed that you said, “They wash their hair 1–2x a week leave in a conditioner/moisturizer detangle with fingers sometimes pick it out with a comb and go.” This means that they don’t simply leave the house without fixing their hair. And there is some manipulation involved. That’s good.

td
td
6 years ago
Reply to  Linda

So why is it not possibly the same thing with Blue’s hair. With kinky afro hair like Blue’s if you just add a moisturizer/conditioner and brush it back in a simple bun like seen in this photo, that method is not enough to stretch out the natural kinks and coils that are around the edges and nape area, and so it would appear that minimal or no efforts were made to style her hair but in actually there was. Do you see where I am going with this? Some people prefer to hide, layer with product, comb out, stretch out or… Read more »

Linda
Linda
6 years ago
Reply to  td

I agree with you on that. I noticed that you said, “They wash their hair 1–2x a week leave in a conditioner/moisturizer detangle with fingers sometimes pick it out with a comb and go.” This means that they don’t simply leave the house without fixing their hair. And there is some manipulation involved. That’s good.

Long hair don't care
6 years ago
Reply to  td

Don’t believe you

Keya
Keya
6 years ago

I am just happy to see that her hair is done and not looking dry and all over the place. If anyone has natural hair, you all should know how important it is to keep it maintained and moist; otherwise, it will break off.

Gina
Gina
6 years ago
Reply to  Keya

Amen to that!!

Ruby
Ruby
6 years ago
Reply to  Keya

You sound ignorant and deluded. Maybe you’re just a weave wearing troll? Troll either way. GTFO

Alicia
Alicia
6 years ago
Reply to  Ruby

@Keya, I agree with you all the way. I have natural hair and it’s very important to keep hair moisturized and in place no matter how old you are.

, you must have nappy looking hair and don’t know how to take care of it or you have kids and don’t take care of theirs. Otherwise, why so defensive?

Rudy
Rudy
6 years ago
Reply to  Alicia

LOL. Sorry but you’re a retarded black women too, Alicia. I can’t comment in a rational manner to such rubbish!

Alicia
Alicia
6 years ago
Reply to  Alicia

I’m done. Taking my daughter to a birthday party tomorrow. I’ll definitely be fixing her hair (as always) to look presentable. Don’t want to offend anyone, and most importantly, I’m teaching my daughter etiquette at an early age. Her hair is half-way to her waist as I take very good proper care of it and IT SHOWS. I’m VERY proud of the way she looks and she’s very happy!

NinaJ
NinaJ
6 years ago
Reply to  Alicia

That’s nice 2 hear. I have twin girls & always take good care of their hair. If U don’t then U can’t expect it to grow healthy. Their hair is almost to their waist but they have a few inches to go. Ever since they were born I always kept their hair either brushed neatly or combed into a little style. When it’s very short you can only do so much with it, but you can still do something besides just let it sit on top of their head. If I just leave it alone & loose, the hair will… Read more »

Rudy
Rudy
6 years ago
Reply to  Alicia

How could someone be offended by someone’s natural hair? That you even have this thought process shows what an insecure, racist individual you really are! Placing so much importance on appearance on such a young child is pitiful. Isn’t pride a deadly sin??? I can understand putting a bow your kids hair or dressing her up cute, but that’s nothing to take pride in??? I’m really confused by your demented thought process? Funny thing is, most black women I know think like this and have $1000 weaves and putting perms in their one year olds head. How about spending that… Read more »

Rudy
Rudy
6 years ago
Reply to  Alicia

How could someone be offended by someone’s natural hair? You are one of those people who flip the hell out over an afro! That you even have this thought process shows what an insecure and racist person you really are. Putting so much importance on appearance on such a young child??? Pitiful. I can understand putting a bow in your kids hair or dressing in cute clothes, but taking pride in that??? Isn’t pride a deadly sin??? Funny thing is most black women I know put this much importance on appearance and are spending $1000 on hair weaves and perms… Read more »

Alicia
Alicia
6 years ago
Reply to  Alicia

Since you seem to be lacking in the common sense area, let me break it down for you to where hopefully you can understand. When I said that I didn’t want to offend anyone (not that I need to explain, but you’re hopeless) I meant just that. If someone came to my daughter’s party looking unkept, I’d be insulted and offended. “Do unto others.….” I am not one of those people who will spend a fortune on fake hair, because it’s not my preference. I would never put chemicals in my daughter’s hair either but I make sure that her… Read more »

rudy
rudy
6 years ago
Reply to  Alicia

Lol alicia you are stupid sorry. Get a life znd worry about more important thingss. I woild explain to you why but you are either a troll and al ready know better or you are deluded to th e point of no reason. You are a nut job and I will pray for you. You said you were mixed well you def take after your black side in your vehememcy towards this matter. White women I know are much more well rounded in their thinking so its the black in you.

Sincere
Sincere
6 years ago
Reply to  Alicia

@Rudy at first when I was reading your comment I was like oh that makes sense but then tou started talking aboit black people being stuipid and stuff now if you white or black or and race you need to slow your roll because your actually being the rasict BITCH here.….

mesha
mesha
6 years ago
Reply to  Alicia

I am very proud of Beyonce, Jay Z and the grooming of THEIR daughter’s hair..Most two year olds’ hair is broken off and damaged from chemical processing…but her hair is natural and carefree…the way a two-year old should be!! Love n live life.…

Gina
Gina
6 years ago
Reply to  Ruby

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@Ruby-Now THIS is one of the ways a baby’s hair should look if natural!! See how it’s properly combed and styled?

loladee
6 years ago
Reply to  Gina

Pretty pic

Kaystar34
Kaystar34
6 years ago
Reply to  Ruby

Stop showing your ignorance, Ruby. That’s what they all expect out of us. Your comments are uncalled for and your attacks against other commenters are, also. Pray your way out of this anger that you are holding. You will feel so much better.

chipsgirl1225
chipsgirl1225
6 years ago
Reply to  Keya

What makes you think her hair is dry and not done? That child’s hair is in its natural state. It looks the same in the top knot! Now its just put in a rubber band. I have four daughters and my youngest wears her hair natural we wash it condition it comb through and it curls back up natural and beautiful! There is noting wrong with that!

Diana
Diana
6 years ago
Reply to  chipsgirl1225

because it looks dry and unkempt we have eyes we can see. Idk I get really upset when I see little black girls with dry unkempt hair. Nobody is saying to relax it or whatever. I love natural hair. But would it kill her parents to place a little moisturizer in her hair and at lease finger comb it even if they leave it open. for the sake of the child’s hair’s health at least i mean jeez

Shelley
Shelley
6 years ago

She is a beautiful baby! LET HER BE ONE!!!

Carol White
Carol White
6 years ago

I’m the oldest of 8 siblings. My mother used to leave my hair the same way Bey left her daughter’s hair. (She was very young and didn’t know how to take care of my hair) and she was more interested in other things besides taking care of my hair. Later, she learned how to take care of my other sisters’ hair and their hair is either long and thick or long and thin. I’m the only one with very kinky, short, slow growing hair. People used to call me beautiful also, but they couldn’t say that about my hair that’s… Read more »

Isabel
Isabel
6 years ago

Hi Carol. You sound a lot me. The same thing happened with my hair as a little girl. My mother didn’t know how to take care of it either and when people would tell her that she needed to do something to it, she would only get mad. But guess who suffered??? Me! She always looked nice and her hair was NEVER out of place. But unfortunately karma hit her. She used to also wear a lot of wigs that suffocated her scalp and weaves that put too much stress on her hair and scalp (you know how tight they… Read more »

Ashley
Ashley
6 years ago

Beyonce is such a style icon why doesn’t she ever comb her baby’s hair???? I love Bey but I’m confused as to why Blue’s hair always looks a hot mess. Thank goodness she finally did something with it.

Nella
Nella
6 years ago
Reply to  Ashley

Take a look at her videos. Does she show any respect for herself? Always half-naked doing suggestive poses. How could she possibly have any self-respect for anyone including her daughter? She seems to think that she can do whatever she wants and the public will simply accept it. Well guess what? Wrong. When I saw her vagina exposed in a video, I lost all respect for her. I can’t expect her to treat her own daughter any different. Apples don’t fall far from the tree. And JZ is a pimp. Their day will come. Just stay tuned.

Monica
Monica
6 years ago
Reply to  Ashley

I totally was thinking the same thing last night , she’s was never out it in a rubber band or pigtails n her hair is long! I wish I could’ve gotten my hands on her hair sooner, I’d at least put coconut oil on it to moisturize it. But now it looks more presentable.

George
George
6 years ago
Reply to  Ashley

I was wondering the same thing.

Mica210
Mica210
6 years ago
Reply to  Ashley

Hey Ashley! This about sums it up:

Kelly Rowland — “Beyoncé Is A Slob”

http://www.tmz.com/videos/0_uxaalzwk/

BeBe kiid
BeBe kiid
6 years ago

Im a mixed (half black half white) woman with curly hair both my girls are mixed with black all of our hair is differently curled but never in their life have I let them leave the house without at least some leave in conditioner and a head band or SOMETHING

Carmen
Carmen
6 years ago

“her hair is EXACTLY the way God made her hair. ” ——-> Oh really? Say that the next time that you go out to dinner, work or in public. Don’t wear any makeup, jewelry, accessories and most importantly — don’t comb your hair. After all, that’s the way God made you. Embrace it. Just leave it the way God made it. .… No one’s talking about her hair structure. It’s about how it looks in public. This is not about, “a black child’s NATURAL hair.” It’s about how the child’s parents don’t fix the child hair when in public. Do you see… Read more »

Rudy
Rudy
6 years ago

WOW. Troll alert. It’s very obvious the same person left all of those nasty, stupid comments! Mind your own damn business, how about that??? It shows how pathetic you truly are to be so concerned over trivial things such as a baby’s natural hair. GET A LIFE!

Rudy
Rudy
6 years ago
Reply to  Rudy

Some one must be highly insecure about their own natural black hair, leaving all these nasty comments harassing a 1 year old black baby’s natural hair. I will pray for them, I will pray that they will get the mental help they need so.

Carmen
Carmen
6 years ago
Reply to  Rudy

Are you a retard or just an habitual liar? Why can’t you get it through your head that you must change with the times or get left behind. If someone states their opinion and disagrees with yours, so what? It looks to me like you’re the insecure one because you seem to be the only one taking all of this personal. I think you have some skeletons in your own closet and every time you hear stuff like this, it reminds you of your own faults. You can talk all day long and look ignorant, but you’ll never change an… Read more »

rudy
rudy
6 years ago
Reply to  Carmen

Lol what the hell are you even talking about. Im just irritated at trolls like you who give black or mixed women a hard time because they choose to wear their afro textured hair, instead of drenching their hair in this or that. Or in this case a baby wearimg her natural hair without a style in. No one normal really cares, only scum of the earth like you. Why dont you go help those starving babys in africa instead of whining about a babys hair not being kept how you want it. Why domt you wake up or shut… Read more »

Truth.com
Truth.com
6 years ago

Honestly,
to me there was absolutely nothing wrong with that baby’s hair before. I actually think the topknot is pulling at that baby’s ends.

I liked the wild look all she needs is some hair accessories..cute lil bows and things and then everybody would be trying to do their child’s hair like Bey’s baby (and I am not a big Bey fan, but seriously, people really do focus on the oddest things)

I’m a little low key offended just by the title of this post.. that poor baby.

Andre
Andre
6 years ago

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Andre
Andre
6 years ago

I can see both sides of this issue. I’ve always had thick, fairly long hair all my life, but I do hav a relaxer. My daughter’s hair is natural like Beyonce’s daughter’s hair, and it can be a chore to deal with. I tried just keeping it braided and in twists, but it eventually started breaking. Leaving the hair alone can be very damaging. I will not put a relaxer in her hair, but i hav started getting it pressed more often in a salon & surprisingly, it’s healthier & longer. I kno what Beyonce is doing–trying to just let… Read more »

Adnil
Adnil
6 years ago

Praise the Lord!! I’m soo thankful that she finally did something with Little Blue’s hair!! We didn’t want her to perm it, or put any heat or chemicals on it, we just wanted her to keep it neat!! Thank You sooo much!!!

Dimitri
Dimitri
6 years ago
Reply to  Adnil

I am too.

Char
Char
6 years ago

Why do you all make the assumption that her hair is not ‘done’, because it lacks the braids, twists, or cornrows that we’ve been accustomed to seeing on children, because it doesn’t have the bows, beads, or other bells and whistles? Blue Ivy’s hair is ‘done’ in my opinion. Blue Ivy’s hair appears to be the equivalent of a natural’s wash and go or something similar. I wonder if we would make these same assumptions if Blue Ivy had type 1, 2 or maybe even 3 hair (which is seen mostly in our white/hispanic/other counterparts. We have to rid ourselves… Read more »

Mica210
Mica210
6 years ago
Reply to  Char

Stop lying! Her own friend and working buddy confirms:

Kelly Rowland — “Beyoncé Is A Slob”

http://www.tmz.com/videos/0_uxaalzwk/

So all of you idiots defending her because (you’re really defending yourselves) FOH!

Charlinda
Charlinda
6 years ago
Reply to  Mica210

Mica210,

First off, you vaguely said stop lying! I’m lost…there is nothing to lie about. I’m stating my opinion on the matter.

Second off, how is defending Beyonce defending myself? I don’t have a daughter. As a matter of fact, if I did, I would probably let her wear a number of hairstyles, including rockin’ the “Blue Ivy style”, and even briads, cornrows, twists, bows…why not? To me all of these styles are “done”.

Donna
Donna
6 years ago
Reply to  Char

Yeah, sure you would.

Diane Nichols
Diane Nichols
6 years ago

I actually love the carters family and I think that what ever you are happy with , is fine too me because everybody knows damn well you can pay for whatever whenever so therefore…do you and keep getting them checks lol Blue told yall remind them niggasz!

Nicole
Nicole
6 years ago

Best if people do what makes them happy or suits them in their own lives and mind their own darn business as to how other people conduct things in theirs. Keep the judgement calls to themselves. If Beyonce chooses to let her child’s hair be what appears unkempt, ugly, disorganized, lazy etc etc to others, that’s her business. Black folks, especially black women, have hair issues and I guess that will never change. The way folks come down on Gabby Douglas and this little baby says everything that needs to be said. Lots of wash and go’s look very chaotic… Read more »

Zaza
Zaza
6 years ago

To all these people whining about how Ivy’s hair is dry and unkempt, what planet are you from? Firstly my own hair is dry naturally, I can put all the coconut oil and water in the world on it but it will still only last till the end of the day when I spritz again before bed. In terms of unkempt, like for real? If you have natural hair that is in the 4s, your hair will always have an element of the unknown — i.e. you do a style and in a couple of hours it’s morphed into something… Read more »

Donna
Donna
6 years ago
Reply to  Zaza

Yes, it’s true about 4s, but that’s because some people haven’t learned HOW to care for their hair. Once you tackle that, there is no problem. With all of the money they’re ‘supposed’ to have you would think there would be no problem in that area. Her hair doesn’t have to be rubbing on her clothes to be fully protected. Have you ever heard of lice, etc. The hair needs hair and special care.

JayJay1
JayJay1
6 years ago

“Nappy looking” hair is not a negative thing. All natural hair is nappy looking hair. Our hair in it’s natural state doesn’t shine like straight hair because it’s different. Adding tons of oil to my hair so it can kinda be shiny only gave me bumps on my shoulders and back from clogging up my pores. A sure sign that this was not the thing to do. When we nappy in a negative way, it makes the people who try so hard to keep us in ‘self hating mode’ very happy indeed. So please try to look at this issue… Read more »

serena
serena
6 years ago

My daughter is mixed black and White and I had to learn to do her hair but got used to it. Her hair falls in beautifull curls. I love it and so does everybody in my Country and People here find her extremely beautiful. But despite her beautiful curls I got comments from the black side of the Family. I should braid her hair and put oil. Seemed like anything was better than the natural style. They put wigs and all this fake hair — but in my Country this fake hair is considered ugly — not the natural hair.… Read more »

LaTasha Madison
6 years ago

All u have to so about your baby hair is put hair oil on it and comb it just like you do yours it is just that she took more of Jays gens as for as her hair and it is not as fine as yours.but she is a little girl and she should keep her hair comb all the time. If you don’t have time make time Bee because she would like it better for her Mom to comb her hair than another person.

Noah
Noah
6 years ago

I’m not understanding how q baby’s natural hair that grows out of get head is seen as unkempt. Why does her mom need to comb her? Why is it ‘unacceptable’ for her to wear her natural hair in its raw form. If you want to comb your hair good for you, if you don’t, good for you. I’m tired of hearing people put down the natural hair that grows out of our head and telling us we have to conform to what society thinks is ‘civilized’ and ‘acceptable’. She’s just a baby for God’s sake. She doesn’t need to have… Read more »

Toy
Toy
6 years ago

Disclaimer: I love Blue’s hair texture and that she rocks a fro BUT… I feel that if you’re going to spend so much on clothes for a child who will grow out of them in a few months (despite how much you make)and you make sure you’re always polished when in the public’s eye, then your child should be as well. If they would have picked Blue’s hair out and given it a shape then it would have been better. But when Bey’s hair is laid and Blue is rocking her “I woke up like this” bed head, it does seem… Read more »

Syd
Syd
6 years ago
Reply to  Toy

she’s a baby for crying out loud.…

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