Solange’s hair revolution


Songstress and style star Solange Knowles has been the talk of the town since her latest album release powefully titled A Seat At The Table. We round up her best hair moments.

Short hair

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In 2009, Baby Knowles debuted one the freshest looks we’ve seen her in as she chopped off all her tresses to begin her natural hair journey. It’s a pity that not everyone can carry this look but she killed it. The bold hairstyle got her the ambassadorial deal with haircare range Carol’s Daughter.


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I think its safe to say that Solo was and is a pioneer of the rising fro movement, inspiring black women to embrace, enjoy and be proud of their natural strands.

Classic low ponytail

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Queen B’s little sister wore this classic low ponytail featuring a centre parting at the 2015 Met Gala Red Carpet. This was the perfect hairstyle to complement her over-the-top Giles Deacon ensemble.

Structured waves

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This beautiful image is the cover of her critically acclaimed album. Can we discuss the perfectly structured waves held in place by colourful clips? This hairstyle inspired the hashtag #DontTouchMyHair which went viral as soon as the cover image was released.


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She proved herself as a beauty chameleon with the visuals from A Seat At The Table, rocking everything from waves, box braids and edgy buzz cuts. This braided look was one of our favourites –beautiflly embelished with beads and shells. We want!

Pictures: Instagram 

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