6 Times Natural Hair Reigned Supreme On Red Carpets (So Far) This Year

6 Times Natural Hair Reigned Supreme On Red Carpets (So Far) This Year

I don't know about y'all, but I still haven't come down from the high of seeing Zendaya's stop-you-in-your-scroll Met Gala fro from earlier this month. I mean, her parrot-grazed Dolce & Gabbana number was stellar, too; but that hair though. I don't care what you say, she tied with Rihanna for best dressed of the night, IMO. 

After soaking in all the glory that night, I started pondering on the increasing occurrence of red carpet natural hair, knock-you-off-your-feet moments. As someone who can barely recall seeing such instances of coil-embracing on red carpets growing up, it's truly refreshing and encouraging. And you'd think that with me having embraced my natural hair for a while now, I wouldn't get as surprised as I do, but it truly never ceases to amaze me. 

So, I'm going to go ahead and leave these instances of beautifully textured red carpet moments for you to gawk at in virtual unison with me: 

Janelle Monet at her first ever SAG Awards

Somebody get me some flower hair pins, stat! 
 

Tracee Ellis Ross at The Golden Globes

I literally just want to be her when I grow up. Also, I'm looking forward to the day when my hair is long enough for me to don such a majestic low pony. 

Solange Knowles at the Grammys

Self-explanatory. 

Halle Berry at the Oscars

 HOLLYWOOD, CA - FEBRUARY 26:  Halle Berry arrives at the 89th Annual Academy Awards at Hollywood & Highland Center on February 26, 2017 in Hollywood, California.  (Photo by Steve Granitz/WireImage)

Mother. (Seriously though, I still don't understand why she got so much negative flack for this hairstyle. I truly loved it.)

Tamera Mowry - Housley at the Daytime Emmy Awards

Adorable levels were high with this one. 

Zendaya at the Met Gala

I meannnnnn. (Inserts screaming emoji multiple times) 

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