Beyoncé’s Natural Hair: 6 Looks She’s Worn Over the Years

Save for the curly afro that she was wearing when announcing her hair-care line, Cécred, Beyoncé has rarely worn her hair in its natural state while out in public. Though her signature honey-blond color has come to be somewhat of a staple for the star, it has never stopped fans from wondering what Beyoncé’s natural hair is after decades of watching her switch in and out of updos, curls, and short hairstyles with ease.

After giving us a glimpse of her big chop back in 2013, where she opted for a pixie cut, over time, it’s actually been Beyoncé’s go-to hairstylist, Neal Farinah, and her mom slash everyone’s favorite corny-joke comedian, Tina Lawson, who have given fans some behind-the-scenes looks at the singer’s natural hair when she’s not on stage.

Back in 2017, Farinah shared images of Beyoncé’s natural hair in a half-up, half-down style on Instagra ahead of a Sports Illustrated event where she presented Colin Kaepernick with the Muhammad Ali Legacy Award. Captioning the photo, “MOOD,” the singer’s hair was slightly tilted, making it look like the sideway ponytail that was popular in the ’90s. Also in 2017, Lawson, who’s a professional hairstylist, posted a picture of Beyoncé’s natural hair in a low ponytail a few months after she gave birth to twins Rumi and Sir. Like many postpartum parents, the singer likely experienced hair shedding after birth, so Lawson was ecstatic at the growth. “INCHES!!!!” the caption read in part. “So happy my baby’s hair grew back !! She is going to get me.”

While Black women are entitled to wear their hair however they choose, it’s always empowering to see Beyoncé’s natural hair on display and watch the star embrace her coils. We can’t wait to see more of the singer’s natural looks, but in the meantime, take a look at some of our favorites she’s worn over the years.

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