Lisa Bonet Rocks Grey Hair, Side-Shaved Locs

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Lisa Bonet has had locs for a while, but she updated the look by shaving the right side of her head. She’s also kept her natural grey color, which offer a cool contrast to the dark color of the locs. Ladies, what do you think of the look?

Photos courtesy of NecoleBitchie.com

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Leila, founding editor of Black Girl with Long Hair (April 2008), social media and black beauty enthusiast. When I'm not here, I'm moderating a Facebook group for black mothers called Black Moms Connect.

 

263 thoughts on “Lisa Bonet Rocks Grey Hair, Side-Shaved Locs

  1. She still looks incredible, but the reason her career didn’t last longer is obvious: she’s not a very good actress (watching her different world and cosby is painful)

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  2. I think she should have just gone all the way and done the whole thing short and gray. She has the bone structure to carry it off. Far more daring than keeping a weave on one side.

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    • In Hollywood, a woman older than 30 is written off as elderly and washed up. No roles for them! Helen Mirren and one or two others are the exceptions.

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  3. Lisa Bonet could literally be my twin. And she’s not really “oLD” she’s only in her 40’s I believe. She is just getting grayish white hair. My husband’s family get gray hair early in life. My husband has had white hair since age 23. Lisa is still a youngish woman.She’s not a senior yet. lol

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  4. Once a woman has gray hair like this she hsa gone thru Menapause… ie.. You’re no longer of child bearing age. You can see it in her eyes as well.. and makes the Mother of the TV Huxtables (Phylicia Raschad) very much the real Beauty of the family.. This look is not attractive Lisa unless your pushing an AARP Agenda. Anyway, its good to see the seniors in Hollywierd let it all hang out..or in this case “grow out”

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    • Second dumbest post ever! There is no correlation to gray hair and menopause; ZERO! Based on the first two sentences of your comments alone, it is more than obvious that you are not a doctor, or nurse, or other healthcare professional period. Therefore, you are NOT qualified to make a factual and professional opinion (diagnosis). Furthermore, if you actually were a doctor (god forbid), than you’d know that you could not conclusively say (especially by looking at a photograph) if she’s gone through menopause, unless you examined her yourself…

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