Toni Braxton Rocks her Natural Curls for a Dinner Out

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Singer Toni Braxton ditched her weave and rocked her natural curls while dining out Tuesday night in Beverly Hills. So cute! We love the look!

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Black Girl With Long Hair

Black Girl With Long Hair

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.

 

41 thoughts on “Toni Braxton Rocks her Natural Curls for a Dinner Out

  1. She looks beautiful. I think the entertainment industry brainwashes celebs into thinking only straight long hair is acceptable. When she first started out with Baby face her hair was short and very cute. I guess the weaves and wigs let her change it up for Vegas and other shows.

  2. I don’t believe that’s all natural. Her natural hair is very thin due to her illness and and you can see where she’s thinning on her TV show. She looks GOOD but I think there are a few pieces in her hair.

  3. She looks so cute. For some reason this look reminds me of Betty Boop. But I’m not crazy about how this site calls every celeb with more than a slight wave natural. Many curly styles can be the result of texturizers or weaves. I’d rather they say a natural or curly “look” because I don’t believe all the celebs featured on here as rocking natural hair were actually natural.

    • You are so right! It used to be that “natural” meant no change from the texture God gave you, no permanent chemical relaxer and no heat straightening. With so many fake heads of hair from India, China and Brazil on black women, “natural” now means hair growing out of your head even if it is permed or straightened. What a sad commentary indeed!

  4. I agree with some of the comments. Those are not her natural curls. I have seen her hair on the TV show. She has lovely natural hair but the curls are tighter. It looks like maybe they bumped them with a curling iron or maybe did some pin curls or something. Or as somebody said, It could be one of those new short wigs or a few pieces of weave. It is still super cute though.

  5. Baby, since you’ve been gone
    I’ve been hangin’ around here lately
    With my mind messed up
    Jumped in my car tried to clear my mind
    Didn’t help me, I guess I’m all messed up, now baby

  6. She is simply gorgeous. Hair, skin – she doesn’t have to work hard because it’s all beautiful. I hope that she will rock this look often.

  7. Gorgeous as always. Love her!!
    I don’t think those are her natural curls either, but the look is hott!! Her natural curls are also beautiful.

  8. I believe this is some kind of roller or pin curl set on her real hair, but not natural curls. I like it on her, though. And I think Toni looks younger with short hair.

  9. She looks great! However, I’m certain that she is wearing a wig. It actually looks like the “mommy wig” (you can check it out on youtube). By the way, I adore that wig on her, and I own it too :)

    I agree with the above comment and sentiment that suggests that not all celebrities that are touted as natural really are.

    Just like people can have processed hair, and choose to wear weaves and wigs that are textured – people who are natural can wear straight or textured wigs and weaves :)

    It’s a matter of choice, something that has seemingly been attacked in the natural movement at times – but it is nonetheless a choice about how one chooses to wear their hair :)

  10. That is not natural – that is permed hair or a wig. And trying to pass that off as what a black womans natural hair looks like is just really shameful.

    • There are plenty of black women with “looser” textures, type 2, 3 that have larger curls. There is nothing “shameful” about it. Every “black” woman does not have to have 4z hair for it to be “natural.” So CHILL! And this is coming from a 4b/c sister.

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