Who started this trashy hairstyle?

With the baby hair glued to the forehead. It looks terrible. Everyone who has this is guaranteed to have an ebonics accent and at least five baby daddys. Everyone is going to look back on this hood rat style with cringe, like the mullet but way worse. Black ppl in the 00s looked way better.

22 thoughts on “Who started this trashy hairstyle?

    • Anonymous says:

      This and it’s not even close. Be grateful to OP that they willingly wear a filter like that. Matter of fact, it should be a law to brand niggs in ghettos like that. Could start something like "it’s a heritage and you should be proud of it" and start filtering more like that.

        • Anonymous says:

          >this indie r&b singer that only perma-online white hipsters listen to is the reason why black women style their baby hairs, something they’ve been doing for literally decades before twigs was even born
          don’t be such a stupid sis

          • Anonymous says:

            *yawn* you just want something to criticize black people over. You’re not actually interested in knowing anything about the hairstyle.

            Women gelling down their baby hairs have been a thing for as long as I can remember, since at least the late 80s. Much more popular with black women, but occasionally I’ll see the odd white woman with the style and sometimes it makes its way onto the runway or editorial shoots. And yeah FKA twigs did kind of "bring it back" as in being the only celebrity with it, it didn’t really go anywhere for normal not famous people.

            Twigs may not have been the most prominent celebrity to do it in recent years, but all the more popular ones to do it were aping her, so ultimately its current popularity originates with her

          • Anonymous says:

            nah I said she was the most prominent, just that it’s been a style since forever so she didn’t necessarily popularize it among (black) women. Not many celebrities have worn it, and not anywhere near as consistent. It’s the reason I found her work actually, her early photos with her doing interesting things with her baby hair made me look up her music.

    • Anonymous says:

      *yawn* you just want something to criticize black people over. You’re not actually interested in knowing anything about the hairstyle.

      Women gelling down their baby hairs have been a thing for as long as I can remember, since at least the late 80s. Much more popular with black women, but occasionally I’ll see the odd white woman with the style and sometimes it makes its way onto the runway or editorial shoots. And yeah FKA twigs did kind of "bring it back" as in being the only celebrity with it, it didn’t really go anywhere for normal not famous people.

      • Anonymous says:

        the flapper in her heyday was considered every bit as loose and trashy as the young women you’re b***hing about right now, sperg.

      • Anonymous says:

        it looks every bit as bad. looks like she dunked her head in a barrel of olive oil

        https://i.imgur.com/HUe7Wtl.jpg

        the flapper in her heyday was considered every bit as loose and trashy as the young women you’re b***hing about right now, sperg.

        i like this one tho

      • Anonymous says:

        dude be hecking for real her shit look crusty as heck

        OPs pic at least look moisturized. this is just how black women style their hair, it not a hecking trend or anything

  1. Anonymous says:

    My ex gf was a mulatta who used to lay her baby hairs like that. I didn’t know much about it at the time but thought it looked pretty good. Looking back now it’s not that nice but I wouldn’t say it’s trashy. Now when she used to attach a hundred different hecking weaves and extensions to her head and cook them all under straightening or curling iron heat so that they stank like burning plastic… that’s a whole different story and probably one of the most unattractive things about black women in general

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