The 2015 BET Awards took place yesterday and all of Black royalty came out to play.
From the royals of the music industry like Rihanna, Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown and Kelly Rowland to our favourite Reality TV stars like Joselyn Hernandez, Stevie J & Mimi Fauset and let’s not forget big & small screen Black Hollywood favourites like Morris Chestnut, Jussie Smollet, Tracee Ellis Ross, Gabrielle Union and more – it was a night for the fabulous.
But with all that star power on the red carpet in fashionable pieces, the one thing we loved most was the Hair Game. Yes, these celebs brought it on this red carpet! With some debuting new looks, and other showing off their diverse tresses, we had a hand full of fab manes that we just had to report.
So here’s our version of BN Red Carpet Fab – the Hair Edition. Enjoy!
Anything But Black
Summer is indeed in full swing as some of our faveourite celebs came out in the hottest colours around. From red to grey, Monica, Kareueche and more delivered the colours of the moment on the red carpet.
Of course you can’t have a BET Red carpet without the Naturalistas! Nicole Ari Parker, Janelle Monae and loads of other celebs with Natural hair and braided extensions came out to play. See some of our favourite few.
Is it hot in here?! These ladies put the ‘F’ in Fine with their blonde manes. Amber Rose and Blac Chyna were double trouble, Laverne Cox brought her’s wavy, Lil’ Mama channeled a stone-cold-fox and Eva Marcille showed that even a Teeny Weeny Afro (TWA) can be fierce.
Dark & Sleek
There’s something so sexy about black hair, and these ladies sure know it. From sexy Nicki to hot Kelly Rowland, these dark hues gave blondes a run for their money.
Not the Regular Fella
Of course the fellas aren’t left out. Guys like Jidenna & Chris Brown brought the colour and Bryshere Gray, Wale & David Tlale put a spin on their dark hair. Jidenna could pass for an Igbo guy, no?
We can’t wait to see what our Nigerian celebs rocked. Which group are you feeling?
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