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23 African American Prom Hairstyles – Gallery of Black Prom Hair Styles

Bria Murphy Short Black Pixie Cut for Prom

Are you undecided about your prom hairstyle this year? Here at Hairstylesweekly we’re always on the look out for cute hairstyles in Hollywood. Get inspired by these beautiful African American prom hairstyles for black women. We’ve put together some of our favorite African American prom hairstyle pictures for your convenience. Celebrities are always good reference points to start with. You can show up to your prom with a celebrity inspired hairstyle that will make you look like you’ve stepped right off the red carpet.

Gallery of African American Prom Hairstyles

Kiki Palmer Long Sleek Hairstyle with Side Swept Bangs for Prom

Kiki Palmer Long Sleek Hairstyle with Side Swept Bangs for Prom /Tumblr

Keri Hilson Medium Length Black Curly Hairstyle for Prom

Keri Hilson Medium Length Black Curly Hairstyle for Prom

Kimberly Elise Black Updo Hairstyle for Prom

Kimberly Elise Black Updo Hairstyle for Prom /Tumblr

Sanaa Lathan Long Black Curly Hairstyle for Prom

Sanaa Lathan Long Black Curly Hairstyle for Prom

Rutina Wesley Long Black Wavy Hairstyle for Prom 2014

Rutina Wesley Long Black Wavy Hairstyle for Prom

Rihanna Short Curly Hairstyle for Prom 2014

Rihanna Short Curly Hairstyle for Prom /Tumblr

Hope Olaide Wilson Long Black Braided Hairstyle for Prom

Hope Olaide Wilson Long Black Braided Hairstyle for Prom /Pinterest

Gabrielle Union Long Black Hairstyle for Black Women

Gabrielle Union Long Black Hairstyle for Black Women /Tumblr

Gabrielle Union Long Black Curly Hairstyle for Prom

Gabrielle Union Long Black Curly Hairstyle for Prom /Pinterest

Beyonce Long Curly Hairstyle with Side Swept Bangs for Prom

Beyonce Long Curly Hairstyle with Side Swept Bangs for Prom /Pinterest

Anika Noni Rose Low Bun Updo for Prom

Anika Noni Rose Low Bun Updo for Prom

Anika Noni Rose Long Black Hairstyle for Prom

Anika Noni Rose Long Black Hairstyle for Prom

Bria Murphy Short Black Pixie Cut for Prom

Bria Murphy Short Black Pixie Cut for Prom /Pinterest

Black Women Prom Updo Hairstyles

Black Women Prom Updo Hairstyles

African American Prom Updo Ideas

African American Prom Updo Ideas /Flickr

African American Prom Hairstyles 2014

African American Prom Hairstyles

African American Braided Crown Hairstyle for Prom

African American Braided Crown Hairstyle for Prom /Flickr

Zoe Saldana Black Bun Updo for Prom 2014

Zoe Saldana Black Bun Updo for Prom

Tyra Banks Long Curly Hairstyle for Prom

Tyra Banks Long Curly Hairstyle for Prom

African American Ponytail Hairstyles for Prom 2014

African American Ponytail Hairstyles for Prom /Flickr

African American Center Parted Long Straight Hairstyle for Prom

African American Center Parted Long Straight Hairstyle for Prom

Side View of Sanaa Lathan Braided Bun for Prom

Side View of Sanaa Lathan Braided Bun for Prom /Flickr

Side View of Prom Hairstyles for Black Women

Side View of Prom Hairstyles for Black Women

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Timeless Pixie with Blue Surprise!

2 thoughts on “Timeless Pixie with Blue Surprise!”

  1. Echo says:

    I find that in this instance, I can generalise as it happens so much. I find in workplaces, the older, stern looking, overweight 5o somethings will purposley set out to gang up on pretty, young, slim new starters. They dress it up as the newly qualified nurse as “thinking she is something” or “she needs pulling down a peg or two” when really it is jealousy. why do you think this is so very common? I doubt I will ever be like that in 20 years time

  2. Yoshi says:

    I have these burning questions here. If a mature women keeps up her appearance, but is not 20 anymore, can she still be as appealing as the younger ladies? why do young women seem to be so much more popular?

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