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2017 was huge for alternative R&B fans. Our favorite carefree black girl, SZA, recently dropped her new album, CTRL, and it’s everything we’ve ever wanted. The TDE stunner has been under the radar for a few months now, but not only is she back with new music – can we talk about that hair?!
We’ve partnered with the #1 recommended hair extensions brand by over 60,000 stylists, Mayvenn Hair Extensions, to provide the Voice of Hair community with some HAIRSPIRATION on alternative R&B singer SZA!
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SZA has always been a fan of texture, but now she reigns supreme as the hair queen. In honor of her bodacious hair and her new album, let’s take a look back at her best hair looks with a SZA hair tutorial:
This look was one of our first introductions to the glory of SZA’s hair. Here’s what you need to get this look.
We are loving this kinky straight look with bangs. Get her look here.
This look is giving us all the 90’s vibes. Shop her look here.
We adore the full roots! You can achieve this same look by teasing the closure. Get her look here.
Add some flirtiness to your look like SZA with a full side braid. Shop her look here.
Full of whimsy and carefree magic. Get her look here.
Her album cover hair alone slays! Give us all the length! Get her look here.
The all natural rhythms of this look are perfect for lazy girls who don’t have time to blend. Shop her look here.
And of course, she slays the deep wave. Here’s what you need to get her look.
What’s your favorite SZA hairstyle? How do you like her album? Let us know in the comments!
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