Blue Ivy’s hair reminded us of Beyonce 2002.
In 2002, Bey made her box office debut in the Austin Powers flick Goldmember, playing Foxxy Cleopatra. The Destiny’s Child songstress paid homage to her role throughout much of 2002, sporting a loose, shoulder-length caramel-colored afro — one of her most memorable hair looks ever.
The same year, she also made an appearance on “The Tonight Show” with Jay Leno. She opted for ultraglamorous, big bouncy curls for the late night show.
She continued to rock the Afro hairstyle during a performance with Destiny’s Child in Zurich, Switzerland.
The then Knowles, opted for loser hairstyles for a few years after. But then in 2007 she showed up to TRL with darker, tighter curls.
Needless to say, the mother of 10-year-old Blue Ivy brought us a full catalog of voluptuous curls. All the while, being cute and owning her cultural roots with style. Noted, never looking dry.
But recently, old tweets of Saucy Santana appeared. The tweets degraded the natural beauty of brown skinned girls. Mainly targeting the fashionistas daughter Blue Ivy Carter.
But when the 10-year-old Grammy winner showed up to the NBA finals with her dad, Jay Z, she shut Saucy down. PERIOD. Blue Ivy’s hair and lip gloss was on point, as always. But this time she really gave use Yonce vibes.
She emulated every time her mom unapologetically rocked her natural curls. Not only did she slay the hair, she represented for brown skin girls around the world. Sporting earing hoops, a black leather jacket, and black pants along with her black t shirt that said, ‘Brown Skin Girls’.
Blue Ivy’s hair and style slayed the entire night while watching shots versus taking them. Plus, she was greeted by Steph Curry.