The United States could have never been noticed without the blacks. On that note, each person should recognize and support the black history month. Blacks are so unique. They are also great inventors.
Below is a list of the topmost moments of black hair:
Halle Berry in 1992
"Halle Berry Cut" developed into an accustomed appeal to Black hair stylists throughout the country. Berry's cropped style acted as her identity look for several following years
Toni Braxton in 1993
Toni Braxton's had a cropped haircut that resulted to more followers and imitations across the country, that is In the early ‘90s, there was an argument on who was the exact originator of fly pixie, between Halle and Tony. That is being debated in hair salons up to date.
The Supremes in 1961
Diana Ross, the iconic Supremes Florence Ballard and Mary Wilson, help out in making nice, fluffy wigs the elaborate choice of hair among teenagers of different races, throughout the globe.
Cicely Tyson in 1964
"In the mid-'60s, actress Cicely Tyson was selected by Oscar as the first Black woman, to put on cornrows on the television.
Angela Davis in 1969
Angela Davis is the political activist that made popular a brand of hair called “larger than life" once she confidently stunned her afro in the '60s.
Pam Grier in 1972
Other than Pam Grier creating herself a name for the iconic characters in Blaxploitation riffle, such as Foxxy Brown, she also did it for her massive, adorable afro. This was in the Seventies.
Chaka Khan in 1975
During the mid-seventies, Chaka Kahn was well recognized for her buckling up hits with Rufus, rocking her lowest pants, flaunting her world's most massive, luxurious gentle afro.
Donna Summer in 1977
Studio 54 had its most fabulous hair of all times called the "Queen of Disco's." the hair was so voluminous and curls.
Madame CJ Walker in 1914
Madame Walker introduced a ground-breaking black hair care link, in 1905. It comprised the first hair relaxer ever, called the "Wonderful Hair Grower," which came to transform how people styled black hair completely.
Patrice Rushen in 1981
Patrice Rushen, the “Forget Me Nots" vocalist, was one of the age's first tress pacesetters. With her large braids and polychromatic hair beads and hair decorations, she stood out pretty.
Saltn Pepa in 1988
Salt and Pepa, are famous rappers, for kick starting the lopsided hairstyle back in the late Eighties.
Janet Jackson in 1993
One of the decade's most stable trends is that era braids on "Poetic Justice" by Janet Jackson.
Brandy in 1995
Until now, braids still trend. Brandy rocked a scene as a smiley-faced teen. It, it took no time for her brandy braids were trending everywhere. Brandy braids became the fashion every teenaged girl desired.
Erykah Badu in 2001
When she appeared to the 2001 Grammys, all the news reporters turned to her. She had a lovely clean-shaven head and tribal fashionable yellow makeup.
Ola Ray & Michael Jackson in 1983
Truth be told, the "Thriller" video came out at a time when Michael Jackson together with Ola Ray's Jheri curls came in a kind of sparkling beauty, no single person can say that they did not crave this hair.
Dorothy Dandridge in1954
Fabulously elegant actress Dorothy Dandridge, put a rose flower beneath her ear. As the hot, energetic chief actress in "Carmen Jones." By that, she popularized how black women style their hair.
Tina Turner in 1984
In her era, Tina Turner's appeared in blonde and wild, in her song "What's Love Got to Do with It" Turner's long strands were in the'80s staple.
Rihanna in 2008
Rihanna's haircut that made her become notable in the R&B industry and become an authentic fashion icon. Her unequal, stylish hair became a game changer, in the history of black hair.
Reflecting on the impacts of the black history month is essential, not only to African Americans but also all Americans. It is also worth noting that the black history month was created by Carter Woodson. Originally, it was referred to as “Negro Week.” Everyone should be able to come out on the special day of the Black History Month and support each other to make it successful.