This hashtag was MADE for me #baldandbadchallenge ? pic.twitter.com/iwm95iK5ca
— flem flemington (@flemmoo) November 28, 2016
Every now and again, beauty challenges take over social media. From 100 layers of makeup to #FaceFullofFood, they can be a bit bizarre. But there’s a new one circulating and it has a seriously empowering message.
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#BaldAndBadChallenge is asking women with short hair to post selfies of themselves, promoting the beauty of super-short hair. Think buzzed, pixied and everything in between. Not only is this uber-cool challenge embracing the beauty of these styles, but is also supporting women who cut their hair to these lengths for alopecia, health issues or simply because they like it.
And it’s about time we showcase and celebrate short hair the same way we do long, wavy locks. Not to mention the major hair cut inspiration we’re getting just by following the hashtag. We’re starting to re-think our winter hair.
Keep scrolling, and you can see for yourself.
#baldandbadchallenge HEY MY BALD BEAUTIESSSSSS? pic.twitter.com/bAJlEoew6S
— ChamoisFaith (@le_Kampf) November 29, 2016
Im aware I showed up late to the #baldandbadchallenge….. but I’m here ???? pic.twitter.com/FE8RFVzMY8
— slaughter queen ? (@LILETHABASEDGOD) November 28, 2016
#baldandbadchallenge ❤️ we winning pic.twitter.com/lTikLEoqVH
— privileged (@yopimptay) November 28, 2016
every length is cool, but bald is better. ?? #baldandbadchallenge pic.twitter.com/2Qqh2ltzt9
— Cierra Jaye’ (@MissThrilla) November 28, 2016
#baldandbadchallenge you rang? ✨?? pic.twitter.com/Bjq31xSjU8
— amber rose (@anaalescia) November 27, 2016
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