We do not know whether to laugh or ignore it, but white women trying textures styles has been on the rise on TikTok lately.
Anna tried Bantu Knots, and called them ‘tiny little twist buns’.
Ofcourse the style didnt come out the way she expected and black Twitter shared their collective disaaproval of the name change.
Tiny little twist buns 💀 pic.twitter.com/ytEQ5eJBYu
— starbutterflyy (@ytiliuqnwahs) February 25, 2023
“tiny little twist buns” pic.twitter.com/ytAqShysfK
— JUNO IS DROPPING EVERYTHING FOR LVC (@ROMASLUVR) February 25, 2023
“Tiny little twist buns”
Baby Bantu Knots https://t.co/0qCrzbFaZR pic.twitter.com/KJRzNsjrcg
— 💎 (@kelendria_stan) February 25, 2023
she said "tiny little twist buns". girly pop those are BANTU KNOTS pic.twitter.com/nL8Wg9Qu42
— lalay 🏼 (@picxsso) February 27, 2023
Not “ tiny little twist buns” yeah it’s above me now at this point pic.twitter.com/pEBADnkI2n
— nicky🇭🇹 (@NakkeshaRG) February 25, 2023
“Tiny little twist buns” https://t.co/7eDmh5cMRe pic.twitter.com/JCVv9nmqdH
— FEEyoncé, fat art. (@tro_feeeee) February 25, 2023
Currently there is another woman going viral on tiktok who said she was inspired by a black creator who has a platinum pixie cut with finger waves.
Robinbbald who suffers from alopecia shared with her audience that she wanted to try finger waves on her short hair.
She purchased some Nairobi hair foam and edge control to help her complete the style.
Robin’s content is mostly parodys so we have no idea if this video is simply part of that collection, either way according to her, black women gave her great advice about how to acheive the look.
She created a second video apologizing if she offended anyone:
Replying to @roguewun TAKE 2 #alopecianbeauty #bald #nohairdontcare #nohair #baldbaddie #baldmodel #shavedhead #rockthatbuzz #girlswithshavedheads #buzzcutgirl #buzzcut
robinbbald · Creator – Thank you to the amazing Black women teaching me here in the comments! I’ve learned some things!
We arent complety convinced white women are ignorant about how textured hair styles will look on non-textured hair.
We think they like the views and attention.
What do you think?
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