By Kinky Roots | Oct 16, 2020
If you have swooned over Naomie Harris’s curls in her Moneypenny roles in the 007 movies, then you are like us. Our eyes always move with the way she carries her hair whether it’s with faux locs or the straight bobbed look. James Bond comes second in line, during those times. And we are not sorry!
Naomie’s chic hairstyles are easy to try. You just need the right stuff and mood to style them out to get those heads turning.
Here we go with our pick of three of her famous hairstyles!
Switch up your look with fake locs. Sssh….your secret is safe with us!
These trendy faux locs are low on maintenance and fun to try, opening a whole new way to experiment with new looks, colours, and styles. All whilst protecting your hair.
Queen Naomie recommends it full-on. Check out the crochet Faux Dreads and style them with a mix of leave-in conditioner and water to jazz up its texture.
Another great African hairdo is the classic twist, something that Harris sported during the filming of BBC’s Who Do You Think You Were in July 2019.
It’s a perfect mix of style and authenticity as you can show off your braids with a unique black and gold-blend. The Passion Twist by Darling has the perfect sheen and is heck easy to attach and even more fabulous to flaunt. Get it, try it and have a ball, the next time you’re at a party.
And finally, the bobbed look that Harris often dons for her svelte corporate/action roles as well as gala dos. Curls or straights, use the African Pride Black Castor Miracle Extra Hold Braid, Loc, Twist Gel to correct those locks, tame any stubborn fly-aways for a silky, glossy finish. The mix of Castor and Coconut oils is a bomb combination that provides nourishment and deep conditioning.
Don’t let the internet hold you back from trying this style which can lend that added air to your already amazing personality.
Maybe pair it with a yellow suit? That’s quintessentially Naomi!
Some fantastic ideas in here my ladies!
So, go on, try your favourite Naomie Harris look today. Or maybe bookmark these styles for just now.
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