#BlackHairChallenge celebrates the magic of black hair goes viral

Box braids, afros and Bantu knots are just a few ways African-Americans style their coif, and Twitter is celebrating the magic of black hair with the #BlackHairChallenge.

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It began when one tweep asked people to share up to four photos of themselves rocking different ‘dos using the hashtag.

Pretty soon, users began chiming in, posting a slew of images to show off just how versatile their hair can be. And the trend just wasn’t for the ladies. A few guys chimed in, too.

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There was no shortage of looks. From curly cues and straight tresses to buzz cuts and dreadlocks, the variety was endless. 

Take a look at some of the tweets below. 


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