Designer Edges Are Trending For Everyone – 11 Times Edges Were Just Doing Too Much [Gallery]

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Carmella McCoy

Its better than everyone looking the same.

Nette Young

I used to do this when I was a teenager in 1987!

Rhonda Butler

Oh please I did this way back in the 80’s!! Nothing new

Dee Dee Martin

My mom did this when I was a kid.

Demetrice Thomas

Dat 1st one wasnt bad

Paul Bayley

Rhonda Butler is right, so 80’s ….

Phoenix McGee

I like the first one.

Debbie Rowe

Looks crazy. I can’t understand all these 4c hair types wanting 2a or 3a hair line. Hello!!!!!!

Felicia Thomas

I don’t thing it was all bad. Yes some are crazy looking but that used to be the style.

Johari Kafi

But when yo edges on their last leg this is all you can do w/ them.

LaKaylanette Fox

90s gel heads are back.

Toyatoy Sanders

Better to have busy edges than naked edges! Don’t care what decade it was inspired from.

Tiger Lilly

Ok, when you spelling sh*t out with your hair. Ya doin too much… ? ? ?

Latoya Aaliyah Small

It’s not that serious tho!!

LaShonda Coleman-Dailey

It looks to me like mostly modeling photos… they did those edges exaggerated on purpose to go with the look.

Shayla Kyle Samuel

I’ll pass I hate fabricated baby hair

Natasha Nicole

I’ve said it many times but I’ll say it again. I will never understand the need to fabricate edges. I’ll be seeing girls who comb over half the front of their head talking about the time they spent on their hair…

I’m like you should’ve just stopped @ combing it out & left the vaseline, edge control & whatever the hell else alone, lmao….

Cb Sampson


Raynisha Renee Jackson

I kind 1 &2 but the rest were a hot mess.

Keshia's Daughter
Keshia's Daughter

Its still amusing to me that we [blacks] have been seen as “ghetto” or “hood” still to this day but [our] looks and styles are now considered “high fashion”

Asha Jamia

FKA, is really known today for bringing this Old trend back to light.

Susan Cartwright


Naomie SaintVil

Fka twigs brought them back ?

Mistress of the Mid-Afternoon
Mistress of the Mid-Afternoon

I like 1 and 2. If it were up to me I’d bring baby hairs back into style that way my forehead wouldn’t look so big when I work my bun

Liz RM Saget

What do they like glue it to their foreheads? ???

Marlene Ferguson

Wouldn’t that eventually take the hair out? I remember many did that back in the day, and eventually went bald around the edges.

Jamila Kelly

i think its kinda cute ^_^ . Better than having messy unkempt edges…or no edges to even be able to attempt these looks at all ^^;;;

Markisha Homer

designer? we been laying baby hair since the 80s. STOP IT. as matter of fact since we were babies…

Michelle Gause

Right…All most of this is is finger waves on their foreheads. Ain’t nothing new about any of this accept for the skittles colors. *shrugs* ????

Jackie Berry

UH….NO…..NOT for everyone VERY OUTDATED

LeAnn Perry

I’m waiting for someone to have baby hairs that spell out their name.

Brenda Baltazar


Nicole Leung

One of the recycled trends that I totally hate. Smhhhh ????????????