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    1. NA Lewis Stubbs

      I’m really thinking about this for the summer Brittny! I was close already lol (I.e.) my current profile pic ????

    1. Candace Nelson

      Everyone does not work in corporate America though. People own businesses or work for small companies who care more about people’s abilities than their personal style. Or there are places that celebrate an outgoing and different type of look.

    2. Kayla Shade

      Plenty of corporate offices have a non-conventional work space and embrace their own culture, including colorful outward appearance. Times have changed for a lot of work environments because they’re more talent driven.

    3. Jennifer Nunn

      Kayla Shade unconventional as in jeans, flat. But doubt they will accept Rainbow Brite walking in there.

    4. Angela Mitchell

      Hold on ladies. I understand there are other environments other than corporate. I own my own business and I would still would have a problem with this. However, Note I first said it was pretty. Then I said corporate. Most corporate environments outside of an artistic one wouldn’t allowed this. And we all know, what white women do, we can’t get away with.

    5. Lanice Clark

      But maybe she asked to seriously know where can you work with that hair color?? Hell im curious too. That hair is gorgeous ????

    6. Kimberly Champion

      nowhere! keep it real. dont listen to these folks. rainbow hair is right up there with excessive peircings and face tats. UNEMPLOYED.

    7. Kayla Shade

      My content team has a chick with BLUE mermaid hair. She’s a beast and no one cares about her hair. We actually like it better than when she was purple. I said non-conventional, not unconventional.

    8. Toya Martin

      Actually a person CAN work in corporate America with hair like this. I personally would not dye my hair this way, however most companies no longer have those type of discriminations. Shows what you all know. ????. A hairstyle does NoT define a persons work ethic or personality, however the rude and snobbish comments I’m reading from some of you shows a lot more about YOUR character than her hair does.

    9. Tamarrin Lovie Woods

      I’m pretty sure you can’t be a nurse doctor lawyer or cop with this hair you can’t even work as a cook at a Disney hotel they have standards so yes she is right regardless it doesn’t take away from the beauty of the style

    10. Kimberly Champion

      nobody is attacking nor doubting anyones character or professional expertise based on a hairstyle. youre off topic. we were saying it is not allowed in the corporate work place.

    11. Lanice Clark

      Anyways like I said.. her hair is beautiful and Angela Mitchell im pretty sure you didn’t mean anything by your comment. .

    12. Ann Ross-Burke

      Had 2 corporate job with bright hair. When you have a degree and skills only a fool will not hire you because of hair color. Only jobs like McDonald’s from my experience care

      Personally if I want to do something corporate America isn’t going to stop me from doing so, I live my life because of me. if a job is stopping me from expressing myself I’ll get another. I have a PHD it’s their loss another business will utilize me for my skills

    13. Nicole Priest

      keep word…. white woman….they can get away with that not ppl of color they look down on our names ,our style of dressing, so u know this woukd be unacceptable. however i do like it on her

    14. Toya Martin

      I stand by what I said YES you CAN work in corporate America with hair like this. No it’s not wise to go to the interview this way, however there are SEVERAL Fortune 500, Forbes, S&P, etc companies who do not care about something so minute as a hair color. How do I know? Because I have worked for them before. There are plenty of nurses, doctors, supervisors, & managers who have colored hair. If any of you ACTUALLY did have the jobs that you claim wouldn’t hire her, then you WOULD know that it’s possible. Stop judging, & myob ????

    15. Nisha Carter

      To answer whoever is so curious about Toni and her hair …. I am a BLACK SALON OWNER and the stylist who created this color. Toni works at a daycare OWNED by a BLACK friend/client of mine which is filled with beautiful BLACK, intelligent, WOKE, melinated sister Queens with locs and afros swinging all over the place???? Anymore questions feel free to worry about the corporate job a lot of you don’t have and don’t have rainbow hair to blame it on.

    16. Shea L. Bitting

      #POW Nisha Carter! Absolutely beautiful work. It takes skills and your hands are blessed, keep it up! I love seeing an intelligent black woman handle her business. Oh, and I work in corporate America. I see rainbow hair welcomed on other skin tones, but frowned upon on ours, yet the frown comes from those that share our same melatonin. Shame!

    1. Sue E Roemhild-Daniels

      I understand that, I just wondered why would you wear your hair like that for what type of event or is that just an everyday look it’s very pretty…..

    2. Nisha Carter

      Thank you. Some women use their hair as a way of expression. Something so minuscule such as hair color, something that could fall out tomorrow should not be taken so serious when Trump is our president.

  1. Shea L. Bitting

    I love it! No it isn’t for me, but that doesn’t make it any less gorgeous! ‘We’ see someone with this and are quick to turn our nose up. A white woman wears it and she’s a rocker chick. #YeahISaidIt

    1. Shea L. Bitting

      Hah! Maybe not, but I’ve seen plenty of women claim this same look to be stunning on another site.

  2. Tee Bee

    This a look clean on you bm Monika Davis its hella colors but if its done right it want look to ratchet

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