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Kat Graham’s Natural Hair Beauty Routine | Beauty Secrets | Vogue

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From holy grail hair oils to freckle-enhancing blush and long-lasting foundation; Kat Graham opens up about her go-to beauty regimen.

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  1. Vogue

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    1. Young Queen Cole

      I was literally just saying to my husband that there are no girls like me in the shows I watch . They are always bi racial with Beautiful curly hair . It’s hard to keep watching these shows I can’t relate to

  2. maria !!

    Kat was incredibly disrespected on the vampire diaries. I literally just heard some things that made me so upset that I didn’t even notice before, that’s why I’m here. The fact that they made her wear a wig infuriates me honestly. If she wanted to show her natural hair, they should have let her. Kat’s natural hair is just as gorgeous as she is.

  3. Emma Follett-Botha

    My ignorance is showing… I had no idea that her hair on TVD wasn’t her own. I almost cried with her when she got emotional about never being able to show the hair she was born with.

    1. Emma Follett-Botha

      @Layla Layla I’ve had to do a lot of unlearning about this too, as in the past I always asked my POC friends why they didn’t always wear their hair natural because I thought it looked so much more beautiful. A black friend once told me “Yeah, it’s easy for you to sit there and tell me I should wear my hair “natural”, but you have no idea what goes into maintaining it. You can just wash and go.” I never commented on a black woman’s hair after that. I also observed that when my black friends have finally been brave enough to start wearing their hair natural, by then it had already been damaged so badly after years of trying to get it straight. The irony.

    2. Layla Layla

      @Bianca Culpo Even if you did not focus on her hair it’s a huge part of who she is and the fact that she had to keep not covered up and altered is something women with straight hair will never understand so her feelings are valid because everyone deserves to be who they are NATURALLY and accepted for it not treated like an animal because their hair texture is different

    3. Layla Layla

      That is the experience of most black and biracial women especially type 4 hair which is more kinky. It’s so rejected by the media yet so beautiful so it’s an emotional journey of acceptance as opposed to straight hair which is accepted and promoted. Thank you for understanding unlike these “what about me” trolls on here

    4. Welcome to the Now

      Unfortunately, that’s how it is with a lot of ppl with coarse and curly hair. I’m just going to be blunt and say it…some white ppl don’t like our hair, and they have made our beautiful coils unacceptable and made to look like it’s a bad thing. Our hair is beautiful and has so much versatility. Our hair grows to the sun, while straighter hair textures grow towards the ground. They always nitpick over everything we do as a culture, but it’s acceptable when white ppl get surgery to have fuller lips, higher cheek bones like us, wider hips and skin tans to brown their skin to match our natural melanin. It’s just how it is. Oddly enough, in the Bible, Jesus had the exact same features with wool like textured hair and bronzed skin.

    1. adriauna08

      The Vampire diaries producers never let her wear her natural hair. 95% of the time they made her wear wigs.

      There’s a whole video on the racism she faced with the producers and a couple of the cast mates. Not all cast mates but a couple did crazy micro aggressions and blatant races gestures for her black and Jewish heritage

  4. Ava Nicole

    when she said “i hope one day i can play a character that i actually look like” that made me so sad. she is so naturally beautiful! she doesn’t deserve to have to change for others, especially something that she can’t control. i love her hair so much. she deserves so much better.

    1. Sunny Quan

      @r0bz I said I believe never said shut up maaaan you don’t know nothing you need to chill also do you judge white woman for dying or curling or straightening their hair or wearing contacts? And don’t give me the they have natural hair blah blah blah the difference is they have never been oppressed into changing their features to fit in

  5. supriya zende

    She cried over hair, this is why diversity is important to be showcased on tv and social media, and celebrated. So that lil girls grow up beleiveing that theyre not ugly but beautiful.❤

    1. Sierra Haynes

      Yup! There’s been scientific experiments on this. When little black girls are given a choice between a white doll and a black doll, they almost always choose the white doll saying that it’s pretty while the black doll is dirty and ugly. It’s messed up!

    1. April Pinkelton

      I didn’t know how or what to use on my baby. So I researched. Her Dad didn’t either!! He put products that were too heavy in her hair. Lol, I was like babe this ain’t it!!! But a trip to a real hair store will get you right. My inlaws couldn’t help either. Although my baby wasn’t their first biracial baby she was the first with the texture she had. She has very loose curls. She has beautiful hair, a mix of 3B and 3C. We use hair milk, coconut oil, tea tree oil, etc. Each product is for different looks, different times of day, etc. We love mixed chics. We loved diva curl but postponed using that product when the claims of hair loss Nd breakage came out. We never experienced that but I didn’t want to take any chances. My beautiful girl loves to wear her hair down and free. I had to tell certain family members to mind their own hair because they felt like I needed to make her wear it back in ponytails and braids constantly. No, not my side my husband’s side. Even my husband would say pull her hair back or braid it. She loves her curls and I adore them! I love taking care of both my daughter’s hair. They have long vicious hair. Wish I could insert pics of their hair here.

    2. kayla d

      @Mow13When white parents with mixed race children don’t know how to handle our hair, they would resort to chopping it completely off (against the child’s will) JUST because they were too lazy to learn how to properly care for and nurture their hair. Those kind of “parents” commonly only have mixed children because they fetishize them and there’s no way to prove otherwise because of a mother/father really cared about their child, they wouldn’t consider it a chore to learn about the differences they may have.

  6. Zerether Havourn

    A lot of biracial women have the same experience especially when the mom is Caucasian but shout out to the beautiful biracial girl who learns to love and embrace and nurture their crown.

    1. Fatima

      @A H ok yea we can’t call her completely black but natural is hair a struggle that mixed people and black people have to deal with. Yes most of the time they have a looser curl pattern which makes it easier but if you don’t know how to take care of it, you will struggle. I don’t usually force them into one catagory as well but in this instance, I can

    2. JJ

      Stfu, just because someone might be considered “more privileged” than others doesn’t mean they don’t have there own struggles, don’t belittle someone else’s experiences just because you “feel” like you have it worse.

  7. Emilia

    Why is nobody talking about Kat? Talk about her! She literally just cried in front of camera because of the struggles she’s had with her natural hair, and loving and accepting it. This is her first vid like this and she is the most genuine celebrity I have seen! All of this is so genuine, I came here cuz I saw Kat’s face, but now I have such a deeep respect and love for her.

  8. Nora Peace

    I remember a time when my cousin bleached out her freckles with bleaching cream because she didn’t like how they looked. And now people are painting them on. Moral of the story, love yourself as you are and don’t let the media influence you to what their beauty standards are

    1. Nora Peace

      The first thing I wanna say is that she is gorgeous. And I appreciate her showing empathy and letting herself feel what she thought about that hair product which is completely normal. Because it’s bigger than the product.. it’s her talking about how she was going to be alone for the first time with her hair and that’s what was represented. So it was so amazing and powerful… I Wish more women felt empowered about their hair and knew they can take care of it by themselves

    1. Dani Ferg

      Agreed. I’m not biracial, but living in predominantly white wealthy suburbs was a similar experience regarding embracing my natural beauty without assimilation is completely relatable. She’s gorgeous.

    2. Abby Mamamia

      I’m happy to see all my black sisters standing up for what we believe in and sharing our opinions fearlessly..I love you all, we have to stick together and fight for each other💜..To any other race/ethnicity that was willing to listen and appreciate our responses, thank you for your support💜

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