10 Perfect Ways How Gabrielle Union Rocks 4C Hair

4c hair looks similar to 4b hair type only it is more tightly coiled. In its raw state (no products added and freshly washed) it does not have a defined curl pattern. Coils have to be defined by either twisting, braiding, or shingling through the strands.

Actress Gabrielle Union is the one who often rocks 4C hair into a perfect situation. So if you’re considering to change your hairstyle for a 4C one, check out these 12 favorite hair looks from Gabrielle Union.

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Union attended a meet and greet at The Salon by InStyle rocking shoulder length 4C curls accompanied with a goddess braid.

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Union sported a pretty pompadour and natural cascading curls to a screening of The Fate Of The Furors.

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We can’t forget the time the actress rocked the ultimate pompadour to the premier of Birth Of A Nation.

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Gabrielle Union

We can’t forget the time the actress rocked the ultimate pompadour to the premier of Birth Of A Nation.

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Union turned heads in this edgy Mohawk at the 7th Annual amfAR Inspiration Gala.

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Union stunned in popping curls at the Berluti Spring/ Summer fashion showing during Paris Fashion Week.

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The actress pulled her strands into a fierce power pony for the 69th Annual Prime Time Emmy Awards

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We love this teased and textured plait spotted on the Being Mary Jane Star at a kickoff Party for New York Fashion Week.

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The hair chameleon fashioned her strands into this curly updo for the Lanvin SS18 runway show in Parris France.

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Gabrielle rocked sleek cornrows gathered into a beautiful bun for the 2017 American Black Film Festival.

This article was originally published on Essence.

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