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See Lupita Nyong’o’s Ribboned Hairstyle To New York Fashion Week

Lupita Nyong’o likes experimenting not only with her fashion style, but with her hairstyle as well. The 12 Years A Slave star who has been rocking her natural hair even from her days at Shuga Kenya attended New York Fashion Week (NYFW) in a ribboned hairstyle.

The Star Wars star rocked the bold and flirty hairstyle with kinky curls and red and black bowed ribbons.

The Kenya actress born in Mexico is the cover girl of Vogue Magazine’s October issue where she talked about fame, family, high fashion, as well as her four latest fashion. The 32-year-old star is one of the very few actresses to have featured in just one movie, not even as the main character, and gain the fame, status and awards that many of her Hollywood colleagues can only dream of. Among her several awards was including an Oscar in 2014 for playing the role of Patsey. Her character is a slave in the movie that was directed by black British Steve McQueen. Lupita took the role while still studying at Yale.

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