"Fashionable hair" used to mean flat, sleek, and stick-straight. But more women—celebrities included—are embracing their natural (read: wavy or curly) texture instead of fighting it. Here, the top looks and how to get them.

Okay, again, I don't get your terms.AnnalynneMcord is cute and so is her hairstyle. But she does NOT have tight curls at all!
Excuse me--"afros" began in the *60s* not 70s. And while there are diferent versions, that "teardrop" shaped one isn't new. That one is cool too, but we did see it in the 70s.