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Rihanna's Unapologetically Rocking A Mullet & We Stan

The regal Nefertiti strikes again.

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You know, when it comes to Rihanna, I'm not sure there are many words left to characterize the majestic being that she is. In fact, I once read the most accurate praises on her behalf from THE Manolo Blanik, praises that are probably the only way to describe her.

He said:

"She is like a regal Nefertiti. It's in the movement of the neck. She turns and looks at you and you are just done. She's got it. This girl has power. She has something different. I saw her move. You either have that kind of grace, or you don't."

And listen, of all the celebs in all the land and all the world, Robyn is a master at reveling in her own graceful lane, where it's understood that she is the undisputed heavyweight champion of reemerging with a new look. She can make any 'fit fashion, and any hair trendy. So, when she posted a video for Savage x Fenty's Valentine's Day promotion, we couldn't help but [insert Bajan expletive screams here].

I mean...play fair, sis!

Rihanna actually debuted (again) the rockstar look on back in September in a behind-the-scenes teaser video for her second annual Savage x Fenty Vol. 2 fashion show on Amazon Prime Video's YouTube account.

But this isn't the first time that Rih Rih has rocked daring hair for all of us to envy.

There was that one time she went fire-engine red:

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During the Loud era, Rihanna donned red locks, that had us running to our local beauty supply store.

She eventually went with a deeper tone:

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When she brought the Doobie Wrap to mainstream America:

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...and millions of little black girls and women got all their lives.

When she went pixie and exhausted us because we knew we had to do the same:

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But we just dyed it, sis!

Or the red carpet with Fulani braids:

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And when Rih shaved off the sides and opted all-in for "Diamonds" era:

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And who could forget when she debuted the "Umbrella" 'do, changing the scope of bobs forever:

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Rih Rih is currently living her best life and not allowing us to stress her by asking her that infamous question. But in the meantime, since we can never figure out her next move, I guess, it's time to get some mullets, ladies!

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