Beyoncé Shows Off Her Real Hair as Her Mother Tina Knowles Praises Her for Being 'Au Naturale'

In the clip shared by Tina Knowles, Beyoncé can be heard calling her mom "annoying" for making a big deal out of long tresses


Over the years, Beyoncé has become known for her many hairstyles. Whether it be wigs, weaves or box braids, the singer, 37, is always switching it up, leaving many to wonder about the state of her natural tresses.

On Wednesday, Beyoncé’s mom Tina Knowles-Lawson put the mystery to rest by sharing an Instagram video of her daughter’s real hair.

“I was trimming my baby’s hair today and I am mocking Neal! Getting on her nerves! Being really annoying,” Lawson, 65, captioned the post.

In the clip, Lawson can be seen combing through Beyoncé’s dark brown and blonde-highlighted hair, which reaches down to her waist.

“Au naturale darling,” Lawson says in a deep voice.

“Mama that’s really annoying… I mean very annoying,” Beyoncé responds, interrupting her mom.

Lawson then repeats the phrase, prompting Beyoncé to cut her off again saying, “Mama…”

Lawson’s post has since been deleted but Beyoncé’s hairdresser Neal Farinah shared the video on his Instagram.

Before removing the video from her account, Lawson’s post was flooded with comments praising Beyoncé for having “hair goals.”

“Beys hair is long like her money, lol. LENGTH BABY! LENGTH!!!!” one fan wrote.

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“The inches!” another user commented.

“Drop the hair care routine 😭😭😭” a different fan asked.

This isn’t the first time Lawson has shown off Beyoncé’s natural length.

Back in 2017, Lawson shared a photo of Beyoncé wearing a sleek ponytail.

“INCHES!!!! So happy my baby’s hair grew back !! She is going to get me 😩,” Lawson captioned the post.

These days, Beyoncé’s mane isn’t the only thing that has fans freaking out.

Fans got the first sneak peek to “Can You Feel the Love Tonight” with Donald Glover from their upcoming The Lion King live-action adaptation, which hits theaters July 19.

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