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This post shows different hairstyles of some empire cast and description of the styles. which is your favourite?

1)The lady above. Kelly Rowland as Leah Walker, hairstyle: rough curls middle part. medium length (about 14 or 16 inches), colour: black.

2) Taraji P. Henson as Cookie Lyon hairstyle: sleek side part bob. shoulder length (about 10 or 12 inches). colour: 2 or natural colour (depends on the weave)

3) Grace Gealey as Anika Calhoun  hairstyle: fauxhawk, colour: black

4) Kaitlin Doubleday as Rhonda Lyon  hairstyle: middle part long hair. colour: blonde ( if you want to get a weave like that then the length should be about 18 to 20 inches.)

5) Ta'Rhonda Jones as Porsha Taylor hairstyle: mohawk haircolour: black and blue

6) Serayah McNeill as Tiana Brown   hairstyle: middle part kinky curls. length: about 18,16,14 and 12 because it is in layers. colour: 2

7) AzMarie Livingston as Chicken  hairstyle: quiff cut,  colour: black

8)Jamila Velazquez as Laura Calleros  hairstyle: side part spiral curls, colour: brown

9) Naomi Campbell as Camilla Marks Whiteman  hairstyle: clipped back fringe style, colour: brown


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