Comissioned by Polaroid Originals to create a series of choice using the OneStep+ Camera.

Published by i-D

 “My hair represents a traditional, ceremonial experience that reflects my identity and those before me. I think that black woman, regardless of where they are from see their hair as a cultural extension of themselves. The practice, the time, the styles are all small ceremonies.” -Akua

“My hair represents a traditional, ceremonial experience that reflects my identity and those before me. I think that black woman, regardless of where they are from see their hair as a cultural extension of themselves. The practice, the time, the styles are all small ceremonies.” -Akua

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 “My hair represents me being, accepting, and loving myself as I am. I refuse to straighten my hair and hide the natural kinks that I have.” -Chavi

“My hair represents me being, accepting, and loving myself as I am. I refuse to straighten my hair and hide the natural kinks that I have.” -Chavi

 “My hair has always served as a way for me to express my identity and make a statement. I was raised with the idea that as a woman, my hair symbolizes power. I’m trying to have fun with the idea and the many ways my hair can exude that energy.” -Elle

“My hair has always served as a way for me to express my identity and make a statement. I was raised with the idea that as a woman, my hair symbolizes power. I’m trying to have fun with the idea and the many ways my hair can exude that energy.” -Elle

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 “It’s here today, it could be gone tomorrow. It grows like this. Don’t touch it. It’s my crown.” -Christian “I see my hair as a physical extension of my psyche; my antennas of what I put into and take from the world. When I wear my afro or my braids, I am communicating who I am.” -Tajah

“It’s here today, it could be gone tomorrow. It grows like this. Don’t touch it. It’s my crown.” -Christian “I see my hair as a physical extension of my psyche; my antennas of what I put into and take from the world. When I wear my afro or my braids, I am communicating who I am.” -Tajah

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 “My hair is my beauty, ever changing and ever evolving.” -Anzie

“My hair is my beauty, ever changing and ever evolving.” -Anzie

 “My friend says I look like Cruella De Vil so I’m saying that’s my inspo.” -Justin

“My friend says I look like Cruella De Vil so I’m saying that’s my inspo.” -Justin

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 “I approach my hair the same way I approach life in general; I love to experiment, have fun, and not take it too seriously.” -Andie

“I approach my hair the same way I approach life in general; I love to experiment, have fun, and not take it too seriously.” -Andie

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 “When I was younger every night my mom would brush and braid me and my sisters hair. It established a deep love for myself and the ability to recognize the beauty in others. It has also given me pride in being a mix of so many beautiful cultures.” -Dakota

“When I was younger every night my mom would brush and braid me and my sisters hair. It established a deep love for myself and the ability to recognize the beauty in others. It has also given me pride in being a mix of so many beautiful cultures.” -Dakota