Black Female Supreme Icons

All hail Supreme Queens and Goddesses…
There's nothing worse than getting a loc style that doesn't match your personality or mood. Lucky for you, we are always here to ensure you don't make that mistake.
Our anticipated Supreme Locs have dropped, and before you add the Midnight or Bey Bronde collection to your cart, you need to be absolutely sure you're choosing the style that suits you best. 
You can do so by taking our quiz, which will undoubtedly offer you a personalized recommendation.
However, if you're still in doubt even after taking the quiz, there's no need to panic. As usual, we have highlighted which Supreme Loc collection goes best with what personality.
And the best part…
In our quest to fully embody our #BlackWomenAreTheBlueprint campaign, we have matched every Supreme Loc style with some of our favorite Black female icons. So, if you're all about mirroring Michelle Obama or Lizzo, here's how you can do it through this season's hottest and sophisticated loc style:

The Supreme Midnight Style

Queen, you value the simple pleasures in life. You're unapologetic about having a good time and experiencing life to the fullest. You're elegant and sophisticated, but your mysterious and sultry side keeps people wanting more.
This style best suits the boss ladies, go-getters, hustlers, leaders, basically the alpha female energy – queens who aren't afraid to take what's theirs. Some of the Black Female icons who effortlessly embody this style include:
Tracee Ellis Ross
Daughter of the iconic Diana Ross, a sparkling TV personality, and the stylish Dr. Rainbow Johnson on Black-ish, Tracee Ellis Ross is the epitome of Black beauty and excellence. She gravitates towards wild prints, sultry silhouettes, and sexy couture, and we love seeing her in it.
As CEO of Pattern Beauty, Tracie has been quoted saying, 'Let your clothes be your superhero cape, allowing you to be the best you can be.' – #bossbitchvibes.
Michelle Obama
The former First Lady changed the political fashion game by using her position to champion emerging American designers, support Black-owned businesses, and carve out her lifetime role as a fashion icon.
And much like Jackie Kennedy Onassis, Michelle Obama was responsible for sparking several trends when she resided in the White House, from mixing high-end designers with budget finds to belting anything and everything. If she was in a suit, thigh-high Balenciaga boots, or just a simple dress, best believe she put it together flawlessly.
And this political Queen's headline-making outfits didn't stop after the eight years were up. We all waited expectantly to see what she would rock on every stop of her #Becoming book tour.

The Supreme Bronde Boho Style

Hey Supreme Goddess – you're a cool trendsetter and are always looking for ways to spice it and be different.
The style best suits the fashionistas, women who aren't afraid to step out of their comfort zone – goddesses who are charming, sophisticated, and turn heads wherever they go. Some of the Black female icons who can truly embody this style include:
Adut Akech
Born during a journey to Kakuma refugee camp in Kenya, Adut Akech is today one of the most revered fashionistas in the world and one of TIME's "Most Influential Teens of 2018."
At the tender age of 22, the South Sudanese native is an Estée Lauder global brand ambassador, a front cover star of British Vogue's Black History Month issue, and a runway model for Chanel and Valentino.
And that's not all.
While she might be one of the most in-demand catwalk models with a slew of high-profile campaigns under her belt, Adut is much more than just a supermodel in the making. The global icon also works with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and uses her platform to advocate for refugees.
Pat McGrath
A self-confessed cosmetics nerd and the Queen of American fashion, Pat McGrath is undoubtedly one of the most iconic Black beauty entrepreneurs globally – even Vogue's Anna Wintour proclaimed her 'the most influential makeup artist in the world.'
She is also said to be the first makeup artist to be made a British Dame. Yahp. The Queen herself made her a Member of the Order of the British Empire for her services to the fashion and beauty industry.
For over two decades, Pat McGrath has been conceptualizing and curating beauty looks for various couture shows in London, Milan, and New York for some of the world's most prestigious brands and designers like Alexander McQueen, Bottega Veneta, among others.
She's also transformed the beauty universe – there's literally no beauty trend that doesn't encompass her incomparable mastery and iconoclastic vision.

The Supreme Bey Blonde Bronde Style

This one is simple – you're the life of the party, and everyone knows it!
And there's no other Black Queen that can fully embody this style than the sexy, flirty, fun, and audacious…
I do my hair toss, check my nails, baby how you feelin? Feeling good as hell!
Not only is Lizzo a Supreme Queen and an advocate for body positivity, but she's also one of the most empowering Black Female icons of the 21st Century.
A three-time Grammy Awards-winning singer, songwriter, rapper, flutist, and recently, fashion mogul in the making, Lizzo has become a trailblazer both on and off the red carpet.
She's even proven she's not afraid to test out any trend, whether it's a teeny tiny purse, cutout dress, or Quintini (a combo bikini and face mask) – and have mad fun while doing it!
Now that you know which Supreme Loc style represents you best, are you a Midnight, Bey Bronde, or Bronde Boho Queen? Let us know in the comment section, or hit us up on our social media pages.
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