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Today show's natural hair makeover was terrible.

Don’t try to “make over” Black women’s natural hair. Just don’t.

Today show's natural hair makeover. Not good.

Image Credit: Youtube

A clip from The Today Show’s summer segment “One Minute Summer Hair” has gone viral — for all the wrong reasons.

The video features the show’s hairdresser, Deepica Mutyala, attempting to redesign a black model’s natural hair from “barrel curls” to a “side ponytail.”

She failed. Like, miserably. Like, Never Ever In A Gazillion Years Touch A Black Woman’s Hair Again type of failed.

Related: I’m A Black Woman, I Straighten My Hair, and No, I’m Not Ashamed of My Race

You’re about to witness comedy. All we can say is, black people — especially you, black women — stop letting people do you like this. Please.

Watch below and share your thoughts.

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Posted by Joeline Payton on Wednesday, August 3, 2016

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Antwan is an educator, cultural critic, actor, and writer for Wear Your Voice Mag (WYV), where he focuses on the dynamics of class, race, gender, politics, and pop culture. Prior to joining the team at WYV, he was an adjunct professor in the African American Studies Department at Valdosta State University in southern Georgia, where he taught African American Literature. He has traveled the U.S. and U.K. showcasing a fifty-five minute, one-person play titled Whitewash, which focuses on the state of black men in the post-civil rights era. Antwan received his B.A. in English and Literature from California State University, Dominguez Hills, and M.A. in African American Studies from University of California, Los Angeles. He is a Ronald E. McNair Scholar and NAACP theater nominee.

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