Michelle Obama Sports Her Natural Hair While on France Vacation with Family

Michelle Obama let her hair down and frizzy during a family vacation in France. The former first lady was photographed looking stunning in her unstyled hair while on a dinner date with her husband.

The Obamas are currently on vacation and Michelle Obama was evidently relaxed when she was spotted wearing her natural hair.


In the last two weeks, Michelle and her husband, Barack Obama along with their daughters, Malia and Sasha have been spending time in France for some R&R. This week, they were sighted in Avignon in the Provence region. 

On Father’s Day, the girls splurged for Barrack at Michelin-star restaurant La Mirande, capping a day of sight-seeing at the Palais de Papes, the biggest gothic palace in the world built by the popes in the 1300s.  The following day, Malia and the former first lady toured a vineyard. Photos of their excursion were on The Daily Mail


While the family is on a breather following the high school graduation of their youngest, Sasha, the press has been following them around snapping away as many photos as they can. One particular photo drew attention on Twitter for the simple fact that Michelle’s hair was naturally styled. 

Often pictured with blown-out tresses, the first lady looked equally stunning fashioning her frizzy locks. The image of her blasted by Hollywood Life was grainy but according to publications she was on a date night with her husband when it was taken. 


This is not the first time Michelle decided to keep the styling of her hair to a minimum. In fact, she appeared on the December cover of Essence magazine looking glorious with her natural curls.


Michelle has never been afraid to bare herself to the world and that includes sharing her life’s secrets. In fact, many of them were featured in her best-selling memoir, “Becoming,” which hit the bookshelves last year. The 55-year-old has been busy promoting the book since then and it certainly paid off. In March, predictions were high that her first body of work an author was destined to be the highest grossing autobiography ever.