Hair Piece: A Film for Nappyheaded People (1984), is an animated satire that unpacks the stereotypes associated with Black hair texture and styles, and the ways in which Black hair is made to be non-normative. In this satirical short that incorporates mixed media and animation, Chenizira critiques the limits of the European beauty standard. She draws attention to the physical pains Black women have endured to straighten their hair, and the emotional pain that comes as a result of the pressure to conform.