A blowout has Rasheeda Frost looking like a billion bucks. Kirk Frost’s wife took to social media where she debuted her waist-length natural hair, and her supporters have two questions.
First, they want to know her hair routine, and secondly, they are asking her why does she wear so many wigs and weaves when she has all that luscious hair underneath.
One supporter asked the Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta: “Serious question if you could answer please, what is the point in spending tons of money on products to protect your hair and keep it healthy if you Never wear it out naturally, why not just cut it off bald??? Just curious because I have a friend I have known over 10 years and I have NEVER seen her natural hair, what’s the point in keeping your hair???”
Another commenter wondered: “Please tell me how ur hair grew soo long? Are u taking infinity hair pills? Chilling with no makeup on!! That’s when you the prettiest!! Please wear your real hair again !! Those wigs hide your beauty! I hope that you don’t take it wrong!!”
This person complimented Rasheeda’s baby-looking face: “You are naturally pretty! No makeup needed. That hair is growing long. True she looks nothing like her mom wonder what her father looks like. One of the most beautiful women/ who is natural! Many blessings Queen Rasheedah!Love It !! You should do some Youtube tutorials on growing healthy black hair really long.”
This lady decided to explain how protective hairstyles can help hair growth if done properly: “Since when since wearing weave and wigs became essential to hair care? She wears wigs or weaves for style, and there are perks that come with that, but I am pretty sure her hair would be just as beautiful without weaves with proper care. She doesn’t need the wigs, but I get why she wears them. Its called “new growth” under that wig hunty! You wear wigs/weaves because you can get hella creative without damaging your own hair ie short one week, long the next, purple, pink, silver,… without having to bleach your hair.”
Rasheeda has a lot going for her.