Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta star Rasheeda Frost has decided to have some fun and keep her business going while in quarantine because of the coronavirus.
Kirk Frost’s wife opted to post a video where she is doing a tutorial about coloring a wig, and fans could not really focus on what she was saying because they were mesmerized by her flawless skin.
She captioned it: “Time to color my wig!!! Had fun coloring my wig with @creatifcolorclub, they have so many fun colors & it rinses right out check it out!!!”
In a second video, Rasheeda shared a few hair tips with her followers: “Hair tips while sitting home! Stocked up on my favorite @camillerosenaturals hair products from @target since everybody has to stay at home for the next couple of weeks. Thank you @janell_stephens for making these game-changing hair products! #affordableluxury #dontcompromisemyhair.”
Fans rushed in the comment sections of the two videos where they complimented the mother of two: “But let’s talk about your flawless skin, though. I’ve been seeing a lot of you beautiful women without makeup, and I think this is my first time seeing you without it, and you’re naturally gorgeous. You all don’t need it.”
One fan said this: “Omg, you so beautiful with no makeup on. I just want to see what you do with your hair underneath. My hair is so thick that I don’t know what to do with it for the wig to fit right.”
Another commenter explained that she looked like Janet Jackson and added: “Looking like miss Janet Jackson from back in the day on Good Times. Love the color on you. You have the beautiful complexion for any color.. 👏👏👏👏👏.”
In a recent interview, Rasheeda opened up about her marriage to Kirk after his epic cheating scandal and love child.
The businesswoman said: “I think not only has it made me stronger, but it’s also made our foundation stronger. Being on reality television, sometimes you don’t want to share because you’re embarrassed. But on some real sh-t, everybody’s life isn’t what they [pretend] it is on social media. I’ve met so many people who have been through the same thing and then it turns into a testimony. People say, ‘oh my God, you helped me make it through my situation.’ It was hurtful, painful, and it was devastating. But at the end of the day, I feel like that’s what I was supposed to do. We were supposed to live our life transparently. That’s what we signed up for, and that’s what we did.”
Rasheeda is business.