– Photos of a beautiful lady has gone viral after she showed off her 4c natural hair on Twitter
– Many applauded her for the effort she invested in maintaining the hair for years
– The lady took her time to respond to the praises she received on the platform from tweeps
A young female model with the handle @siennajori has shown off her natural hair that she has been grooming for years.
In a post on the platform on Tuesday, January 5, the lady said that she really loves her type 4c hair. It should be noted that unlike 4b, her hair texture is more tightly curled, Allure explains.
Wearing gold bangles, she placed her right hand on her left shoulder as she looked with a fine innocent expression.
Tweeps who commented on her hair also shared experiences with theirs and how long it took them to have a fuller texture.
See her post below:
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions her post got below:
“Omg how do you get your hair to grow like that.”
“I don’t know what that number and letter combination means but yes, you do look amazing.”
“Wow so beautiful! I love it. The whole picture is amazing. You are so pretty.”
“Your hair is beautiful. I’d love to run my finger through it and Kiss mark your forehead.”
“This picture made me happy you look so sweet and I love your hair I hope mine gets that long again soon.”
“You look beautiful. Have you ever posted your hair routine before? I also have 4c hair but it won’t grow past a certain length.”
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian lady warmed the hearts of many after sharing photos of herself wearing cornrows she plaited for Christmas.
The lady with the Twitter handle @Upsydaizy28 got people commending her hair after sharing the images with the caption: “Bone straight! Christmas ready.”
“Bone straight! Christmas ready.”
A good number of men that commented on the photos complimented her, saying women don’t have to wear expensive hair before looking beautiful.
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