African Women On Human Hairs Have Low Self Esteem

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Veteran Nollywood actress, Taiwo Ajai-Lycett, has taken a hit against African women who opt for wigs and human hair to make their beauty stand out as having low self esteem.

The thespian in an interview with Vanguard wonders why African women that God blessed with so much endowments are now running after the hair of less endowed women in other races.

Taiwo believes that women who choose wigs and human hair might be influenced by a desire to adopt a Western or foreign appearance, which indicates low self-esteem.

“We have been blessed with the best kind of hair that we can transform into any kind of looks we desire. We have to love ourselves as Africans and appreciate our God-given beauty.”

Highlighting the significance of embracing Africanness, she urged women to appreciate their God-given beauty, asserting that African women are uniquely beautiful in all aspects.

The veteran actress further emphasised on the important role of women in society, emphasizing that nurturing positive relationships with the women in one’s life is essential for personal success and fulfillment.

The National award winning actress’s remark has sparked discussions about cultural identity and beauty standards in Africa.


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