- Willow Smith wanted to host a visual representation that helped her face her fears
- The beauty, who suffers from anxiety, faced eight emotions during the whole process and shaved her hair while people watched
- She locked herself in a glass cage and fought off anxiety in the glaring gaze of the public
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American actor Will Smith has always been liberal and free styled when it comes to raising his three kids.
The father of three often explains he lets his kids make their decisions because at the end of the day, they know what is right for them.
Months after her brother shouted from the rooftops that he is dating a fellow male rapper, Willow Smith decided to daringly shave off all her hair.
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Years back, while still young, the Whip My Hair hitmaker made the same bold move and got rid of her mane.
The songstress’s mum Jada Smith captured the whole process on video before sharing it with her Instagram fans.
She then said her baby got rid of all her hair, again.
In the clip, Willow could be seen seated comfortably and smiling as she looked at the barber take off inches of her luscious dreads.
The 19-year-old was holding an immersive art exhibit that saw her locked inside a box.
The visual performance included cutting off her hair while staring at a mirror.
To Willow, this was part of her facing her fears and conquering them one at a time. She hoped to dig deep into eight types of emotions.
The beauty, who suffers from anxiety, wanted to help people like her and teach them that facing their fears sometimes makes them stronger.
Willow shaved her hair off back when she was 12 years old because to her it was an act of rebellion.
The then 12-year-old wanted people to learn it is okay to live their lives by their own rules and do whatever they like whenever they like.
She was done getting attached to things that did not matter and ready to live her life by her rules.
That translated to freedom and the opportunity to be unbothered and happy.
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