- A lady has gotten people talking on social media about why women don't need to wear expensive hair to look beautiful
- The lady with the Twitter handle @Upsydaizy28 posted stunning images of herself wearing cornrows she recently plaited ahead of Christmas
- Peole on the social media platform said most men don't care about the expensive hair women wear
A Nigerian lady has 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."
A good number of men who commented on the photos complimented her, saying women don't have to wear expensive hair before looking beautiful.
A tweep with the handle @aladazious wrote:
"This is far more beautiful than those bone straight or ‘human’ hairs. If only they knew!"
"If only you guys know how much this works! I’d like to say that most guys don’t care much about those long hair bulls**t. You look amazing!"
"How can this beauty be real. I still can't believe it."
Another tweep said the cornrows were beautiful, adding that it gives him the opportunity to run his fingers through.
Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a woman gave a kind offer to strangers to not spend Christmas alone. @OnaMahlangu is a young Twitter user with a heart of gold. The young lady shared that she would be having a "young Christmas lunch" on 25 December with her friends in the Pretoria East area.
She extended an invitation to those who would like to join her and her friends given they were unable to be with their own family and friends. She told those who would like to join her to direct message her for more details.
She followed it up with another tweet:
"It’s been such a tough year, nobody should be spending Christmas alone hleng."
In other Christmas-related news, Briefly.co.za reported that Mzansi shared mixed reactions to Christmas Eve. Christmas was just a day away but South Africans didn't seem to have their normal Christmas Eve spirit.
This year has been a tough one for many across the globe and a large majority of people are trying their best to get their Christmas spirit going.
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