- A young woman recently headed online to share just how much she's enjoying being bald-headed
- Her inspirational post also includes some fiery hot snaps of herself absolutely rocking the shaved look
- Her many fans and followers absolutely agreed that she looked stunning without hair, many shared compliments with her in the comment section
A beautiful young South African lady has managed to beautifully represent the small percentage of women who decide to rock a bald head. Heading online, @Kimberraxie posted a tweet about just how much she was absolutely enjoying her shaved hair.
Her inspirational and heartwarming post also included not one but three snaps of herself looking absolutely gorgeous in a tiger-print dress, black heels and of course her beautiful shaved head, which she has embraced whole-heartedly.
"Enjoying being bald-headed," she captioned the series of amazing snaps.
The post received just over 3k likes as many people agreed that she looked simply amazing. Many of them also headed to the comment section to share beautiful compliments with her. Read a few of their comments below:
"Baby, you not bald... you fine."
"I'm sorry ma'am, is there any look that you actually don't eat up."
"Ke yona, e dutsi tsii. Keep sure Kokoleo o gafa worse."
"You are such a beautiful queen!!"
"I’m sorry but NOBODY CANT TALK TO YOU ANYHOW sis what??"
"I’m inspired to cut my hair even shorter."
"You so gorgeous Kim."
In more inspiring Briefly.co.za news, years ago spice company Aromat released a series of advertisements about how the spice had the amazing ability to transform anything from drab to fab. A young man recently headed online to share how Aromat had done the same for him.
In a hilarious post, @OscarMagud shared two photos - one of himself as a uniform-wearing child equipped with shorts, knee-high socks and even a cute little briefcase. The second snap is him as a grown man dressed to the nines and funnily enough still equipped with a man-sized briefcase.
"Aromat!!!" he hilariously captioned the snaps.
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Source: Briefly News