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Good “last weekend of the month” morning to y’all! It’s kinda chilly as I’m writing to y’all though, but it don’t matter, as long as I put em smiles on ya faces and give y’all a beautiful weekend. *GRIN*.

Y’all remember a season few months ago when the Nigerian female fashion world and life style went all ballistic on women to rock their natural hair? It’s unforgettable!

Damn! I remember them girls buying all these coconut oil and vinegar and all sorts cause they wanted to maintain(keep) their natural hair. It was quite a time though, at least, we got to see our females as their natural selves and not with all em wigs and all.

During the time, there was the good, the bad and the ugly! To some, it looked good rocking their natural hair, to others… Nah!! I know though, that it’s still kinda trending up till today but I don’t think it’s as massive as it was few months back.

While “normal” females were going on with the trend, our dear celebrities weren’t left out and truth be told, before the trend was set, a few of our female celebrities were already rocking their natural hair and it looked exceptional on them.

Without moi taking much of your wonderful weekend time, how about we go through this quick list YBL compiled of your favourite female celebrities who have actually stepped out with their natural hair and oh! Please tell us which one’s your favourite!

1. Nse Ikpe Etim.

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The stunning actress has a husband like no other, she has betrothed to the man for over two years now and I could gamble that her natural beauty is one of the many things that leaves her man clinging onto her!

The actress came into limelight when she played a role in the 2008 movie, Prominence. She’s also appeared in Nollywood blockbusters like “Mr and Mrs” and “Phone Swap”.

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  1. Always natural, there I nothing wrong with ur complexion as well, U ‘re only giving its desired and prompt maintenance, keep it up! Don’t mind them we guyz are used to d jealous reaction of some ladies when dey see their fellow gender being more celebrated them. They often possessed by demonic spirits of Jealousy and hatred.

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