The reality star took to Instagram this week and debuted her lime-green shoulder length bob to fans. She shared a video of herself strutting inside a parking garage at the State Farm Arena in downtown Atlanta while running her hands through her hair.
Frost appeared to be “swagged out” as usual while sporting a black bomber jacket, an oversized Balenciaga T-shirt, a pair of distressed denim jeans, and silver ankle glitter boots with a matching clutch.
“Slime enough?? 😜😜 #greenhair #slime,” Frost wrote in her photo caption as she highlighted her hair.
Fans had a field day over the reality star’s trendy fashions and lime-green mane.
“What’s poppin slime in my *lil Wayne voice*,” one fan wrote. “U can rock any color n make it look go good 💚.”
Another added, “💪🏼 keep on giving it to them Rasheeda, they’re not ready for the swaggy fits!!! LOVVEEEEEE IT slime 💚.”
“You been slimed in 🐍💚! You killin that bob and hair color mama! You style on point too 😍.”
Frost explained to fans a few months ago that she was on a natural hair journey and wears wigs as a protective style. Her hair goal is to achieve waist-length hair within another year, according to an Instagram post she shared with fans in November 2018. She also dished the deets on the main product that’ve helped with her hair growth including mint almond oil from Mielle Organics.
During season 5 of “LHHATL,” Miss Debb, who’s the mother of rapper Waka Flocka, suggested Frost go into the hair and fashion industry while trying to figure out her music career. The star seemingly took her advice and launched two Pressed clothing boutiques in Atlanta and Houston, respectively. Frost has yet to launch a hair business, but fans have encouraged her over the years to do so.
The reality star is currently making her mark in the fashion world and said her love for fashion stemmed from her days as a rapper.
“I’ve always loved clothes — especially starting out originally in hip-hop, “she told Footwear News in 2017. “I think it all just came together — the fashion, the lifestyle and the music. I used to be really into accessories. I always needed the big earrings, the necklaces and the bracelets — I always felt like the accessories just topped my outfit off.”