Rasheeda Frost’s new mink hair is receiving a bit of criticism from fans who prefer she wear her natural hair.
The “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” star has been switching up her hairstyles frequently, and this time she opted for 30-inch jet-black tresses. She was spotted at her Pressed boutique in Atlanta this weekend when a video of her flossing a new hairdo was taken.
In the video, as Frost swayed her waist-length “weave” from side to side while dancing, she yelped, “Hold up. I got them 30 inches honey!”
She added in her Instagram caption, “Just at Pressed slanging my 30 inches mink hair 🤣😂.”
Some fans on the other hand didn’t find the video of her long hairstyle too funny and requested she ditch the wig and wear her natural hair.
“I don’t know why a sister would walk around with that much hair that’s not her own,” one person wrote. “Wear your real hair 💁🏾.”
Another added, “Why so much hair, let’s be real it looks tack to me.”
One fan asked the “Boss Chick” to start wearing her natural hair again, as opposed to a weave.
“Can you please wear your hair natural again, you look so much younger 😍,” said the commenter.
Frost told fans in November that she wears wigs and weaves as a way to protect and grow her natural hair. The length of her natural mane falls below her bra strap, but her hair goal is to achieve waist-length tresses.
“So right now my hair is below my bra strap my goal is waist length give me about 12 months I’ll be there! Till then bout to braid it up back to my wigs!” Frost exclaimed in the video.
During season 5 of “LHHATL,” Frost declared she was going into the hair and fashion business while trying to figure out her rap career. She eventually retired from music in 2016 after opening up her first Pressed boutique storefront in 2015. She has yet to create a hair business, although fans have encouraged her to do.
In the meantime, the mother of two is making her mark in the fashion industry.
“Being self-confident is the best accessory, I love fashion. I always have,” Frost told Her magazine in 2017. “I’m an accessory junkie. If I’m able to create a business out of something that I love, that’s the best thing you can do.”