Frost may be known for her snazzy fashions and her crisp makeup, but her ever-changing wig game is apparently what sticks out to fans the most.
Over the weekend, the 36-year-old mother of two took to her Instagram feed with a video of herself showcasing her braiding pattern underneath her wig.
“OK, my braid-down is complete,” Frost said in the clip as she turned around to the camera. “She braids down so I can wear a middle part or side part, depending on how I wanna do it.”
She then took her ombre wig and slid it on over her braids, blending it with pieces of her real hair that were left out.
“Boom! She is on and poppin… Diamond Dynasty virgin hair,” she said, adding her caption, “Check my wig game 😜😜 .”
Frost’s post received over 1.5 million views and over 3,700 comments from fans.
“Yassss. Braid game strong 💯 Rasheeda out here saving edges!”
“Shoutout to all my black women! Ya’ll so creative with ya’ll looks and hair!”
“The braid down is everything🙌🏾 U know u always coming thru wit a look ! ❤️.”
“Rasheeda coming through with the hair tips! So do you just take it off at night or sleep in it? How long do you wear it at one time?”
“Dang it looks like a weave and so natural? 😮👌🏾🔥 her hair always look good.”
Other folks were confused as to why she wears extensions instead of her naturally long hair.
“I’m confused you got beautiful hair you dont need a wig that’s dumb🤦🏿♂️.”
“My Black sisters 💙❤️ y’all need to be natural just my opinion rasheeda your hair good length to be wearing wigs.”
Speaking of the “Boss Chick,” she’s back to making boss moves and is slated to open a restaurant on Peters Street in Atlanta’s downtown-adjacent Castleberry Hill neighborhood, according to What Now Atlanta. The Frost Restaurant & Bar is apparently set to open around early June.
The new business venture will add to a list of her other companies, such as Pressed Cosmetics and her Pressed clothing boutique store. She originally launched the clothing store online in 2011, but decided to open a storefront a few years later to be able to get close and personal with her customers.
The “LHHATL” star admitted that owning a business sometimes can be stressful, but for the most part it’s rewarding, especially when she gets to help empower other women.
“We do whatever we can do to help women and keep them strong and focused.”