Joseline Hernandez recently had social media in awe after recently debuting her daughter’s new hairstyle.
Little Bonnie Bella has a new ‘do, and Hernandez is making sure everyone sees it. The former “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” actress took to Instagram on Wednesday with a video of the toddler getting her hair blow-dried and put into a bun, seemingly at a hair salon.
The 32-year-old mother apparently decided to remove her daughter’s braids after months of the little one wearing them. Her caption: “Issa Bella!”
Hernandez’s post of baby Bonnie received over 1,012,109 views and 8,200 comments from fans who gushed over her sleek new ‘do.
“Muy bonito 💕! Thank god u did something to her hair bout time!”
“Yes I love her hair like this 😘 she so beautiful 😍😍 and growing up so fast i love it.’
“Her hair smooth like butta baby 👑👼🏼!! Such a cutie. God bless your baby gal @joseline.”
“I love her little bun! I’m glad you took her plaits out 😘 I’m proud of u Joseline. U are a wonderful mother.”
“I love her bun its to cuteeeeee just like her a real cutie pie and soooooo sweet ❤️.”
For months now, critics have scolded the mother of one for apparently not doing her 2-year-old child’s hair. However, Hernandez has seemingly ignored the negative remarks.
Despite how anyone may feel about the reality star’s parenting style, her becoming a mother has seemingly changed her life for the better. Initially appearing on “LHHATL” in 2012, she gained quite a bad reputation for her explosive and promiscuous behavior.
However, Hernandez says motherhood made her turn over a new leaf.
“Bonnie Bella you’ve changed my life in more ways than you could imagine and you make all of the places in my life that were once incomplete whole again,” she wrote in a now deleted Instagram post.
She also told the Breakfast Club during an interview in 2017 that being a new mom forced her to eliminate a few toxic habits.
“It made me better. When I was pregnant for 37 weeks (8.5 months), that’s a place of stillness; no drugs, no alcohol, no nothing,” she said. “The yoga what I practiced. Pregnancy taught me how more greater I can become. Motherhood changes you; it’s like everything is so clear.”