Rasheeda Frost blew social media users out the water this week after she switched up her appearance.
The “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” actress decided to revamp her looks and become a red bombshell. She took to Instagram on Sunday and shared a video of the new hair color to her eight million followers. She twirled her hair around on camera while at her Pressed boutique in Atlanta.
Frost wrote, “Go Red Red or go home 😜😜❤️” In her caption and received over 167,000 likes and 400 comments on her post.
“Ouuu I love it! ❤️ that color is blazing 🔥 on you hot mama! Looking good Sheeda”
“That color got me shooketh! I swear she wear just about any hair color. yass sis”
“Yes hunni…Ms Fire Red 🔥 some people can make anything look good feeling this color”
“Yessss please 😍🔥 Rasheeda that red is killing..love your swag my sis stay with the fye lacefronts”
The 37-year-old business owner and television personality has naturally long hair but prefers to wear wigs on different occasions.
She also revealed to fans in November that wearing wigs and weaves was a method to protect and grow her natural hair. The length of her natural mane falls just 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!” Frost exclaimed in a video posted to her social media last November. “Till then ’bout to braid it up back to my wigs!”
Amid season 5 of “LHHATL,” the mother of two declared she was going into the hair and fashion business while trying to figure out her rap career. She eventually took a step back from music in 2016 after opening up her first brick-and-mortar Pressed clothing boutique in 2015. She has yet to create a hair business, although fans have suggested she do so.
In the meantime, Rasheeda Frost is making a name for herself in the fashion industry.
“Being self-confident is the best accessory, I love fashion. I always have,” she 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.”