6 Female Celebrities Who Prefer Their Natural Hair To Wigs

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For years wigs and weaves have been the creators of go-to look for celebs looking to change hair from time to time and try out different styles in the very dynamic and ever-evolving entertainment industry in Nigeria. Now, more and more female stars are wearing their natural hair loud and proud and giving fans the courage to embrace their coils, curls and kinks. These barrier-breaking women are solidifying the movement that has inspired many others to embrace their natural locks. Naijassador put out a list of six Nigerian celebrities switching things up and living that natural hair life and we are loving the looks.

1. Adesua Etomi-Wellington

Another screen delight is Adesua Etomi-Wellington who is a multiple talent and a Songstress that has joined the campaign of Going Natural. Adesua shares her hair tips with her followers, including hair tools and tricks to grow healthy naturally. Her beautiful hair is her trademark. and ever since, many female fans have followed in her footsteps.

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2. Chioma Akpotha

Award-winning and multi-talented actress Chioma Akpotha is on a whole new level of natural hair experiments. Whether serving cropped realness, or her head topped with incredibly fluffy twists and plaits, Chioma is never afraid to show her kinks, coils, and curls. She has been brutally honest about her natural hair journey, sharing her thoughts on self-love and self-acceptance. Many are inspired by her and her fearless approach to natural hair.

3. Omoni Oboli

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Veteran actress and filmmaker Omoni Oboli is a natural hair enthusiast whose social media is filled with photos showcasing her gorgeous natural curls in various styles. Omoni is a strong advocate for self-acceptance and has used her platform to promote the beauty of natural hair. Her passion for natural hair is evident in the way she confidently rocks her curls and encourages others to do the same.

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4. Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Renowned author and feminist icon Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie is known for her signature short natural hair. She has often spoken about the importance of embracing one’s natural beauty and has inspired many women to love their natural hair. Chimamanda’s influence extends beyond literature, as she continues to advocate for natural hair and self-acceptance through her public appearances and speeches.

5. Nse Ikpe Etim

Award-winning actress Nse Ikpe Etim is celebrated for her versatility and her love for her natural hair. From short-cropped styles to voluminous twists and braids, she is not afraid to experiment with her natural texture. She has openly discussed her natural hair journey, highlighting the importance of embracing one’s natural beauty. Nse’s fearless approach to natural hair encourages others to celebrate their unique textures.

6. Uche Jombo

Veteran actress and filmmaker Uche Jombo is a natural hair enthusiast whose social media is filled with photos showcasing her gorgeous natural curls in various styles. She is a strong advocate for self-acceptance and has used her platform to promote the beauty of natural hair. Her dedication to natural hair and her bold style choices inspires many to embrace their natural textures with confidence.

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Final Thoughts

These are just a few of the many Nigerian celebrities who are proudly rocking their natural hair. By embracing their coils and curls, they are not only making a fashion statement but also advocating for self-acceptance and the beauty of natural Black hair. Their influence is inspiring a new generation to love their natural hair texture and wear their crowns with confidence. As these celebrities continue to break the mould, they pave the way for others to embrace their natural beauty and redefine what it means to be beautiful in the entertainment industry and beyond.

Written by Sarah Aboje

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