CARDI B SHOWS OFF BEAUTIFUL NATURAL HAIR WHICH SHE'S 'SUPER PROUD' OFF
Just when we thought we had seen it all regarding Cardi B's creative hair – such as her waist-length, wavy rainbow wig, a trendy blonde bob or a 45-inch straight, neon-pink wig – the star surprises everyone with a terrific all-natural look.
Underneath all the creative wigs is a gorgeous head of natural hair, and Cardi is really feeling it right now.
The rapper shared her reveal on her Instagram Stories. In the snaps, she's wearing a robe and admiring her long, voluminous curls.
"Look at my hair. This is dead-ass my f*cking real hair. Yes! Lemme wash it. Wow, I'm so proud of myself."
In the following video, after Cardi had finished washing her hair, she shows one half of her hair straightened while the other side looks like it has been blow-dried. Cardi embraced and admired her gorgeous long curls, which I think we all do. We all know Cardi B's love for switching up her look with wigs. But we wouldn't blame her if she embraced her natural hair for upcoming public appearances and performances, considering how amazing it looks.
The rapper then also shared a series of tweets and Instagram posts later in March. The first was a screenshot of herself explaining how her ethnic heritage has nothing to do with her texture. This was in response to fans who started commenting that the only reason she has long hair is that she's a Latinx woman. With that, Cardi added photos that showed off the diversity of her 'fro.
She also then revealed in her caption that she will be coming out with a haircare line.
"This year, I will be coming out with a hairline that I been working on at home for my hair and my daughters. However, I think it's time for people to educate themselves on nationality, race and ethnicity.
"Being Hispanic/Latina don't make your hair long, don't make your skin light or don't make your face features slim, specially Latin countries from the Caribbean islands. Dna have something to do with your hair not your nationality but guess what you can always maintain your hair. And one more things not everyone that speaks Spanish is Mexican."