It’s a fantastic time to be a fan of girls rappers proper now. It appears like each time I am going on social media, I am launched to a brand new artist. On TikTok alone, the variety of girls rappers who’ve had viral hits speaks for itself. A type of rappers is Georgia-born Kali.
You possibly can’t escape listening to snippets of her track “Space Codes” on TikTok (and the total model is even higher), however at the moment I am not centered on her rap expertise. I am presently enamored along with her newest coiffure: a jet-black lace frontal wig with large waves.
Now a jet-black unit with a center half and voluminous curls is not precisely probably the most distinctive fashion. Nonetheless, what makes this one so thrilling is that it is Kali’s first wig and was put in over her 16-year-old locs. She blessed her Instagram followers with not one however two posts exhibiting off her new hair.
The primary put up was a brief clip of the rapper exhibiting off her new set of inches, which had been put in and styled by Atlanta-based hairstylist BeetByDrek. He gave her a center half and massive juicy curls that cascaded in the direction of Kali’s waist, with child hairs that swoop into place on her brow. This unit is the epitome of “what lace” as a result of that hairline appears impeccable.
What makes it even higher was seeing Kali’s enormous smile and pleasure at her new coiffure. And should you’re fearful that her locs might be disappearing anytime quickly, do not. She reassured followers within the feedback that she was making an attempt out a brand new look. “Y’all my locs aren’t going anyplace simply making an attempt one thing new for the primary time,” she wrote on the put up.
Although her voluminous curls had been the primary occasion right here, my eyes had been additionally drawn to the pink on her nails and her eyelashes. Her jelly-pink nails had been an extended sq. form. On the outer corners of her fluttery lash extensions, you may see the tiniest pink accents, nevertheless it’s onerous to make out precisely what they’re. Regardless, I am into them.