Bald, Black & Sexy! Are You Daring Enough To Become A Chocolate Egg? Here Is Some Inspiration From Daala Oruwari

by Nana Tamakloe
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Nigerian TV presenter Daala Oruwari has become the apple to many people’s eyes ever since she threw away her weave in April. But no, she didn’t go natural, instead she took the pure beauty route and shaved it allllllllllll off, every thing. neck hair, fade, side burns, you name it.




There is no explained reason for her choice, except the fact that she has been a surpreme hottie for the past two months. Usually, when women go totally bald after a life time of wearing weaves, in many cases it could be due to the fact that their hairline or hair could be ferociously damaged from relaxer creams. And so going bald or wearing wigs in the best next step to resume their natural growth.

There are many that aspire to be free and be bald, however, the fear they might be deemed as ugly or stared at scares them. That’s why Daala is a perfect motivator. She doesn’t fit into the steriotypical model beauty, yet her pride and flair makes her bald look more than admirable. See her images below.

Orange is the new Black 🌂🌂🌂

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Anyone can be confident with a full head of hair.

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