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Born in Cote d’Ivoire is a beautiful girl with very long locs, but it doesn’t end there, the fashion designer begun making sculptures with her long braids and all of a sudden, she became and internet viral sensation.




The talented African lady, Laetiti will twist and braid her natural hair into various eye capturing images designed around her that will easily make your jaws drop. She has been doing this since 2016, but this year, west African hair artist is about to get international recognized, see the amazing images and pictures. it seems like 2019 might just be the year for her international recognition as we are proud to share this beauty with you.

Prepared to be amazing as we share with you direct images from her instagram below, but before that watch this video of her doing an example of a snowman on her head.

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When i heard that @theellenshow organized a wrapping contest i was soooooo happy and soooo excited. Cause you know I have a big admiration for her, her story, her journey and her kidness… All we have to do for the contest was submit a photo of our beautifully wrapped holiday gift and tell them why we deserve to win. So i did this image especially for the contest and submitted it. Its symbolize a gorilla which offer to ellen a wrapped banana as a gift for holiday for everything she do for them 😊😊! She cares so much about their well being and For those who dont know she even have a foundation to protect them @theellenfund !!! I was proud of my work and bam i discovered after submitting that you can participate if you are only in some countries and ivory coast my country wasnt elligible. I was sooooo disappointed and sad ! But i will post it here to show you. Tag @theellenshow and @theellenfund 😊😊😊😊! #ellen #mostgiftedwrapper #theellenshow

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#bodypositivity #bodypositive #selflove #selfcare #loveyourself Story by @maja_diana I have a story for body positivity too. The thing is, I never struggled with my body, I always liked it. What I never liked were the comments. In relation to my body I have big boobs, wich is not the problem even if I'm not always happy with them. People might think, I should be and even if I am very Ok. with that the most time, it's not always funny. When i was younger (about 14), many people, especially women called me a whore, for just having them. I often got told that I am too slutty and my shirts are too sexy. The thing is, i never wore anything the others don't, just normal shirts, it just looked diffrent on me. People won't belive how many adult (in my case women) assault young teenager girls. When you are 14 and haven't even thought about sex, being a "whore" really confuses. In the other case for the men you're also just boobs, nothing else. It's the only thing they can see. I don't dress nondescript, I don't want to. I can't see why I should dress very careful just because an anybody feels attacked by my body. I wear what I like, and I do what I like, not to impress any men, not to be "sexy" for society. I do it just for me because I want to.

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#Anxiety and #depression. to always have that voice in your head that makes you doubt your choices, your potential, your strength, your ambitions… a voice that only remind you of all the negative points of your life, your failures and your faults. A feeling that makes you forget how beautiful and amazing life can be. Extremely deep, chronic anxiety usually leads to depression. Unfortunately in Africa generally it is an extremely neglected issue. People dont view depression or anxiety as a disease. The victims are considered weak-minded, too """"white"""" in the head. Yet it is something serious that can completely destroy a life. If you are going through a period of depression or anxiety please talk to others about it. Dont stay alone and dont let this disease lie to you. You are stronger, more courageous than this feeling want to make you believe. I talk about it because myself as a pessimist who try to heal, I have been in these last months. I have an untold number of people around me who are concerned too. It's crazy … as if the organization of the current society was established to make depressive people. We have the power to change it. A lot of love, sharing, positivism and listening can help. #ps i had fun doing that piece lol

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#bodypositive #bodypositivity #selflove #loveyourself #tall Today i have 2 stories for you ! Story 1 by @brazzabujadz At my young age I’ve already seen that I was a bit different than other kids. I was the tallest kid. ALL MY LIFE IN ALL COUNTRIES I’ve been, peoples always make comments about my height before anything else and that has always been embarrassing for me. They ask how tall I am before even asking my name, some call me names that lows my self esteem. That’s why I ended up walking with a forward head posture to feel a bit shorter than usual, hated my self so much that I became very anxious, began to dress like boys because I didn’t want people to look me and judge me. I always thought that peoples talk about me in a negative way. I also had problems dating boys because I was too tall. I ended up not loving myself anymore until I started to realize that nobody was perfect. My body is a creation of GOD. I also didn’t realize that some people who compliment me were actually right. To all my tall girls right here, loving yourself FIRST is the most important thing. Who you are is enough 💖 A proud giraffe 🦒😂💖 Story 2 by @leahkinglive One that’s not talked about much is what it’s like being a tall woman. I’m 6feet/182cm, which isn’t as tall as some women I’ve met, but definitely taller than the average man worldwide. I do love it, and have always loved it, but it also means that some people have called me degrading names since childhood, react crazily to me if they feel intimidated, and generally act as though my height is the only thing that’s important about me. It’s sad for them, and just frustrating to me! It’s just a wild journey of loving the body you’re in, isn’t it? Anyway I’d love to see a creative expression of feminine height and/or feminine grandness – it’s ok for us to feel larger than life and capable of taking up tons of space, even if it makes men feel small.

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