There's a saying in Ghanaian language that goes this way, "Obaa enimonyam ne ne tsirnwhin", which means that every woman's glory is her hair. Do you know that most people think that if a grown woman cuts her hair it means she is going through depression? Whether true or not, they have their own understanding.
1. Adina Thembi Ndamse better known by her stage name Adina is a Ghanaian-South African singer, songwriter, actress and sometimes a model. She was born on 3rd October, 1999. She had her senior high school education at the Wesley Girls' High School and then moved to Central University where she obtained a degree in Environmental and Development Studies.
She was the winner of music reality show "Stars of the Future" in 2008. Her music "Too Late" won her two awards – Record of the Year and Best Female Vocalist of the Year at the 2018 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards in Ghana.
Adina is a co-judge of music show "Mentor".
Adina displaying her stunning haircut;
2. Emelia Brobbey
Emelia Brobbey is Ghanaian actress, television presenter and musician. She also holds a Diploma in Journalism, a Bachelor's Degree in Human Resource Management and an ICM certificate in Broadcast Journalism.
She won the Best Indigenous Actress of the Year and was nominated for Best Supporting Actress of the Year at the City People Entertainment Awards in 2016.
Miss EB released her first single " Fa me ko" in 2019. In January 2020, she released her second single "Odo Electric". A remix of "Fa me ko" is out now.
Emelia has her own water company, EB Ice Natural Mineral Water.
She is the host of "Okukuseku" Talk Show and "Emelia's Hour".
Some pictures of Emelia Brobbey with her haircuts;
Between these two beautiful ladies, whose haircut outweighs the other's?
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