Since our mothers from various ethnic groups braided their natural hair in ways that made them very attractive to men in the past, natural hair is a significant feature of African life.
Aside from wearing wigs, some female celebrities in Ghana choose to keep their hair natural. This gives them a lovely presence and helps to bring the past African life to life.
Here are seven Ghanaian female celebrities who look amazing with their natural hair:
Lydia Forson is an actress, actor, and producer from Ghana. She also sells Kinky Matters, a natural hair pomade that she claims is the key to her hair.
She is one of the few celebrities in Ghana who wears her hair in its natural state.
Vera Hamenoo Kpeda, better known by her stage name Mzvee, is a Ghanaian singer and natural hair advocate. She has a song called "Natural Girl" that discusses how a girl should be natural. With her natural hair, she looks stunning.
Rebecca Akosua Acheampong was born in Ghana. Becca is a Ghanaian singer who prefers to wear her hair natural on occasion.
Yvonne Nelson is a model, an actress, a film maker, and an entrepreneur. She still looks stunning with her natural hair.
Joselyn Dumas is a television host and actress from Ghana. She wears her hair natural on occasion, and she looks stunning with it.
Sister Derby, also known as Deborah Owusu Bonsu, is a Ghanaian singer, TV host, and model.
Aside from the wigs, she looks stunning with her natural hair.
Nisirine Naa Ashorkor Mensah Doku is Naa Ashorkor's real name. She is a Ghanaian actress and media personality. She still looks stunning with her natural hair.
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