Kenyan Celebrities Who Make Short Hair Look So Cute (Photos)
By LifeStories | self meida writer
Published 29 days ago - 0 views
The Kenyan socialite and entrepreneur Huddah Monroe never shies from speaking her mind or making her desires known. She is also among the Kenyan celebrities who mostly rocks with her short hair even though at times she wears wigs.
The Kenyan singer, song writer, former fashion model, actress and entrepreneur is among the few ladies who glow in short hair cut. Wahu seems to have mastered the fashion sense especially in the hair section since she rocks her short unique hairstyle.
The Kenyan-Mexican actress is well known for her short hair cut and when she first rocked the red carpet with her hairstyle, many women drew inspiration from her. She was also nominated for several awards for 12 years a slave.
She is a Youtuber and Instagram influencer who is liked by many due to her fashion and most important her unique haircut.
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