Alicia Keys’ cute heels got a fan upset for a silly reason

 

As Kenyans love saying ‘nini husumbua watu?’.

American singer Alicia Keys was out here rocking polka dot stiletto heels, minding her business and sipping water.

But a fan won’t let her be great. The fan on Instagram questioned why Alicia in these streets wearing heels that she claims aren’t practical.

Alicia’s caption about the heels is so cute, one wonders what the beef is.

Stand tall 
Hands on hips 
Feel it all 
Chest out 
Shoulders back 
I am me 💜💜💜
Statin’ facts 
I am me 
There’s only one 
Hot girl vibes
Head to the sun ☀️☀️☀️

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Alicia Keys shows off polka dot heels

The follower @naraya_naserian responded in a harsh way

Friendly note: Be honest. Nobody can walk on those heels, let alone run or kick if need be! We can stand tall and be hot girls without’em.  

Here is why Alicia Keys could have been rocking polka dot shoes

Polka dot printed shoes always bring out your joyful side, which we know Alicia to have. Channel a voluptuous pin-up look or a light hearted vibe in one of these cheerful styles.

Alicia Keys has had to defend herself from accusations about her life several times. in a recent Bazaar magazine interview she told the interviewer that

I think women are held to higher standards because we are that much more important to the human race. Women are always going to have to navigate a more difficult space because we occupy so many different levels within it, and that’s how powerful we are.”

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Alicia and husband Swizz Beatz

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Why Instagram will no longer be called Instagram

 

Instagram will now be known as ‘Instagram from Facebook’ as the social media giant moves to take greater ownership of its other brands.

Facebook bought the photo-sharing app in 2012 for around $1billion (£822.4million).

It expanded further by buying messaging service WhatsApp two years later in 2014.

But now the apps will become ‘Instagram from Facebook’ and ‘WhatsApp from Facebook’, according to The Information.

The move is a considerable departure for Facebook, which has previously allowed its subsidiary apps to operate with a degree of independence and without a visible connection to their parent company.

But after the social media platform named its Slack competitor Workplace by Facebook the trend appears to have spread.

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An Instagram influencer’s hair falls out during a livestream beauty tutorial 

 

A teenager was left devastated after her hair started to fall out in clumps as she attempted to relax her locks while filming the process for a livestream beauty tutorial.

Vlogger Lori Faith, 18, from New York, opened up the horrifying experience in a new YouTube video in which she revealed that she had been left completely bald after attempting to chemically relax her own hair at home, while admitting that she was ‘stupid’ for taking such a risk with such a risky procedure.

‘I did something stupid and impulsive because I thought I knew what I was doing but I actually didn’t,’ she stated in the video. 

Lori showed followers how she often dyes her hair a rainbow of colors depending on what she is feeling or her mood.

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In the last three years, her hair has been dyed a rainbow of hues, including yellow, pink and blue.

So it was no surprise when the YouTuber confessed her hair was already damaged from the different chemicals she has used on her locks over the years.

But Lori’s hair took a turn for the worst after she attempted to bleach it last week in order to get rid it of the pink dye that was in it at the time, a process that she also filmed for viewers.

When that attempt to change up her hair color didn’t work, Lori decided to add blue dye into her hair to fix the color, before attempting to chemically relax her locks at home in order to make them look straighter.

She decided to livestream the attempt on her Instagram so other followers would get to see how the process is completed — that was then that disaster struck.

After admitting that she hadn’t had her hair relaxed since ‘she was a kid’, Lori went on to confess that she was ‘f***ing scared’ about the prospect of doing it herself at home, while noting that the chemicals used in the process ‘sting’.  

Lori then started to mix together two formulas that are thought to be both a bleach and a relaxer, thought to be the ORS Olive Oil No-Lye Normal Hair Relaxer, an at-home formula that is intended for use on coarse and resistant hair textures.

The product also states that it contains ‘the nourishing benefits of olive oil’ and does not contain sodium hydroxide (lye), which can be incredibly harmful to the hair.

However, Lori’s decision to apparently combine the product with bleach is likely what caused her hair to begin falling out so quickly; bleach and relaxer both contain chemicals that weaken the hair shaft when used.

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