‘I Don’t Care’- Amber Ray Tells Critics On Her New Hairstyle
Kenyan socialite Faith Makau, also known as Amber Ray, has taken to social media to address the backlash she received following her decision to install artificial dreadlocks.
In a recent video, Amber documented the process of getting the dreadlocks installed, prompting mixed reactions from Kenyans. While some admired the new look, others criticized it, claiming the installation was unprofessional.
Instead of shying away from the negativity, Amber took a bold approach by calling out her critics directly. She dubbed them “Hair police” and even shared their photos, mocking their own hairstyles.
“Surely can you compare that with this? Aje! I love my hair,” she wrote on her Instagram story.
“So I’ve seen some of you talk shi** about my new hairstyle. Like I even care. I will do and live my life vile nataka… I mean why worry about my head when you have yours.”
Amber’s message highlights the importance of self-expression and embracing individuality, regardless of outside criticism. Her response also fuels discussions about societal beauty standards and the pressure to conform.
By owning her style and refusing to be swayed by negative opinions, Amber sets an example of confidence and self-acceptance, encouraging others to do the same.
Whether you love them or hate them, there’s no denying that Amber’s new dreadlocks have sparked a conversation and challenged traditional notions of beauty in Kenya.