By Black Hair Hub | Jan 24, 2019
Well everyone who tuned into the Miss Africa pageant last week was witness to its grand finale – the winning smiles, the crowning moment, the fireworks and then suddenly, cut to the incident where Miss Africa, Dorcas’ hair caught fire while being crowned on stage.
Here’s a glimpse at the hair-raising fiery fiasco that went down:
But then, count on the pros of African hair styling; of course we mean, Darling Africa, that stepped up and sent the deserving diva a hamper of their hair extensions from across African markets. Mind you, we’re talking, super stylish extensions made of high quality, premium, fire retardant fibres with Japanese technology here!
Taking to Instagram and thanking the brand for their gesture, here’s what the lovely Miss Dorcas had to say:
Now we’ve been following Darling Africa closely, and as a brand we can clearly see how they’ve always thought forward and put their customers first. Which brand today constantly connects with its users to understand their hair care and styling needs? But these guys have done it through user trials, events, a whole lot of research and on ground feedback.
When your focus is cued on innovation and technology, no wonder you bring us not only some of the best quality fibres but hairstyles that are stylish and trendy as well. And now having been introduced to these fire retardant styles made with Japanese technology and the works, You’ve put safety alongside style. Like WOW!
Your gracious gesture towards our reigning Miss Africa sure caught our attention and that may we say, has totally got us crushing on you!
So go on, feel proud about being the popular choice for African women, pushing us to really be unstoppable.
With a whole range of products that are easy to use, lightweight and of premium quality whilst staying on top of trends, we’d expect nothing less!
That’s why we love you, Darling.
Signing off for now. Stay Safe and Stylish, Darlings! Safe and Stylish!
Love Beauty Pageants? Check out Shining Bright In Her Crowning Glory: Say Hello To Dee-Ann Kentish Rogers.
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