The South African businesswoman, actress, radio, and television presenter, Pearl Thusi has been reviving a ton of praise. This comes after this television presenter revealed what she is planning to do with her long and healthy-looking hair. According to Kelly Oxford, who is a beautician, the majority of women who put weaves have hair loss problems. Pearl Thusi is one of those women who was blessed with fast-growing and healthy-looking hair and she doesn't even put a weave on her head because her hair is good enough.
Pearl has been growing her hair for quite a long time and now she feels a need to cut them. According to Pearl Thusi, she is planning of cutting her hair and donate them to those who are suffering from cancer "If I end up cutting my hair, I'll donate to cancer patients...Should I do it?" Asked Pearl Thusi.Twitter users hopped into the comment section and praised pearl for trying to put a smile on someone battling with cancer "That would be such a great blessing" a Twitter user praising Pearl. "Life is too short, cut if you feel like it; plus it will make someone happy" proudly said a Twitter user.
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