Tinashe Hair is trending.
It’s no longer a fashion item, but a trend.
It’s a trend that’s being shared with all the world’s followers.
The popularity of Tashe hair is an indication of a shift in how women dress, with a new trend emerging for women of color and the disabled.
It also comes as some women of the LGBTQIA community have expressed their discomfort with wearing the hairpiece.
The trend began with Tashe haircuts in the early 2000s, but it was soon followed by the rise of Black hair and its accompanying accessories like braids and dreadlocks.
In 2016, the hair was a trending topic on Instagram and Snapchat, and women and trans women shared their stories about wanting to go topless.
“I’ve had so many requests to go bare, and I’m not ashamed to say I’ve gone topless in front of other women and the response has been amazing,” Tashe’s mother, Tina, told FOX 5 News.
Tinashe Hair has become so popular because it’s an empowering and non-threatening look for women and people of color.
Tina said the hair is a way for people to express themselves without being judged.
“It’s not a trend, it’s a part of our culture and a part that we have in our history,” she said.
Tina has been Tashe since she was a child and has seen the trend take off.
She said the trend was born out of a need to show the world that the beautiful, beautiful body can be made beautiful by makeup.
“Tinas hair has always been beautiful, it has always reflected my personality, but I just felt it needed to be a little more accessible to other women,” she explained.
Tinashe’s mom said it was time for the trend to change.
“There is no way to cover all of our beautiful bodies, and we need to look at how we can represent ourselves and our bodies as women,” Tina said.
It’s also an important time to teach other women about being a beautiful person, Tina said, adding that the idea of a non-blonde woman wearing her hairpiece is a big step in that direction.
“This is something that I want to teach to all of my kids and hopefully they will be able to do the same,” Tina told FOX Business.
Tobin Tashe was born with a condition that causes her to develop hairline abnormalities.
She has been a full-time Tashe wearer for almost two decades.