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Lil Yachty is launching his own nail polish line for men after a male student was suspended from school for wearing polish.

TMZ caught up with Yachty at LAX Airport, where he was asked to comment on the 17-year-old student who was suspended for wearing nail polish to class at Clyde High School in West Texas (see video below).

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Yachty, who was wearing Christmas-themed nail polish, praised men who gussied themselves up in makeup, nail polish and other feminine decorations.

"Why do we still have barriers?" he asked TMZ. "If somebody wants to express themselves and it's not harming anyone or bringing anybody down they should be allowed to do so. I don't really see the purpose."

The effeminate rapper shared details about his own line of polish for men: "I've been in development working on my own nail paints, it's called Cree."

He added: "It's essentially unisex, but I want it to be more focused on men to use it and be comfortable."

Yachty has a message for rappers who object to males wearing nail polish and other feminine adornments: "Bruh, it's 2020. It's 'bout to be 2021. What are the barriers?"

Yachty gets his mani's and pedi's done by an Atlanta nail tech who goes by the Twitter handle @SpalshyStackss.

Yachty isn’t the only gender neutral rapper who rocks polish. Playboi Carti and A$AP Rocky also wear nail polish and cosmetics.
 

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Taraji P. Henson opened up about a musty odor emanating from her very first hairweave sew-in which she kept in for too long.

The 'Hidden Figures' star says she wore hairweave to protect her natural hair. But she left the extensions in too long (for months) and she was "embarrassed" when she had the extensions removed and released a strong musty odor that nearly knocked out her hairstylist!

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"The first time I went to get the weave taken out, it smelled like mildew. I was so embarrassed," she told ALLURE magazine.

The mother-of-one said she learned that day that she didn't do a good job washing her weave extensions, which allowed bacteria and fungus to grow under the extensions.

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"I was washing my hair, but what I wasn't doing was drying the weft. When you have weave or an install, your hair is braided down and then sometimes they sew a [hair] net down on top of that and then they sew the hair tracks on top of that," she explained.

"So my dilemma was, how do I get to my scalp? How do I clean it? I didn't ever want that mildew smell again."

The 49-year-old actress now has a room full of custom weave pieces to choose from, but her first experience with mildew weave led her to develop her affordable TPH haircare line for women too busy to take out their weave for weeks.

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Taraji said she experimented with her own dry shampoo concoction to clean her scalp under the weave.

"The first thing I used was Sea Breeze [skin astringent]. I needed some relief! I found a little bottle, like the ones they put the dye in with the nozzle on top, and put the Sea Breeze in it. It helped, but it dries your hair out. It gets brittle.

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"So I had to figure out how to get moisture down to my braids and clean my scalp. That's what the TPH haircare line is about. It's about scalp care -- and serving looks."

Taraji stressed that her haircare line is not just for "natural hair."

"I don't want people to think that this is a line that is just targeted at natural hair. This line is also for wigs. It's for installs, braids, locs, straight hair, curly hair [that] needs moisture."

Cassie new hairstyle

Socialite and former singer Casandra "Cassie" Ventura debuted her new short hairstyle on her social media accounts. The change comes years after Cassie shaved one side of her head -- sparking a new trend that was copied by her fans and celebrities alike. According to celebrity blog, The Life Files, Cassie is the new face of Young & Restless fashion brand for their new ad campaign.

Cassie new hairstyle

Cassie new hairstyle

All of these women are high maintenance beauties who go to great lengths to make sure their style game is always on point when they step out in public. These women pay extra attention to their hair and nails, because that's what most women criticize for some odd reason.

1. Let's begin with these Chanel inspired nails. This woman is living a lie. Her marriage crumbled months ago, but she's keeping up public appearances until her reality TV show goes off the air. Then she will be heading to divorce court. Who is she?

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