Laetitia KY is an Ivorian fashion designer and artist. She's also a bit of a sculptor. What does she sculpt? Her hair.
That's right. She's able to mold her locks into seemingly any shape. Who needs friends when you can play patty cake with yourself?
Here we see her quietly meditating. Scientists say there are certain things you can do to your hair that will make people like you more. Safe to say this isn't what they had in mind, but it's working.
Here we see her wearing a hat, glasses and earrings all made from her hair. This is perfect when you want to save money and accessorize. Or, you know... not get recognized while up to no good.
KY expresses nothing but positivity through her art. She strives to wow others with her work and bring a smile to their face. It's working... although it's more of a "state-of-complete-shock" smile.
"Ugh, I was ready to leave hours ago. But she just keeps on dancing. Why do I keep going to these parties with her?"
"Oh, hey, look what I found lying around. Say, you wouldn't mind if I played this in the middle of the party, right? Okay, here's Wonderwall..."
A company is now making toupees for the balding male hipster. They think they're pretty cool. Unless they look like this, I'm not interested.
She can sculpt more than just hand gestures. She can even whip up a Halloween costume. Or any day costume, really. Why wait until October to be a bunny?
KY is very proud of where she comes from. Here she expresses it with her hair, and even her lipstick. It's hard to notice those other details when you have a land mass halo.
She's also proud of the continent she hails from. She even included Madagascar. Jeez, I'm usually too lazy to comb my hair in the morning, and she's making sure not to exclude an island on hers.
"I've got the whole world / In my hands."
"I've got it on my head."
"Oh, um... yes. Yes, you do."
Once again, she includes her lipstick in the aesthetic of her hair sculpture. Hard to notice when there's ornate follicle calligraphy to gaze upon. Is there anything she can't mold?
She even blends other objects in with her hair to create more sophisticated pieces. She is one with nature, and nature is one with her. Hopefully that's not poison ivy.
Follow KY on her Instagram for more of her amazing scalp sculptures. And be proud of your natural hair. Who knows? You just might become famous for it.