Skai Jackson Has A Message For Haters Who Didn't Like Her Pink & Green Hair During NYFW

Skai Jackson Has A Message For Haters Who Didn't Like Her Pink & Green Hair During NYFW

Skai Jackson is responding to the criticism about her colorful hair she pulled off this week during New York Fashion Week.

The 16-year-old actress tried out a soft pink hue and deep green color on her hair for two presentations over the weekend, and while some loved her looks, others did not.

“I was really surprised to see the comments on social media that were being said about my decision to try out a new hair color and style,” Skai wrote for Teen Vogue. “Some people thought that pink hair was not age appropriate for me or that it didn’t match my skin color, which I found very confusing.”

She continues, “I know it’s hard to believe that I’m no longer the young ‘Zuri’ everyone has grown to love, which I truly appreciate, but like every young lady, I’m growing, I’m maturing and finding myself at 16 years old discovering the joys and pains of the world we live in.”

“I would only ask that before you throw shade, you stop and think about all the people who have ever said something negative about you or someone you love, and how that made you or them feel. Fashion is about trying out new things and having fun and me and my stylist, Zadrian Smith, are going to keep doing just that. Pink hair for everyone!”

Skai is pictured below at the Anna Sui fashion show, with Sofia Wylie at Dennis Basso and Shay Mitchell at Zimmermann on Monday (September 10).

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