A CONFIDENT mum-of-four has applauded someone online who said she was too old to dress the way she does and women feel empowered by her response.
Alicia, better known online as Princess Glitterhead, is a TikTok user with over three million followers on her account.
She gained her following by shocking people on several social media with videos of her candidly discussing her snap-in dentures which she got at the unexpected age of 34.
The American said she started losing her teeth at 21 and decided to get removable snap-on dentures to regain her confidence.
She has dedicated her social media pages to sharing her journey and experience with her removable implants.
someone commented a TikTok video of the mom dancing in a store next to a shopping cart in shorts and a crop top condemning her for the outfit.
“You are a mother of little girls, do you think this is appropriate,” the person asked in their comment.
“Besides, aren’t you a little old to be dressed like that?? Wrong kind of attention.
Alicia responded to their comment with another TikTok video. The caption of his response video was directed to the person who wrote the comment asking, “Where is the alley of ages?”
The video she made in response to the comment has been viewed over 225,000 times with over 10,000 likes.
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“I just had a really good question, could you please direct me to the age aisle because I can’t seem to find my age anywhere,” Alicia said in her video response.
“It’s not in the aisles and it’s not on the clothes or the tags but I shopped in the adult section, thought I got it right.”
She also included hashtags in the caption of the video that read “Stop judging women” and “My body, my choice.”
Alicia added to her response in the comments to her video, “Self-acceptance means more to me than your acceptance of my outfit. raising her own children. I have mine.
“It’s impossible to escape judgment, so do what you love and don’t let others bring you down. Elevated vibe.
“I can’t find anything wrong with the outfit the comment was posted on. Shorts. Tank top. Athletic jacket. Now I am in my own backyard.
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Many women added comments supporting Alicia, revealing their surprise that the other woman was ridiculing her clothes.
“If she had a body like yours BET she wouldn’t be running her mouth. You look stunning,” one comment read.
Someone else said: Wow, what happened to women empowering other women!!! I think you are fabulous.
“Isn’t she a little too old to pass judgment?” One person added. “I love your energy and we need more women like you”
Another said: “I finally wore a crop top the other day because I just think I’m [too] tall and i hate showing my stretch marks, my teenage girls said mom, i’m so proud of you.
Alicia replied, “I want people to stop waiting!! It’s now!! We HAVE to find love for ourselves now!! Defined different for each of us. Who are we to judge?