The Internet Is (Rightfully) Obsessed With This Girl's Flower Afro

YouTuber Kiera Please says she's now getting recognized by fans IRL.

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Sorry, Coachella: YouTuber Kiera Please officially has one-upped your flower crowns. Instead of circling her head with dainty floral strands, she bedecks her gorgeous curls with entire bouquets of massive blooms – and the internet can't get enough.

thank you for 30k! πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™

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The 21-year-old and her garden-fairy gorgeousness have rocketed to social-media stardom, with over 206K followers on Instagram, 21K YouTube subscribers, and almost 30K Twitter followers. It's gotten to the point where fans are recognizing her IRL.

"I went to a music festival, and a few people who were wearing flowers in their hair came up to me and told me that I had inspired that choice," Kiera told Seventeen.com.

back when I was cute and queen of forest nymphs eternally

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Kiera says her signature style β€” in addition to being beautiful β€” represents her personal growth.

"To me wearing [blooms] in your hair is more than just a cool look," she explained. "I like to think of myself as gradually blossoming and becoming something more than what I was the day before."

I challenge you to make a quick poem including the words taco, freedom, and Sasquatch ..go!

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Want to dupe those ethereal vibes? Just buy some faux blooms (Kiera recommends shopping Michael's or buying florals for cheap from store window displays), remove the stem from each, and stick a bobby pin through the hole. Then, attach the flowers to your strands or roots.

Here's her full tutorial:

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