I think it's good. Not trashy like Lola. Tackier when used as a boy name (not a nickname) by non-Russians IMO. I don't think it's likely to become any more frequent than, say, Natalie (which is at #14 but still getting used only half as much as Amber was at its #14 peak)... and Sasha seems unlikely to get even that popular, because it just does not sound like the kind of name that US top ten namers would use. It's more suited to popularity than Saskia though. It could become slightly trendy like Autumn, I guess.
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