Like a boy
Times have changed – women can now rock manly hairstyles. We look at androgynous styles that celebs have made cooler.
BONTLE MODISELLE Dreadlocks have become the norm now. It’s the versatility of the style that attracts us to them. They’re easy to style and maintain, and both men and women wear them very well. If you have dreads, keep your scalp clean and moisturised with hair food to avoid dandruff and dull locks. Avoid plaiting them continuously because it may cause hair loss or weaken the locks, and result in them breaking. GAIL MABALANE Short hair proves that women don’t need long hair to look gorgeous. If you’re due for a change in hairstyle, keeping it short could be it. We love how actress Gail Mabalane is rocking her short hair, she looks fantastic. LUTHANDO ‘LOOTLOVE’ SHOSHA We are in awe of how the TV and radio presenter is so playful with her hair – it gives us #fomo. If you’re thinking of going for Loot’s style, moisturise with oils like jojoba and coconut to keep your mane shiny at all times. SBAHLE MPISANE Celebs like Rihanna and Sbahle Mpisane prove that bantu knots are the bomb and are making a big comeback this season. They look cool simply knotted or undone.
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Sofn’free Scalp Therapy R40 Cantu Coconut Oil Shine & Hold Mist R175
Eucerin Dermo Capillaire Calming Shampoo R111 MPL Hair Oil R21
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Black Chic Coconut Hair Food R22