Like a boy

Times have changed – women can now rock manly hair­styles. We look at an­drog­y­nous styles that celebs have made cooler.

True Love - - Contents - By TSAKANE NDLOVU

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.

Afro Botan­ics African Oil Blend R95

Sofn’free Scalp Ther­apy R40 Cantu Co­conut Oil Shine & Hold Mist R175

Eucerin Dermo Capil­laire Calm­ing Sham­poo R111 MPL Hair Oil R21

Jabu Stone Hair Nour­isher R37 Stylin’ Dredz 7 in 1 Scalp Treat­ment R41

Black Chic Co­conut Hair Food R22

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