They say a new hairstyle is like new relationship: it makes you giddy, confident, & excited. Almost every woman's physical beauty has to do with the hairstyle on her head, it can be natural, braids, weave or whatever. Have you noticed how stunning hairstyles of the majority of celebrities out there? Seems like Kelly Khumalo is one of those celebrities.
Kelly Khumalo is a South African singer, actress and dancer. She is an Award winning musician who got fame in the year 2005 after the release of her debut album T.K.O. In the year 2020, she blessed Mzansi with her massive hits; Empini, Ngathwala ngaye and Esiphambanweni. Kelly is not only a successful famous musician, she is also the mother of two beautiful kids Christian Khumalo and Thingolenkosazana Khumalo
This 37 year-old Spruitview; Katlehong born star recently shared a picture of herself on Instagram, looking so gorgeous on a massively stunning red dyed weave. The caption of the post reads: "Hair by @sarhaphairline❤". The aim was actually to show the hairstyle to her fans. Almost everyone was was left amazed and in frenzy after seeing such a soft and beautiful weave, and some of the fans were obviously going to ask where she bought it.
Almost everyone was complementing her_ telling her how stunning she looks on her new hairstyle. The comments were like:
"Yes to the colour! So beautiful"
"You are not playing nice with other kids now"
"Looking all young, full of glow. You are beautiful"
"Your hair is a goal. So lovely"
Anyway check out some of the comments on the link below:
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