Fans tell Former Scandal actress how her afro makes her look younger.
By PennyM | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 792 views
It is not everyday where you see actresses fully embrace their natural hair. Almost everyone wants to be seen in a weave or their work involves a weave. For some their hair needs a lot of work so much that they opt for a weave. It becomes a surprise when they show their natural hair.
Kgomotso Christopher is an actress and voice over artist. She is known for her role on Etv's Scandal where she played the role of Yvonne Langa. She is known for her signature pixie hair style that suits her perfectly. She alternates between it and other weaves.
She is such a beautiful woman that anything suits her. She shared a picture in her Afro looking very big "I don't look forward to these days😪😭😭😭...Afro treatment days...I tried to capture the misery, using @laronajchristopher ring light to try bring some joy to myself!! #AfroChick #HairTreatmentDay😅😱💇". Her fans complemented her on her and she revealed how much of a work it is.
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