Pictures of the South African celebrities who look so beautiful with short hair - keeping it natural.
Previously, African women used to keep thing natural when it comes hair. However, in the 21st century, things have changed, most women prefer rocking weaves or wigs.
The Brazilian weave is the most trending in South Africa. Women have fallen in love with it, along with make ups.
You would be surprised to hear that some women spend more than R10,000 buying weaves.
That is surely a lot of money, but let us be honest, they do look amazing with those weaves. Some are black, while others prefer Pink, Green, Yellow and co.
However, there are some women who have enough money to buy weaves and wigs but still prefers rocking short hair.
The likes of Nandi Madida (Previously known as Nandi Mngoma), Minnie Dlamini, and also Miss Universe Zizobini Tuni, who still prefers short hair.
Check out their pictures:
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