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Nandi Madida Should Start Braiding Her Hair More Often- Opinion

Nandi Madida is a South African singer, actor, model, and television personality who was born on March 20, 1988. He was born and reared in the South African town of Maphumulo in the province of KwaZulu-Natal. She gained popular after DJ Franky used her as a vocalist on the song "Tonight," which was released in 2007.

She was employed as a performer at Umhlanga's Gateway Mall as a consequence of her success in a talent search. When she was 15, she earned her first television job as the host of Bling, a pre-teen entertainment show on SABC2 that concentrated largely on music and cinema.

That's not to say we weren't proud of our curls and coils before, but Afro-textured hair has long struggled in society to be accepted as attractive, valid, normal, or even seen at all.

Celebrities who style their natural hair in appealing ways should be applauded for demonstrating to the public that natural hair can be just as attractive as any other type or texture of hair.

This singer is the queen of hair color and the pixie-like short haircut. We like how she uses a variety of colors to provide interest, ranging from delicate lilac to vibrant green.

Nandini Madida's decision to embrace, love, and display her natural hair is admirable. It shows how diverse a person's natural hair can be and that you don't need hair extensions, weaves, or wigs to look good.

As a woman, you require a new appearance and desire to appear as a different person from time to time. Having more hair extensions on your head doesn't mean you hate the hair that grows naturally from your scalp, thus I'm sure Nandi Madida could do some amazing weaves that night. She'd look a lot better, and a new haircut would help her out a lot. She is a beautiful woman who would look great in any hairstyle. In a wig, she'd be stunning.

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