Remember Angela from Generations? See how she rocked her natural hair (In Pictures)
By Beyond-Makeup | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 1650 views
Lebohang Mthunzi used to play the role of Angela Mogale on the soapie, Generations: The Legacy.
Lebogang Mthunzi is hair goals, always. Some may say that hair is just hair, you can do whatever you want with it, as long as you keep it clean. However, with all the hairstyles we know we love ourselves a clean, healthy and rich afro.
Shrinkage for kinky hair is real. While, this is no news to anyone with afro-textured or kinky hair, caring for your natural hair is a different ball game.
Afro hair usually isn't easy to handle but finding the right tools and methods for caring for your natural kink, will set you on the path to embracing your natural hair.
An Afro can be difficult to maintain but with a little patience and proper care, it can be your crowning glory.
The key to keeping your afro hairstyle strong and healthy is to use the right products and take steps to prevent dehydration and breaking from occurring.
Lebohang Mthunzi is still out and about; and giving us an afro to envy all day long. What do you think of Lebohang’s natural hair?
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