Thembisa Mdoda debuts natural look as she hints at new project

Thembisa Mdoda debuts natural look as she hints at new project

- Thembisa Mdoda is one lady who is always on her grind and constantly working on new ideas to bring to the small screen

- The presenter and actress recently hinted at a new project when she debuted a stunning new hairstyle and natural face look

- Thembisa is Anele Mdoda's younger sister and the pair have been killing it in the entertainment industry for a while

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Thembisa Mdoda has something up her sleeve and it's clear that it's going to be bomb.

The stunning star recently debuted a toned down look, which consisted of a bob wig and natural make-up.

Thembisa said the look is in preparation for a "special project."

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Thembisa Mdoda debuts natural look as she hints at new project

Thembisa Mdoda debuts natural look as she hints at new project
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Fans were completely smitten with the stunner's pic and rushed to her mentions to let her know.

Check out a few of their comments below:

richmondsajini

"Wow, the beauty jumped out and slapped me right through my face."

tanyayondoe

"You look stunning sthandwa (love). (I) love the natural look. It suits you."

sweetmisstinky

Okay, I think 2020 can end now. This beauty can last us the whole year. You're hot, you're gorgeous, you're beautiful."

Earlier this year, Briefly.co.za reported that Thembisa had finally shown off her hunky mystery hubby.

Thembisa surprised fans when she changed her surname on Twitter to Nxumalo as a way to announce that she was married.

The star is notoriously private about her personal life and hardly ever posts her husband's pic, but she does shout him out from time to time.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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