It's winter and celebrities are rocking braids to keep their hair from breaking - if you know, you know. Some of our beautiful famous faces have taken to social media to show off their braided hairstyles.
1. Bonang Matheba stuns in long braids
Bonang Matheba is one lady who can make anything look good. Sis just got a new winter hairdo and the people are going crazy for it. Being as big of a celebrity as Queen B is means you have a level of influence that could be harmful if used incorrectly, luckily B only wants the best for her BForce.
While Bonang is known for rocking the lushest wigs and weaves, she has decided to go back to her roots to protect her roots. B has packed away the bad-bad and hit a local salon to get a ‘do that is proudly Mzansi.
2. Nomzamo Mbatha rocks box braids
Nomzamo Mbatha recently debuted her stunning braids when she posted pics from her birthday celebration.
The Coming 2 America actress looked flawless with black braids. Her party was also an elegant affair even though it was observing lockdown regulations.
3. Ayanda Thabethe looks gorgeous with braided locks
Ayanda took to social media to show off her gorgeous braids as well. Sis had her edges laid and braids in a beautiful up-do.
Social media users gushed at he beauty, including celebs like Ntando Duma, who said:
"How are you so perfect?"
In other news, Briefly.co.za previously reported that the reality TV bug has bitten Bonang Matheba again! In partnership with SABC1, Queen B’s bringing us another reality show.
Reality TV has become a huge thing in Mzansi lately. Fans are loving watching their favourite celebs and getting a taste of what their day-to-day lives looks like.
B’s fans were certain that Bonang had hung up her reality TV crown. A new show has come as a pleasant surprise for sure.
Being Bonang was one of Mzansi’s favourite reality TV shows. After the final season aired and Queen B made it clear that she was done, fans were left begging for more. Bonang’s new reality show is a two-part series which will be broadcast on SABC1 – it’s called A Very Bonang Year.
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