- Khanyi Mbau has explained why she decided to employ skin lightening agents to go multiple shades lighter than her normal complexion
- The actress and singer said she did it in order to not have to wear as much make-up when she is on set
- Khanyi also believes that the set lighting looks better on her skin tone when she is lighter
Khanyi Mbau has been bringing sexy back since she stepped on the scene over a decade ago. However, the beauty has gotten lighter and lighter over the years.
The singer and actress is unapologetic about lightening her skin, but has definitely received her fair share of flack for the controversial choice. Khanyi recently took to Instagram to explain why she decided to lighten her skin.
In essence, Khanyi said she did it for professional reasons. The star believes that her current skin tone results in less time being spent on the make-up chair and less work for the lighting crew.
Khanyi posted an hour-long Instagram TV video, which can be seen on her Instagram page @mbaureloaded, explaining everything..
Khanyi Mbau and cosmetic procedures go together like hand and glove. Other cosmetic work that Khanyi has had done includes new boobs, new teeth and a new nose.
Earlier this year, Briefly.co.za reported that the star came under fire for photo-shopping her brother's nose to look smaller in a picture of them together. Her brother, YouTube and reality television star Lasizwe, said he didn't mind although some fans were offended on his behalf.
In other news, Briefly.co.za recently reported that Minnie Dlamini Jones is not okay with her man being away from her for too long.
The star opened up to fans that his absence for just a few days gave her so much separation anxiety that she's started following him around everywhere he goes now that he's back. The attachment issues are real.
Fans could totally relate as most people have had to make sacrifices and implement precautions that they never in their wildest dreams ever imagined they would have to.
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