While short hairstyles are normally more a summer trend, many Mzansi female celebrities have made it an every-season, all-year-round, must-rock look.
Our female celebrities are fearless. They break boundaries, set goals and inspire females far and wide to do the same. It’s a generation of total boss babes.
Briefly.co.za loves to see all our saucy female celebs fearlessly rocking short hairdos – the natural ones are just the cherry on the trend-setting cake.
Gail Mabalane is one who has bravely come out about her hair journey, revealing that rocking short hair was not a choice but a medical necessity. Sis has given a new meaning to the power that is all-natural short hair.
Miss Universe 2019 Zozibini Tunzi is another female Mzansi celeb who has inspired the masses by rocking her natural hair. We live in a society where women are under so much pressure to look a certain way and it is thanks to women like Zozi that those stereotypes are being broken.
With it being Women’s Month in SA, it is important to embrace, remember and celebrate every woman who has made a difference. Today we celebrate the boss babes who have rocked the short hair look and turned it into something powerful. You ladies are so inspiring!
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Thembi Seete is ageing like fine wine and just won't stop with the gorgeousness. Not all women can pull off short hair, but the beauty is definitely one of those who can.
The Gomora star recently debuted a new short hairstyle and looks absolutely flawless in it. It's jet-black and expertly faded on the side. The subtle waves on top simply add to the glamour and femininity that is Thembi.
It was also reported that there is no denying that Pearl Thusi is one of the most beautiful celebrities in South Africa. The media personality recently debuted a short hairdo and sis is looking fiercer than ever.
Pearl took to Instagram to share the photo and the feedback was amazing. It seems fans love Mama Panther in whatever hairstyle she rocks.
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