- Mzansi loved Keabetswe, an influencer on Twitter's, hair which she flexed on the social media platform
- She posted a pic of the back of her head, revealing straight hair and she captioned the pic "Natural hair"
- The comment section of the post was swarmed by her fans who joined in and posted pics of their own hair and reactions
An Instagram influencer, Keabetswe, @akreana_, took to Twitter to share a snap of her hair. She captioned the snap with "Natural hair".
Mzansi loved what she was saying and soon many other tweeps posted pics of their own "natural" hair.
With most people claiming that if it grows out of your head it is natural while other disagreed about that.
Here are some reactions from Twitter users:
"The hair is beautiful, but calling it natural Kea Hana. Chemically processed hair can't be considered natural, and I'm not fighting!"
"Here's not beautiful natural million-dollar hair. I decide which style I want, depending on my mood."
"I miss those days when Men went to war and died ,Now they arguing about women’s hair."
"Healthy hair is healthy hair, but, natural hair is unprocessed hair. Chemicals are used to alter the curl pattern & it can't revert back unless you grow it out of your scalp again. Hair products don't do that. It's like the difference between using lotion vs bleach on your skin."
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Khanyi Mbau took to social media to post a series of snaps of herself and her brand-new hair colour.
The star is not one to shy away from a bold choice and this time had selected long tresses of a snow white colour.
Khanyi carried off the new 'do with her signature confidence and shared her latest hair decision with fans and followers through a number of selfies.
In other news, during the festive season, many people braved new and wonderful hairstyles. A young South African woman, Lee-Anne Du Plooy is one of them. She recently headed to ImStaying to share a beautiful post.
In the picture, Lee-Anne can be seen rocking a hairstyle traditionally worn by black African women - neatly plaited single braidings. To showcase her flair, Lee-Anne opted for blue and black, which suited her perfectly.
#IamStaying we are all beautiful ❤, "Lee-Anne captioned the heartwarming picture of herself rocking her beautiful single braids hairstyle.
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