- Sbahle Mpisane has changed her hair and is looking absolutely fabulous
- The media personality is rocking gorgeous Bantu knots and her fans love the new look on their fave
- Taking to social media, the fitness bunny showed off the fresh hairstyle
Mzansi celebrities have been switching up their hairstyles in recent days and Sbahle Mpisane also hopped on the bandwagon.
The stunner debuted some gorgeous Bantu knots and her followers absolutely loved the look. She shared the picture on her Instagram account.
Sbahle is known to switch up her look often and it seems she knows exactly which hairstyles to pick because she always looks amazing.
Instagram user tshepol said:
"Umuhle ngempela your new name and surname."
"The Bantu knots!"
"Awesome: offsets and enhances your beauty."
"The natural look."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za previously reported that Ayanda Ncwane has been making a name for herself ever since she stepped into the limelight following her husband’s tragic passing.
The gorgeous woman took to social media to show off her gorgeous new look.
Ayanda removed the wig and chopped off her locks to reveal a short but stylish hairdo that suits her to the tee. She posted a picture of the stunning hairstyle on Instagram.
In the picture, Ayanda also wore minimal makeup and looked a gorgeous sight. She captioned the post:
Mzansi social media users loved the beautiful look and made sure to let her know. Insta user ladydkhoza said:
"You look like one of your sons."
"You look 16!"
"Beautiful Mama Gwamanda."
"Looking hawt, welcome back mama."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that Ayanda Ncwane has joined the cast of The Real Housewives of Durban.
Ayanda is the wife of late award-winning gospel artist S'fiso Ncwane.
The highly-anticipated reality TV show is expected to make its debut on 1 Magic on 29 January. Ayanda will be joined by other prominent women from Durban such as former President Jacob Zuma's baby mama Nonkanyiso Conco, Anne-Tonni Lodick, Nonku Williams, Sorisha Naidoo and Kgomotso Ndungane.
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