- A young lady recently left South Africans laughing out loud after she showed up in public with an outlandish hairstyle
- Many people questioned the hairdo after pictures of it was shared online by a Twitter user
- A lot of puzzled South Africans quickly headed to the comment section to share their thoughts on the look
Hairstyles come in many weird and wonderful shapes and sizes but a recent hairdo has truly left a lot of people wondering what the heck was going on. A few pictures of the weird-looking hairstyle were shared by Twitter user, AdvoBarryRoux.
The hairdo has left many locals wondering what the "hair" was even made of in the picture. It looks like some sort of white fiber that is usually found on the bottom side of a mop except it looks way thicker and unflattering - if that is even possible at all.
"What’s this?," @advobarryroux captioned the post.
Very soon locals were heading to the comment section to give their two cents on the look the woman was going for. Many of them also cracked hilarious jokes about where the woman may be from.
Read a few of their comments below:
"I wouldn't be surprised if that is a Tsonga from Giyani."
"A wolf in a sheep's clothing."
"Ai le gender that's a mop mara u can't change them did u know only female mosquitoes bite humans"
"Heee bannaaa! Go hlaga eng mo?"
"Lesilo a le dire sengwe ka hairstyle ye. Ayi! Re tla reng."
In similar Briefly.co.za news, it's the festive season and South African men and women are flocking to hair salons, barbershops, and beauty parlors to make themselves beautiful for Christmas. While some professionals are hitting the nail on the head for their customers, others simply are not - this poor man unfortunately is one of the many that will end up disappointed this time of the year.
Taking to Twitter, @ratchedrxlph shared pictures of his dismal haircut. In the caption of the hilarious post, he explains how all he wanted was a simple fade - and that is certainly not what he had received.
"Just a fade that’s all I wanted," he captioned the post.
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