Hot celebrity hairstyles at the Durban July

By Qhama Dayile
04 July 2016

Bonang Matheba’s Russian hair lace-front complimented her oval face shape as well as her dress

A hairstyle can sometimes make or break your look and every hairstyle suits a certain looks.

When considering the outfit, always include the shoes, make-up, accessories and hair. Many people tend to separate the hair from the outfit.

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Boity Thulo's Durban July short razor cut is cute and easy to manage especially on a busy weekend where there are many parties to attend. When going for a razor cut, always be mindful of the shape of your face. This hairstyle cancels out a pronounced jawline.   <

Despite Pearl Thusi having her own hair care range, Black Pearl, tThe wild look matched her nature inspired dress.

Afros are prone to dryness, so a shampoo with a good moisturizer and conditioner is recommended. Afro hair needs to stay damp to avoid tangling.

When your outfit is bold and has intricate detailing and embroidery, it is always good to go for a clean, elegant and simple hairstyle. Dineo Moeketsi’s over the shoulder length was simple.  

. Short, wavy styles with volume, and curls work well with an oval face.

When you have a lace wig, avoid scratching onto your lace as this can loosen the knots of the wig and use regular hair products on your Lace Wig.

Hair accessories are always a great when worn correctly and match with your outfit. Nomuzi Mabena nailed the floral crown. Headbands can sometimes look youthful and prissy; always try something mature and classy.

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