How SA celebrities are coping without their hairstylists during lockdown

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Tracey Lange, Anne Hirsch and Hulisani Ravele. (Photo: Instagram)
Tracey Lange, Anne Hirsch and Hulisani Ravele. (Photo: Instagram)

Lockdown has forced many of us to be intuitive about our hair. Restrictions on movement have meant none of those much-loved trips to the barber or salon.

Some local celebs have taken matters into their own hands and are going out of their way to still look good while indoors, while others are revealing a new side . . .

Here are some of our favourites:

Tracey Lange

“I love taking advantage of my natural curls!” says television and radio personality Tracey Lange.

She recently uploaded a video showing her fans how she activates her curls.

Khaya Dlanga

We’re used to seeing the best-selling author in suits and faded cuts, but during this lockdown period he’s evidently unbothered. Here he shows a different, unshaven side of him while rocking his gown.

Anne Hirsch

Comedian Anne Hirsch might be adding hairstylist to her resume soon, after she successfully managed to cut her hair like a pro.

Hulisani Ravele

Getting our hair and nails done during this global pandemic might not be essential – as we have bigger fish to fry – but media personality Hulisani Ravele is growing desperate to get in her barber's chair again.

Tumi Morake

Tumi Morake might be stuck in the United States due to the travel bans, but she’s still making the most of the precious moments she gets to share with her family. The media personality shared snaps on her Instagram stories recently, showing us how she got to trim the husband Mpho Osei-Tutu’s hair and beard.

 

 

 

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