Finally the pics are out and we are sooo happy with Monique and Vinny’s work!!
Without further ado, presenting our #IAmFroChic FACES!!
Creative Copywriter in Adverstising from Albermarle, Germiston.
I’m still trying to figure out why I love my natural hair. I’ve always been a proudly bald black girl. When it grew, I would grit my teeth and go outside to comb my hair. #AfricanBhambatha. I’ve never really known how to take care of it besides washing it every day nge Sunlight Green bar shampoo. But what I’ve picked up via what other people say they love about my hair is that it’s naturally pitch black, it has a curl pattern plus a yummy-looking texture that earns me a couple of “Would you mind if I touched it” requests all the time. *shrugs* #BeatsMe But I allow it bantu. I am a natural newbie though.
On twitter: @nokxy
On Instagram: @nokxmaseko
On Facebook: Nokx Ez’kaPuff Maseko
Media student from Diepkloof, Soweto who works for full time for a Document Solutions company and an aspiring fashion stylist selling both men and ladies fashion bags.
I love almost everything about my natural hair; it lets me be and gives me so much confidence. I love the length, texture and colour. I have had my locs for 5 years now and still counting. They’re easy to maintain as the length allows me to do just about anything with them. I don’t have to worry each month about changing my hairstyle or even having to go to the salon. I wash and base my hair at home with help of cos from my lil sisters lol. My hair defines who I am and I can never imagine myself with any other hairstyle. Treatment and maintenance don’t even cost me a lot and that is the ultimate bonus of it all J
On Facebook: Lebogang Keamogetsoe Makhubela
An SEO, social media ninja, blogger, songwriter and collector of really old vinyls who lives in Lenasia, south of Johannesburg
I love that its mine, my own hair and that I can do so much more with it, its healthier and stronger than all my past days of being addicted to hair crack
On Twitter: @fhatumphaphuli
Works for the bills, blogs for love of words and sharing and lives in Hillcrest, Pretoria.
My natural hair is unique, fun, pocket friendly and a conversation starter.
On Twitter: @Meka_Owethu
Blog contribution link: Mpofu (www.beautybulletin.com/ethnic-hub)
FroChic Ninjas – Nangamso and Matlhodi
Many thanks to our photographer, Monique of de Paiva Photography, our Make-up artist Vinny (079 613 5898) and of course the gorgeous faces of FroChic!
Note: To order your #IAmFroChic tank top (R160), email us on frochicATgmailDOTcom.
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