- A beautiful white South African lady recently took to Facebook to share a picture of her hair that was styled in traditional African braids
- The lovely ImStaying post, shows the woman proudly rocking the hairstyle that is usually worn by black woman
- Stayers absolutely loved it. Many of them took to the comment section to share beautiful compliments with the young lady
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It's the festive season in Mzansi and many people are braving new and wonderful hairstyles. A young South African woman, Lee-Anne Du Plooy is one of them. She recently headed to ImStaying to share a beautiful post.
In the picture, Lee-Anne can be seen rocking a hairstyle traditionally worn by black African women - neatly plaited single braidings. To showcase her flair, Lee-Anne opted for blue and black, which suited her perfectly.
#IamStaying we are all beautiful ❤, "Lee-Anne captioned the heartwarming picture of herself rocking her beautiful single braids hairstyle.
Stayers loved the picture, reacting to it 13 000 times. Many of them also headed to the comment section to share heartfelt compliments with Lee-Anne, a few of which you can read below.
Kgomotso Mtileni said:
"U beautiful .hope u doing well with the pain of new braids ❤"
Motsoane Thabie said:
"How's the pain treating you? You look nice, by the way."
Ntombi Primmie said:
Woooow Lee Ann you look gorgeous."
Thabang Themba said:
"Geeez I've ran out of words u are beautiful in street lingo o chipi konker."
Mamello Mello Chotola said:
"Yes we're all beautiful but you my darling are angelic, your beauty is hypnotic, you were clearly made on a Sunday, God was in his best mood."
In other inspiring Briefly.co.za news, a young unemployed woman recently shared how planting potatoes has helped lift her out of a dark place. According to the post that was made by Mbilana Entle Mbalentle on Facebook's ImStaying, she lost her job due to Covid-19.
"#ImStaying because when I lost my job due to Covid-19 I had to move back home to Peddie. I was hurt. So my dad asked me why don't I do what am good at, - farming. Even though I never studied it.
"I took my last money went bought a packet of potatoes I planted them with no equipment but I managed. Yesterday I harvested my potatoes. It was the best feeling. Me being unemployed has reminded me of my gift. #ImStaying A proud Village girl," she wrote proudly.
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