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Gorgeous pics of Mzansi’s dreadlock queens

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Zizo Tshwete

True Love Magazine’s July cover star and Umhlobo Wenene FM radio presenter Zizo Tshwete is our go-to person for dreadlock inspo. This beauty wowed us from her Miss Teen SA years with her love for her natural tresses. Zizo loves a high ponytail or simply letting her dreads cascade beautifully down her back.

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Mane ☺️

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Claire Mawisa

Timeless beauty and Carte Blanche presenter Claire Mawisa has always been dreadlock goals from when her dreads were short as a SABC1 Simunye presenter to her long curly colourful locs. Claire plays around with plaits, curls and ponytails. She is an advocate of hair health and loves to share tips on how she cares for her dreadlocks.

Bontle Moloi

Choreographer and radio host Bontle Moloi has us glued to Instagram every day watching her enchanting dance moves. She adorns her dreadlocks with hair accessories such as gold braid strings, and plays around with blonde and copper colours.

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The plan is to keep these locs forever…

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Zenande Mfenyana

The Queen actress Zenande gives us major loc style envy. She usually keeps her hair in different protective styles like twists, coils, curls and plaits. Scroll through Zenande’s IG for lots of loc inspiration.

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Samkelo Ndlovu

We all remember seeing TV and film actress Samkelo for the first time on our screens with beautiful red dreadlocks styled in a fringe. Her dreads have become her signature look. Samkelo creates different styles such as a twisted bob, high ponytail, fringe and long curls to show just how versatile locs are.

Dreadlock care tips:
1. Apply a leave-in conditioner and massage your scalp to maintain the blood circulation. This will stimulate natural oil production and prevent dryness and breakage.

2. Wash your hair at least once a week with a residue-free shampoo. Gently massage your scalp and let the shampoo soak into your dreads. Rinse well and towel dry.

3. Don’t retwist more than once every three to four weeks. If done too often, it can cause breakage and thinning at the root.

4. Sleep with a silk head wrap or satin bonnet to retain moisture in your locs. Locs tend to shed a lot, so protecting your edges, scalp and locs is crucial.

5. Dreadlocks require products that don’t leave residue or contain harsh chemicals. Look for ones containing natural ingredients that will nourish and protect your hair.

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