It is day two of the Durban University of Technology (DUT) Autumn Graduation in the Midlands and it was all eyes on the Faculty of Accounting and Informatics and the focus is on how sleek their hairstyles were and how the ladies laid those edges!
Graduation season is commonly known for being stressful and sometimes graduands struggle to prepare and commit to everything at once. One has to find the best and trusted hairstylist in town, the best reviewed make-up artist in town, the best tailor and the list goes on.
The ladies showed up ready to start the show. Giving breath taking hairstyles, from braids to cuts and all the way to the weave installations.
One of the graduates that graduated Cum Laude, Afika Nyakaza: Diploma in Accounting gladly shared the story behind her perfectly laid blonde 12 inches bob weave. Nyakaza expressed her excitement through words, and she proved that one can have both the looks and brains. “I want to give credit to Sidoni (dolled_by_sidoni) for the installation of my blonde frontal weave. I love it and I am owning it accordingly,” she said.
Mbusi Dubazane who graduated for her National Diploma in Accounting also shared the inspiration behind the hairstyle.
“I take this graduation as my first wedding. My aim with this hairstyle was to really leave a breath-taking statement. This is my big special day, and I had the responsibility to make the best of it,” said Dubazane.
The graduation hall was filled with glitz, glam and absolute elegance served by the graduates from the Faculty of Accounting and Informatics. Modiegi Sape who graduated for her Diploma in Accounting rocked zig-zag cornrows and completed her look with her ‘on fleek’ make up.
Looks were served and the Faculty of Accounting and Informatics did not miss the memo when it comes to hairstyles. They understood the assignment.
Pictured: Mbusi Dubazane, Afika Nyakaza, Modiegi Kgadi Mary and Nomcebo Ndovela
Photograph: Khulasande Tshayile