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Connie Sets Record Straight About Her Natural Hair

Connie Ferguson

Connie Ferguson took to Instagram recently to clear up any confusion her fans had about her natual hair

The actress posted a picture of her curly hairdo on her page that had some people asking questions about her real hair.

Despite occasionally wearing weaves, Connie is known to proudly wear her hair natural both on and off set.

Connie Ferguson

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She is often praised for embracing her real hair, and has inspired other women to do the same. But a picture showing Connie with curly hair that seemed to be a bit longer than her usual length, caused some confusion among her fans.

While many admired the snap she posted of her gorgeous hairdo, some debated whether it was her real hair or not.

“It’s natural hair nice,” one follower commented, while another pointed out that it was a weave.

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Connie set the record straight by sharing two side-by-side pictures of herself

“To clear confusion, left pic is my hair (as seen currently on #TheQueenMzansi ), and right pic weave added for volume and curl (sic)” she wrote.

Real hair or fake, there is no denying Connie looks gorgeous in whatever hairstyle she rocks.

At the age of 46, she is still considered one of South Africa’s most beautiful women, and we don’t see that changing anytime soon.

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