Rwanda, last queen, Rosalie Gicanda, married King Mutara Rudahigwa (Mutara II), Tutsi tribesman
Shilluk man of South Sudan with traditional hair from about Join us on safari to see the people of south sudan.
Significant Tutsi. Rwanda-Urundi (now Rwanda and Burundi). Traditional hairstyle called 'amasunzu' worn only by men and young girls.
Wa Tutsi man of Rwanda. The Tutsi Are The Second Largest Population Division Among The Three Largest Groups In Rwanda And Burundi; The Other Two Being The Hutu (largest) And The Twa (smallest).
Rwandan bride and bridesmaids… Beautiful
Last King of Rwanda Mutara Rudahigwa (Mutara II, was a Tutsi tribesman) with his wife, Queen of Rwanda, Rosalie Gicanda.
// 'Amasunzu' hairstyle, Ruanda-Urundi, prior to 1940
The Amasunzu Is the Retro-Future of Hair
gentleman from Rwanda
Smiling girl - Rwanda
Amasunzu hairstyle from Rwanda / Burundi prevalent among the Tutsi
Queen Gicanda Rwanda Tutsi Queen Rosalie Gicanda was assassinated
the amasunzu, the traditional hair style of Rwandans, mostly men. In its heyday, the amasunzu was worn in more than 30 ways, created by cutting a chunk of hair on the side and working it into a wave pattern as it grows over time
Last queen of Rwanda, Rosalie Gicanda, married King Mutara Rudahigwa (Mutara II, was a Tutsi tribesman), 1942
West Africa Collection of vintage postcards and photographic prints of the lovely hairstyles worn by the Fula (Fulani/Fulbe) women of Guinea
Afro-Punks take note - portrait of Zulu man, South Africa, circa 1938
Similar to Samurai helmets Fulani hairstyles
Nasara, one of the wives of Akenge with typical fan-shaped style of the Zande, Democratic Republic Congo.
African Women - Princess Emma Bakayishonga, daughter of King (Mwami) Yuhi wa V Musinga and sister of King Mutara III Rudahigwa.
woman portrait face of a girl with Freckles