The hairstyle of the OvaHimba or Muhimba (southern Angola) indicates age and social status - they are very similar the the Himbas of Northern Namibia. Children have 2 plaits of braided hair. From the onset of puberty the girls' plaits are moved to the face over their eyes, and they can have 2+. Married women wear headdresses with many streams of braided hair. Single men wear 1 plait backwards, while married men wear a turban of many otjize-soaked plaits | ©Mario Gerth
Dula and the News Anchor Lizzet Lopez from "Vive la Mañana" TV morning show of UNIVISION.
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wobeon fest, Austin-tx
Salif Keita and Vivalda Dula at African festival of the Arts, Chicago 2014
Muxinge Village at Kwanza Sul, Angola by Vivalda Dula
Vivalda Dula singing Mazui song at Miller Outdoor Theater