Pupil in Asmara Eritrea   © Eric Lafforgue  www.ericlafforgue.com

***My best friend in high school, Senait, was born in and partially raised in Eritrea. This baby looks JUST like her lol :)*** Eritrea - Pupil in Asmara

African Beauty - Fanti woman circa 1900, from Adire African Textiles blog.

"Gold coast, Fanti Woman" - Photography series by F.H Arkhurst in Grand Bassam, Ivory Coast.taken between 1900 and 1910 along Africa's coast from Niger Delta to Ivory Coast.

Glamour e cultura popular. Música, moda, decoração, tecnologia, curiosidades, natureza, luxo, futilidades e muito mais. Às vezes, um papo sério.

Glamour e cultura popular. Música, moda, decoração, tecnologia, curiosidades, natureza, luxo, futilidades e muito mais. Às vezes, um papo sério.

Credit: JD ’Ohkai Ojeikere/Gallery Fifty One, Antwerp Suku sinero/Kiko, 1974

Photography: African hair styles – in pictures

Late Nigerian photographer JD 'Okhai Ojeikere was noted for his extraordinary series of African hairstyles. Here are the best, writes Corinne Jones

Werk!

Geles: A Nigerian Womans Must Have. The History Behind Geles - Culture - Nairaland (mdoula)

Africa |  Image and text taken from Angela Fisher's Africa Adorned ' Much Bella jewellery shows the influence of their former masters. This photo shows and unusually wealthy women from Mali who wears glass and carnelian tanfouk (Talhakimt) pendants in her hair, smaller versions of the Agadez cross and silver sings set with carnelians (traditionally men's finger rings), all of which are Tuareg in design. |  ©  Angela Fisher, 1987 #tribal

Women from Mali who wears glass and carnelian tanfouk (Talhakimt) pendants in her hair, smaller versions of the Agadez cross and silver sings set with carnelians (traditionally men's finger rings), all of which are Tuareg in design.

African traditional hairstyles then and now: In Africa, from East to West, across the Sahel region, the women of the ethnic groups that have preserved their ancestral customs are a testimony to the fact that no study of ancient Egyptian culture is complete outside of the context of modern African traditions. The sidelock of youth: 18th dynasty Great Royal Wife Ankhesenamun; a Mbororo young woman of Cameroun, West Africa; 19th dynasty Royal son Khaemwaset, from a tomb in the Valley of the…

Ombre Hair Color Trends - Is The Silver #GrannyHair Style

Someone reported my photo of the topless desert nomad! Did her beautiful brown nipples offend your life? Society got us twisted. Don't sexualize something so pure. Dem always been sexy

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