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BEAUTY WITHOUT BORDERS: Mongolian headdress. One of the most colorful and original items of Mongolian national dress is the traditional head wear. The Mongolian headdresses differs in shape and purpose.

August, 1975- Earmarks of wealth among the Fulanis, giant gold ornaments festoon a woman at Dialloube. Fulanis are an ethnic group spread over many countries, predominantly in West Africa.

“August, Earmarks of wealth among the Fulanis, giant gold ornaments festoon a woman at Dialloube; a head strap often helps support the heavy earrings. As a family’s fortunes increase, more gold may be hammered onto the jewelry.

Legong Dancer Print By Dana Edmunds -

Legong Dancer Art Print by Dana Edmunds - Printscapes

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10 Tribal Hairstyles We Wish We Could Pull Off

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A Tuareg Girl:  The Tuareg are a Berber people with a traditionally nomadic pastoralist lifestyle.  Most Tuareg live in the Saharan parts of Niger and Mali but, being nomadic, there is constant movement across national borders, and small groups of Tuareg are also found in southeastern Algeria, southwestern Libya and northern Burkina Faso, and a small community in northern Nigeria.

A Tuareg girl, an indigenous, nomadic people of north Africa. I would like to see the rest of the hair to see the whole hair style.

These traditional native clothing are mesmerizing, from the jewelry down to the footwear

Hamer people, Ethiopia [Oh yeah? Well my auntie made my dress and I am totally spectacular. Oh and btw, I'm going Amurrica to play ball with the Phoenix Mercury.

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Turkana tribe beauty with big necklace, Kenya. Photo by Eric Lafforgue

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Body Scarification: Mursi tribe of Ethiopia

Love this it's beautiful "Proud Primitives, the Nuba People" by Oskar and Horst Luz @ National Geographic November 1966 // "In the mountains of southern Sudan some 50 groups perpetuate distinctive dialects and customs, including whole- body scarification"

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