1970s beads and braids | 16 Stunning Photos of Natural Nigerian Hairstyles From the 1960s and ...

16 Stunning Photos of Natural Nigerian Hairstyles From the 1960s and 70s

Nigerian Hairstyles. photo from my last photo shoot.

The Chicago-based artist is making headlines once again; this time, for the ethereal headpiece worn by Solange Knowles during her 'Saturday Night Live' debut.

Natural Nigerian Hairstyles From the 1960s and 70s

16 Stunning Photos of Natural Nigerian Hairstyles From the 1960s and 70s

There's not much more to add, it seems fulani braids is what is trending amongst women across the world from Africa to brazil to USA. It seems what Alicia Key used to rock casually is now a fad. What sparked it is unknown but it's world wide and trending. We brought you many pictures of how you can wear it as well as Nigerian super songstress rocking them. Now all we need is for Kim Kardashian to wear them so the fake news can claim she started it. lol. See More Look Books Here. Ghana...

There's not much more to add, it seems fulani braids is what is trending amongst women across the world from Africa to brazil to USA. It seems what Alicia Key

Nigerian photographer J.D. Okhai Ojeikere magnificently documents the ephemeral world of hair in his photographic series, Hairstyles. Ojeikere has taken more than 1,000 portraits of Nigerian women since the 60′s whom he’s encountered in daily living from the streets, at work or parties.

Okhai Ojeikere was a Nigerian photographer known for his works on numerous hairstyles found in Nigeria. ‘Hairstyles’ is his most known collection depicting the unique image of the African woman.

Over his lifetime, acclaimed Nigerian photographer, J.D. Okhai Ojeikere, photographed thousands of hairstyles worn by Nigerian and African women. Today, these photographs have been seen around the...

Lagos-based photographer Medina Dugger puts a modern spin on ancient Nigerian braiding traditions

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Howdy ladies, hope you're enjoying the weekend. Here are nigerian cornrow hairstyles you can try for your next hairdo, they are recent hair designs that add more to beauty and make you standout in any gathering or workplace.

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