African hairstyles: styles of yesterday and today
African hairstyling is an art, and this delightful book includes photographs of some 150+ different historical and contemporary hairstyles, organized by region, along with instructions for some of the most popular techniques.
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African Hairstyles ancient Egypt anticlockwise Babatunde Olatunji beads black thread braided upwards braiding and threading Bubbled Sungas design ceremonial occasions chainbraiding Cicely Tyson coiffure comb Combined Cornrowing comrowing cornrowing and hair crown decorated design and connected design is combined divided Eko Bridge ends Fouta Djallon front section Fulani girl hair cornrowed hair is braided hair is twisted hair sculpture hair threading Haircare hairpiece hairstyle Ibadan inch Ipako Elede Karamojong Kudeti Lagos left and right Malagasy Republic Mali Mangbettu Masai Miriam Makeba multiple Okoto design Namibia Nigeria Onigi design opposite bottom left opposite bottom right opposite top left opposite top right pomade right This style scalp section of hair sections and threaded side Snake design spiral strips and braided style combining Styles of Yesterday techniques threaded hair threaded strands Today Esi Sagay top and bottom traditional hairdressers tribe twisted anti-clockwise West Africa woman women wore their hair wrapped Yoruba