Woman with feather and other hair ornaments, Oulad-Hamid, Sudan.  Photo: Bernatzik, first half of 20th century. | Photo and text from the book Hair in African Art and Culture, Edit by Roy Sieber and Frank Herreman, The Museum for African Art, New York, 2000.

Woman with feather and other hair ornaments, Oulad-Hamid, Sudan. Photo: Bernatzik, first half of 20th century. | Photo and text from the book Hair in African Art and Culture, Edit by Roy Sieber and Frank Herreman, The Museum for African Art, New York, 2000.

Afrika Africa

Afrika Africa

Maghreb Jewish Woman | Photographer Jean Besancenot ?

Maghreb Jewish Woman | Photographer Jean Besancenot ?

Boy with plait (ozondato and ondengura neckband,Himba, Namibia, Africa   Photo dated: Anneliese Scherz, 1940's

Boy with plait (ozondato and ondengura neckband,Himba, Namibia, Africa Photo dated: Anneliese Scherz, 1940's

Africa | " Sudd (aka Bahr al Jabal, As Sudd or Al Sudd) .... Jonglei, South Sudan | ©Kazuyohi Nomachi

Africa | " Sudd (aka Bahr al Jabal, As Sudd or Al Sudd) .... Jonglei, South Sudan | ©Kazuyohi Nomachi

Africa | Elaborate headdress worn by a woman in Nigeria.  ca, 1960 | ©unknown

Africa | Elaborate headdress worn by a woman in Nigeria. ca, 1960 | ©unknown

Essays on Life, Art and Science: HAIRSTYLES IN AFRICAN CULTURE

Essays on Life, Art and Science: HAIRSTYLES IN AFRICAN CULTURE

Wow!

Wow!

Mwila octopus hairstyle - Angola  by Eric Lafforgue Hairstyles are very important and meaningful in Mwila culture. Women coat their hair with a red paste called, oncula, which is made of crushed red stone. They also put a mix of oil, crushed tree bark, dried cow dung and herbs on their hair.

Mwila octopus hairstyle - Angola by Eric Lafforgue Hairstyles are very important and meaningful in Mwila culture. Women coat their hair with a red paste called, oncula, which is made of crushed red stone. They also put a mix of oil, crushed tree bark, dried cow dung and herbs on their hair.

Funky hair

Funky hair

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