One symbol of Africa's rich cultural heritage is the traditional African hairstyles. It helped to distinguish one culture from another and oftentimes, they even help to identify individuals belonging to a certain tribe and ethnic group.
Today, many of those African cultural hairstyles have crossed the Atlantic into the western world as many popular celebrities across the world have begun to identify themselves with different unique African hairstyles which they tend to portray in a more fashionable way especially in the entertainment industry.
Popular American singer, songwriter and actress rocked different unique African hairstyles in her 'Black is King album' in order to portray the true meaning of the album. As the album was mostly centered on portraying the importance of the black culture.
Rihanna is a popular Barbadian singer, Actress, fashion designer and businesswoman. She was spotted rocking a classic African hairstyle for the May 2020 Vogue magazine, which brought more awareness to the styles displayed by African women. Rihanna also rocked Bantu knots one year later during one of her social outings.
Would you rock any of these African hairstyles as seen on Beyonce and Rihanna?
Kindly leave your comments below.
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