Afro hairstyle is mostly the hair that embraces the natural texture and thickness of a black man's hair. The hair is usually combed up into a rounded shape. Afro became very popular in the 60s and 70s because it signifies the pride of Africa as a race. After a while, it looks like the hairstyle went out of fashion. It should because, fashion is cyclical. It comes and goes within a particular time frame.
Today, it seems as if the afro hairstyle is back in fashion, but not trendy as it was in the ancient days. In our present world, people mostly wear afro Hairstyle when they have traditional function to attend to. Like in schools, during the old school days, students are seen stunning in afro hairstyle and ancient cloth, most especially baggy trousers and shorts with crossing belt.
In line with this, Gozie Okeke, a Nigerian gospel music artiste has taken to his Instagram status to share pictures of himself rocking afro hairstyle with old school fashion outfit, called crossing belt. This is memorable. His outfit really reminds us of the cloths and hairs that were fashionable those days. It reminds us of how our forefathers lived then, even though we were not born then, at least we see them in movies.
Gozie is really proud of African hairs because this type of hair promotes the pride of Africa race.
See photos below:
Photo credit: Instagram
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