Beads are one of the adornments we wear on our bodies to make us appear more attractive. Before we go any further, it's important to understand what adornments are. Beads, bangles, and ear rings are examples of adornments that we wear on our bodies for aesthetic purposes.
Beads are created by stringing individual beads together to produce a cluster of beads. Beads can be worn on the wrist, neck, head, ankle, waist, and other regions of the body.
Ladies in various African countries, such as Ghana, Nigeria, Senegal, and others in the western half of the continent, wear beads.
Beads are worn by women in Nigeria, particularly among the Igbos, at festive occasions and traditional marriages.
Uju Okoli, one of our superstars, recently took to her Instagram page to flaunt her waist bead, which she looks stunning in. She is one of those ladies that enjoys dressing up and appearing cute in her outfits, which is why she is considered to have an excellent understanding of outfit combinations.
In today's society, the majority of women, including Yoruba, Hausa, and Igbo women, wear waist beads to enhance their appearance. Although it has not been verified, many people believe that folks who wear waist beads and leg beads are roadside workers.
What are your thoughts on ladies that wear waist beads?
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