Check out throwback pics of how "naija" women hairstyles have evolved over time
By Fashjosh | self meida writer
Published 21 days ago - 2 views
The head is the crown of each lady and more also the male gender in Nigeria, most times a lady develops her hair to depict her gentility. Sometime in the distant past, Nigerian ladies cherished tangling (otherwise called didi adimole) their hair.
Most Nigerian ladies have a specific types of hair they love, they will suffer long periods of torment just to accomplish a specific look which they thought about lovely.
Women have countless numbers of hairdo which include "Kolese", "clap", "patewo", "Fulani hairdos", "suku" and strung hair, these were the pattern during the 90's.
Indeed, with the wake of the internet, numerous Nigerian ladies lost their love for the local hairdos and shift their attraction towards foreign hairdo.
The Brazilian hairdo which became accepted by almost all Nigerian ladies had made Nigerian ladies fail to remember their foundations and now essentially love horse hair or "human" hair. Not giving in consideration the origin of the hair.
Recently, Nigerian ladies have begun accepting their foundations by and by.
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