Ever since the rise of Ghana weaving in the early 20th century, this hair style seem to have come to stay as it never goes out of fashion and we can all agree to that.
Though internationally, they are called cornrows because of its similarities, but Nigerians are more comfortable calling it Ghana weaving, because it is rumored to have originated from Ghana. Ever since the inception of this hairstyle, almost all African countries have welcomed it with opened arms, even extending it to European countries.
Almost every African or Nigerian girl has had to make Ghana weaving at one point of their lives.
Some amazing things about Ghana weaving is the ability to be versatile with it, it rejuvenates one’s youthful looks and it makes you glow. Ghana weaving fits all ages and we can confirm that it looks amazing on all face types. So if you are contemplating on what style of Ghana weaving you would like to try next, you have nothing to worry about!
Below are chic Ghana weaving all styles that will stand you out.
Anyone can look great in these braids!
Which one are you making next?
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