African tribal girls

Collection by Ilap Smith • Last updated 10 weeks ago


Vanessa Banigo Be Your Own #WCW: Pelvis Has Left The Building? Don’t Panic! | BN Style

Pelvis has left the building? Don’t panic! Your guide to tightening your pelvic floor Sometimes your biggest, most life-changing transformations come from deep within and no one really notices them. Well perhaps they notice the spring in your step but they think maybe it’s Maybelline and not that your pelvic floor is like a newly sprung mattress. Our pelvic floor is one of those things we take for granted. Most don’t know anything about it until they’ve had a few kids or reached fifty then…

Editorial: Geechi Vigilantes's "Staying Rooted" Photo Series

Albino baby girl and her Mwila mother - Angola

This mwila tribewoman was in Hale and came to me, showing a blue cap coming out from her clothes. i first did not understood there was a baby under this cap. Then she opened her clothes to let appear this albino baby girl. She had some little dreadlocks and was incredibly white. The mother was proud to pause for the picture and discovered the magic of polaroid! I have seen many albinos people in Angola, in the tribes. They are mainly in very bad health, as the sun is very hot there…

Skin like Silk😍

All We Ever Did Was Be Black Slogan Tee celebrates the movement of black vibes matter everywhere.


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Gabra girl, Northern Kenya

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My name is Jaap. 65 yr. male. Blogger from the Netherlands, Hollanda. Working with homeless people and people with multi problems. In this blog I try to get smile-photos out of every country ( about 236 countrys ) in the world. The value of a smile. A smile costs nothing, but it means much. It enriches those who receives it and doesn't make poor the person who gives it. Though a smile may be given only once, the memory of it may last forever. The rich cannot survive without a smile, the poor…


ॐ India ॐ Jannat Haiॐ Mannat Hai ॐ

ॐ India ॐ Jannat Haiॐ Mannat Hai ॐ. 76,789 likes · 3,821 talking about this. ॐ India not a Country but a Separate World ॐ

Mirror Reflections – Sudan & Russia

Wodaabe woman Life in Sudan “Facial scarification” serves both as a means of establishing tribal identity and a way to enhance physical beauty. The curved pattern of cow horns on the fo…

Black Hair, The Afrocomb & Slavery | Interesting History Facts

History of Black Self-Hatred in the styling of Black Hair during & after Slavery in the Black African American History video documentary: The Inferiority Seed

30 Headwraps for the Long, Short and Loc’ed Part 1

by Lisa of Lisa a la Mode Headwraps aren’t new. I’m sure many of us have seen women dressed in traditional African attire, including elaborate and intricately designed headdresses. Today we’re seei…

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