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Another example of how African women adorn themselves as a form of beauty.

African and asian cultures wear neck rings to give the appearance of an elongated neck. as a sign of great beauty and wealth.

African Dancers.  Photographer  Hao Qui.  ca. 1987 || Scanned postcard

African Dancers. Photographer Hao Qui. ca. 1987 || Scanned postcard


Portrait of a Ndebele woman in full cultural regalia. The rings women of her tribe wear are called idzila. Practiced on a small scale today, the rings have always been a symbol of wealth and status.

Native East African Women 1909 #dailyconceptive #diarioconceptivo

Native East African Women 1909 #dailyconceptive #diarioconceptivo

Africa |  Little Himba girl from the Kunene Region in northwestern Namibia.  | ©Martin Harvey

Stock-Foto Girl Of The Himba Are Seminomadic Pastoralists Who Inhabit The Kunene Region In Northwestern Namibia Africa Kunene Region Namibia Africa Africa anzeigen.

Natural Fashion from Ethiopia’s Omo ValleyPhotographs by Hans Silvester


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Turkana tribe beauty with big necklace, Kenya. Photo by Eric Lafforgue

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Partial mohawk Admit it- you’ve fantasized about cutting a mohawk just to let people know you’re a bad. African women in many tribes get .