1) all backs and bases
This is the most basic hairstyle ever made, and you can’t go wrong. As a child, it’s common to put beads on this to make sure the beads aren’t always standing still.
This is another hairstyle popular with girls in the early years. “Patewo”, which means “applause” in the Yoruba language, is made in such a way that the hair appears to be “clapping” on the top of the head. increase. An elegant hairstyle. As adults, many still have their twists here and there.
3) who is in the garden
There is a shuku (garden girl) in the middle of the hair and the outer part (garden) is made to fall around the head. was given.
4) Evelyn King
Base in the front, ‘patewo’ in the middle, all back in the back, this busy hair takes a while to pull but the results were always worth the wait so young girls are ready to sit it down It was beautiful. She can also be combined with beads and attachments.
Shuku is a classic hairstyle that is said to have been passed down from ancestors. This upturned hairstyle is one of the most famous hairstyles and represents the imprint of African culture.