In Igbo culture, hairdressing has always been regarded as a work of art, even before the coming of the colonialists. Women use accessories such as cowries, beads, coins, and even mud with colourful ores to beautify their hair.
This piece is a celebration of that practice.
- 927 x 1200 px, GIF (1.5 MB)
- This is a signed and limited edition digital creation.
What does this mean?
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