By Naomi Ingosi
Learning How to Headwrap
Head Wraps, Head Bands, head scarves and head ties, all different names and ways with which to accessories, protect your mane, or even hide it during a bad hair day, whether you want to wrap your mane for fashion, religious or cultural reasons, knowing more ways than one to do is very helpful.Unless you grew up in an African Village or grew up with a mom or grandma showing you how to do it, chances are like the rest of us city girls, you have no clue which end of the scarf to shorten.Head wraps and turbans work so well on styled hair, natural and processed hair, long or short too
Check out how to head wrap very easy style even for beginners by @thebrilliantbeauty
I loooove braids, love them love them (/insert love eyes Emoji)
Protective hairstyles for the African Natural hair texture and trend is in huge demand, and at most times expensive and very time consuming (5-10hrs) to get the whole head done in those beautiful skinny twists,(insert sad Emoji) good thing is, it is all worth it.
Watch @forevercryssy as she shows you how to do Senegalese/Ghana braid twists, check out her INSTAGRAM➜ https://www.instagram.com/forevercrys…
fashion take over
African fashion, culture, prints and designers are seen all over the world and many are making waves in the industry, Clearly the world is fascinated by all this, So why has African Fashion not taken over Paris, Milan and New York catwalks?
CNBCAFRICA Anchor @Mozipho Mbanjwa did an interview with South African Design Giants @DavidTlale and @JJschoeman on this same question
This issue appears to be as complicated as the patent on African Prints
The London african fashion week
The world is watching and loving what they see in African Fashion.This year’s show was graced by designers who flew from Africa, there was plenty of Ankara, Kitenge, traditional dresses. my fav prints were custom made prints and fabric by @George Adesegun.There were plenty of Non-African designers doing African Fashion and African designers born and living outside of Africa showcasing.The organizer @AnnaMarieBennedict says over 800 African Designers have had an opportunity to showcase, sale and network, it has been wonderful and promises it will only get better
Get your machines out and get ready for The African Fashion Week London 2018