2018 Braided Hairstyle Ideas for Black Women
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Ms Brownie Just say “other people” It just sounds weird when you say “They” as if their aliens and shiz. It’s not going to break their hair, considering they do braids anyways. Woah Vicky, for example, braids her hair into box braids and her hair is just fine.
Amy Kies I said you to speak to a wider spectrum of people, don't dig deep into my words, I didn't mean for it to cause offence. And if white people try the hairstyles it may break their hair due to their hair being of different texture
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Most of these styles do originate from black culture / Africa. We invented these styles not whites. Yes whites where Dutch braids or two braids and one braids.However , these styles are made by us and in Africa some have a specific meaning.
margine louis I won't be ofended but braids dont came from black culture but from native americans.... and if u pay atention all the beautiful women in this video are black.
I'm just saying that hairstyles, music and dance are not about skin color
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Ericka Hargrove ..am from Armenia🇦🇲 but still love diversity ...for example my elder brother has dark skin ,me medium but my little brother has very -very white skin 😍😍😍🤗🤗🤗 and its so fantastic ..nobady can say that we are siblings 😊😁
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