AFRO HAIR IS ON TOP OF TODAY’S AFRICAN TRENDS AND BLACK CULTURE ALSO!… LET’S FIND OUT WHAT IS THE BEST AND CHEAPEST WAY TO GET AN AFRO AND CURLY HAIR.
It wasn’t that long ago since African slaves met freedom from slavery, it was on 19th Century in 1865. African nations were affected by the occidental world and their proud were taken as they have no choice. Until some good African personalities raised their voices and started, in United States of America, a revenge against those who suppressed them. Ones of those personalities were Malcolm X and Martin Luther King.
Nowadays we live a process of acculturation and African trends are incredibly popular, everyone loves to wear dresses with African patterns and the fashion is full of that, everybody likes to use piercings and necklaces with African patterns.
Fashion is about that, about picking up traditions of different cultures and recreating that in nowadays culture. African trends are certainly ones that should be embraced.
Nowadays is really important to be aware of other cultures and to understand that in international relationships nobody is right and we are always fighting for a better world and for the best way to get along with politics, the man is a “political animal” (John Locke).
To meet African culture I propose for those who are not African a change of look and a good afro hair made at home.
First of all you should pick up some pencils or silver paper rolled in strips, then wash your hair and use some L’Oréal Profissionnel Tecni Art Volume in all of it, which it is a wax for curly hair.Divide the hair in different parts and roll every part, on each pencil or silver paper stripes and hold it with elastic bandages.After rolling all the parts you should pick a hair iron and carefully pass it on each parts of the hair rolled on the pencil, until it is dry.Then take all the elastic bandages and the pencils or the silver paper stripes and shape your hair with the Tecni Art from L’Oréal and that’s ready to go.
Written by Katty Barbosa