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Mwila giant necklace - Angola. Mwila (or Mwela, Mumuhuila, or Muhuila) women are famous for their very special hairstyles. Hairstyles are very important and meaningful in Mwila culture. Women coat their hair with a red paste called, oncula, which is made of crushed red stone. They also put a mix of oil, crushed tree bark, dried cow dung and herbs on their hair. Besides they decorate their hairstyle with beads, cauri shells (real or plastic ones) and even dried food. Shaving the forehead is…

Mwila giant necklace - Angola. Mwila (or Mwela, Mumuhuila, or Muhuila) women are famous for their very special hairstyles. Hairstyles are very important and meaningful in Mwila culture. Women coat their hair with a red paste called, oncula, which is made of crushed red stone. They also put a mix of oil, crushed tree bark, dried cow dung and herbs on their hair. Besides they decorate their hairstyle with beads, cauri shells (real or plastic ones) and even dried food. Shaving the forehead is…

Africa | Portrait of a Mumuhuila woman - Angola | © Roland Vriesema People of the world.beautiful

Africa | Portrait of a Mumuhuila woman - Angola | © Roland Vriesema People of the world.beautiful

Mwila octopus hairstyle - Angola  by Eric Lafforgue Hairstyles are very important and meaningful in Mwila culture. Women coat their hair with a red paste called, oncula, which is made of crushed red stone. They also put a mix of oil, crushed tree bark, dried cow dung and herbs on their hair.

Mwila octopus hairstyle - Angola by Eric Lafforgue Hairstyles are very important and meaningful in Mwila culture. Women coat their hair with a red paste called, oncula, which is made of crushed red stone. They also put a mix of oil, crushed tree bark, dried cow dung and herbs on their hair.

Red-crested Turaco ~ Photo by Earl Reinink Brought to you by Cookies In Bloom and Hannah's Caramel Apples   www.cookiesinbloom.com   www.hannahscaramelapples.com

Red-crested Turaco ~ Photo by Earl Reinink Brought to you by Cookies In Bloom and Hannah's Caramel Apples www.cookiesinbloom.com www.hannahscaramelapples.com

Paul the Octopus haircut in Mwila tribe - Angola by Eric Lafforgue_Mwila women are famous for their very special hairstyles. Women coat their hair with a red paste called, oncula, which is made of crushed red stone. They also put a mix of oil, crushed tree bark, dried cow dung and herbs on their hair. Besides they decorate their hairstyle with beads, cauri shells and even dried food. The plaits, which look like dreadlocks, are called nontombi.

Paul the Octopus haircut in Mwila tribe - Angola by Eric Lafforgue_Mwila women are famous for their very special hairstyles. Women coat their hair with a red paste called, oncula, which is made of crushed red stone. They also put a mix of oil, crushed tree bark, dried cow dung and herbs on their hair. Besides they decorate their hairstyle with beads, cauri shells and even dried food. The plaits, which look like dreadlocks, are called nontombi.

Mwila octopus hairstyle - Angola  by Eric Lafforgue Hairstyles are very important and meaningful in Mwila culture. Women coat their hair with a red paste called, oncula, which is made of crushed red stone. They also put a mix of oil, crushed tree bark, dried cow dung and herbs on their hair.

Mwila octopus hairstyle - Angola by Eric Lafforgue Hairstyles are very important and meaningful in Mwila culture. Women coat their hair with a red paste called, oncula, which is made of crushed red stone. They also put a mix of oil, crushed tree bark, dried cow dung and herbs on their hair.

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