A woman’s hair contributes to her beauty because the hairstyle she carries helps to mould her face and that is one reason women change hairstyles from braids to fixing, and low-cut and afro et al… This is in order to alternate their looks and know which hairstyle(s) looks good on them so they can stick to it, but there is one secret about you and every Nigerian lady and their hairstyles; you can actually tell a Nigerian lady’s mood or her current mode from her hairstyle. These amazing hairstyles give different meanings. Here’s the interpretation below;
1. LOW CUT= TIRED MODE:
If you see a lady on low cut, it means only one thing, which is: she is tired of making the hair and wants to take a break. She is tired of the Peruvian, Brazillian, Indian, Mongolian and all sorts of human hair you can ever think of. You can also call it the natural mode.
2. BRAIDS= EXAM OR BUSY MODE:
When a female Nigerian student in the University is writing her exams, go check it, most times ninety percent of them wear braids, Ghana weaving or twisting. Thus, these tell that a lady is in the exam or busy mood. It is so because the hairstyles helps save brushing or combing time for revising or reading as the case maybe.
3. BANTU= ECCENTRIC, TRADITIONAL OR ETHNIC:
There are times you just want to do those odd and funny ancient Nok art or Simbi hairstyles like the Bantu hairstyle. It tells that you just feel like being DIFFERENT.
4. WEAVON= CELEBRATION MODE:
Weavon tells that you are in a celebration or feeling yourself mode, which is like the mood most girls usually are going by the fact that it is the hairstyle they wear the most. They just love to feel themselves in the Brazillian, Peruvian, Chinese and all the different types of hair available.
Indeed, your hairstyle defines your mood![mashshare text="This is my custom share text"]
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