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Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by Nobody: 7:14pm On Nov 07, 2010
IGBO ---> Too fine. . . .

Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by ezeagu(m): 7:15pm On Nov 07, 2010
When did Yoruba women start wearing these head ties, is it a Brazilian thing?
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by Nobody: 7:18pm On Nov 07, 2010
ezeagu:

When did Yoruba women start wearing these head ties, is it a Brazilian thing?

LOL, as things modernized, Yoruba women's hairstyle and clothes changed.
No, it's not a Brazillian thing, it's a Yoruba thing.
The clothing styles/ texture of clothes that we wore today were not what we wore before.


@Post
IGBO

Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by Nobody: 7:21pm On Nov 07, 2010
YORUBA

Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by Nobody: 7:21pm On Nov 07, 2010
YORUBA ---> In okun o!

Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by Nobody: 7:23pm On Nov 07, 2010
My gosh, I'll def call this Yoruba make-up artist for my own tongue grin

She is gooooood!!
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by Nobody: 7:25pm On Nov 07, 2010
YORUBA

Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by spikedcylinder: 7:28pm On Nov 07, 2010


She's really fine.
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by Nobody: 7:34pm On Nov 07, 2010
YORUBA








Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by Nobody: 7:58pm On Nov 07, 2010
YORUBA

Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by Nobody: 9:25pm On Nov 07, 2010
YORUBA

Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by EzeUche0(m): 9:49pm On Nov 07, 2010
I am not suppose to covet another man's wife but looking at these pics are making it hard for me o!
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by r231: 11:18pm On Nov 07, 2010
nice pictures
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by Nobody: 11:56pm On Nov 07, 2010
Ileke-IdI:

^^^ there's no long hair in the pix.

Anywaz, if black women used to have that kind of long hair, goes to show how westernized products have affected our hair growth undecided

@ Ileke-IdI to answer your question about their hair being woven in or a wig. Hair is very important in the Efik tribe. That is why you will find a lot of hairy Calabar (Efik) babes. In the days of old the Efik women regarded their hair as a symbol of their femininity; therefore, they cherished their curly locks and were forbidden to cut them.  Efik women inherently had very long hair (before perm & relaxers was introduced). The only time that their hair was allowed to be cut was in the event that punishment was being met out. The severed locks were then braided to the ends of a bride’s hair thereby giving it the long lengthy. Golden combs are used as a final decorative touch. Nowadayes, they just use weave to capture the same look smiley
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by Nobody: 12:18am On Nov 08, 2010
Itsekiri of Delta traditional wedding

Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by chic2pimp(m): 12:19am On Nov 08, 2010
^^^^ Chei Delta Chics Sabi Fyne oooo shocked shocked kiss

How Comes Our Miss World Contestants Aren't This Pretty? . . . . . . . . Or Were These Pics PhotoShopped?
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by Nobody: 2:58am On Nov 08, 2010
kalabari_bride

Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by Nobody: 3:02am On Nov 08, 2010
chic2pimp:

^^^^ Chei Delta Chics Sabi Fyne oooo shocked shocked kiss

How Comes Our Miss World Contestants Aren't This Pretty? . . . . . . . . Or Were These Pics PhotoShopped?

Because some women would rather not use their puzz for the Nigeria's Miss awards. And some peepz got connections wink

Nigerian women re beautiful period. Money to take care of their cosmetic needs is another issue, others have the money.

margaritav:

@ Ileke-IdI to answer your question about their hair being woven in or a wig. Hair is very important in the Efik tribe. That is why you will find a lot of hairy Calabar (Efik) babes. In the days of old the Efik women regarded their hair as a symbol of their femininity; therefore, they cherished their curly locks and were forbidden to cut them.  Efik women inherently had very long hair (before perm & relaxers was introduced). The only time that their hair was allowed to be cut was in the event that punishment was being met out. The severed locks were then braided to the ends of a bride’s hair thereby giving it the long lengthy. Golden combs are used as a final decorative touch. Nowadayes, they just use weave to capture the same look smiley
Thank you oooooooo.

Are you efik?
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by Nobody: 3:14am On Nov 08, 2010
Are you efik?
[quote][/quote]

Yes I am.
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by Nobody: 3:19am On Nov 08, 2010
Ibibio

Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by Nobody: 3:22am On Nov 08, 2010
Urhobo Dancers at a wedding

Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by Nobody: 3:23am On Nov 08, 2010
Urhobo

Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by chic2pimp(m): 2:27pm On Nov 08, 2010
Ileke-IdI:

Because some women would rather not use their puzz for the Nigeria's Miss awards. And some peepz got connections wink

Nigerian women re beautiful period. Money to take care of their cosmetic needs is another issue, others have the money.
True say sha. Nigerians are some of the most beautiful peeps in the world wink.
Some of the Women I've seen on this thread alone are comfortably prettier than our so called Miss World,Miss Universe contestants.
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by sbeezy8: 7:42pm On Nov 08, 2010
Ileke-IdI:

IGBO ---> Too fine. . . .


shes DEF muslim from edo her dad is senator kassim oyofo - the chick fine thhhooo

Ileke-IdI:

@Post
IGBO



and this chick is from lagos and is the third wife of razak okoya

shesss not even cute
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by Nobody: 6:57am On Nov 09, 2010
sbeezy8:

shes DEF muslim from edo her dad is senator kassim oyofo - the chick fine thhhooo

and this chick is from lagos and is the third wife of razak okoya

shesss not even cute

Nawa oooooooooo.

So no be only Yoruba dey do polygamy ROTFL.
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by Nobody: 6:59am On Nov 09, 2010

Huh?

What is this? IS the man marrying 3 wives @same time?

chic2pimp:

True say sha. Nigerians are some of the most beautiful peeps in the world wink.
Some of the Women I've seen on this thread alone are comfortably prettier than our so called Miss World,Miss Universe contestants.
wink
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by Nobody: 7:10am On Nov 09, 2010






Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by Nobody: 7:12am On Nov 09, 2010
Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by Nobody: 7:14am On Nov 09, 2010
YORUBA







Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by Nobody: 7:16am On Nov 09, 2010
YORUBA



Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by Nobody: 7:25am On Nov 09, 2010
YORUBA




HMM Mami, you hot like fiyah wink



Re: Post Pictures Of Traditional Weddings. by Nobody: 7:33am On Nov 09, 2010
YORUBA




Nawa o, e be like say gele na big business all over the world. I want my own share of money sha, am def in the right major grin

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