Before Nigerian women started looking alike in bob human hair wigs and bone straight wigs, they also looked very much alike with these hairstyles in the mid 2000s. Then if you didn’t have any of these hairstyles on your head then, you never know what’s up.
Sleeping Didi Patewo
You see this hairstyle? Both young and old women were rocking this hairstyle with their smitten edges and soul. Just buy one pack of #350 X-pression attachment and meet one Yoruba woman to make it for you and who is Queen Eliza next to you? One thing that was sure was that you must buy Damatol along with your attachment for the uprising boils at the center of the back of your head.
Making Etisalat then wasn’t only just a girl’s dream hairstyle but it was a bad bitch hairstyle because our aunties then made sure the braids were long. It was also easy to get done. Find a good hairdresser that can make perfect Ghana weaving and you’re set.
Heavily influenced by the Nigerian female artists, this hairstyle was for only the minds that dared to buy weavons and suffer the risk of cutting the weavon with pure uncertainty of the hairstyle fitting them or not. Only Mocheddah could rock this hairstyle effortlessly then.
Etisalat was for bad bi*ches, zigzag was for the baddest bi*ches. Inspired by our favorite singer, Alicia Keys who steadily had this hairstyle on lock, our Nigerian baddest bi*ches wore this hairstyle to secondary school, Uni, we won’t be surprised if they wore it on their wedding day because this hairstyle wasn’t for ordinary babes. Even our men joined in the trend because it was that great.
Pick and Drop
Almost all Nigerian women had their hair relaxed then which made it a lot easier to make pick and drop. As you’re picking the front hair, that’s how the front hair is dropping off from your scalp. This hairstyle really emphasized on using the matching shade of attachment with your hair because if you used black attachments for your golden coloured relaxed hair, we left it to the gods to decide.
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