🎞THE “GODDESS” OF NAMIBIA-HIMBA WOMEN
The Himba are a tribe of pastoralists who live in Kaokoland, a vast stretch of land in northwestern Namibia and bordered by Angola to the north and the Skeleton Coast and Atlantic Ocean to the west.
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Their elaborately braided hair, skin and clothes covered in a mixture of ground red rock and butter, the women of Namibia’s Himba tribe are a striking sight
The jewellery collection includes a heavy torque made from iron electric fence wire.
Before reaching the puberty girls have only two hair braids. Himba bride use headdress called ekori. The front coil of her ekori rolled forward as she leaves her parental home. Made from the finest hide and passed down from generation to generation, the ekori is traditionally worn by brides on their journeys to their new homes. There is a headdress from women and for teenager.
ohhh and the brides!
Before reaching the puberty girls have only two hair braids.