User:ANT2011ANT2011/Hairs styles of the Himba people

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Hairstyles are of an importance in the life of individuals. In Himba tribe, one can be identified by the hairstyle they wear. [1]

For the Himba people hair is also a source of pride and a person's social position in the society is denoted by the way she/he wears his/her hair.[2]

Young Himba boys also wear plaits like young girls. However once a young Himba man is close to marriage age, he wears two parallel plaits running from the top of his head to the back of his neck.[3][4]

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--ANT2011ANT2011 (talk) 23:01, 18 October 2011 (UTC)