Easy hair braiding style for Ethiopian women

During our childhood, most of us braided our hair before heading to school. Remember? Our mothers no longer run behind us to braid our hair now that we are adults, but did you know there are some fantastic benefits to braiding your hair? We don’t have the time to care for our hair the way our moms and grandmothers did when we were kids. It’s time to relive those times. Begin braiding your hair once more.
Albaso braids, also known as Shuruba, are a traditional Ethiopian hairstyle worn by Habesha women in Ethiopia and today’s Eritrea.
This Ethiopian braid has 5 to 7 thick cornrows and alternate thin cornrows, as well as a full kinky hair behind it.

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