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How to wear African waist beads

African waist beads are everywhere; they are getting popular all over the USA in no time. African culture is rich in color, versatility and much more. Traditions and colors are so much full of life and fun that it makes everything lively and fresh. People worldwide, particularly in America, wear African attires, shoes, and accessories to bring that positivity life and freshness in their surroundings and enjoy a glimpse of African culture. Waist beads are one of those fun and practical accessories of African culture.

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Our fascination with jewels, jewelry, and other forms of adornments dates back to prehistoric times. Throughout  human history, jewelry has played an important role in all cultures all over the world. African jewelry and waist beads are no different.

In fact, they are some of the few accessories that have been passed down through generations of African women.

Many women wear them permanently, while others like to pair African waist beads with their favorite dresses on special occasions.


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African Sandals
Africa for a long time was considered to be a dark continent where no great product would come from and be accepted the world over. In this digital age that has come to pass and Africa has become a powerhouse at a global scale from all sectors of the economy be it Agricultural, Fashion, Music or Tourism. With this in mind the African sandal has made tremendous growth in the fashion and lifestyle sector and here are a few tips about the African Sandals.

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How to use African waist beads?

Cultural Symbol:

Women from all cultures and heritage wear waist beads, but there is no doubt that they originate from African culture. Waist beads are taken as pride part of African culture by African women. Black women who live far away from their native countries proudly wear it to remind their ancestral culture and heritage symbol. Waist beads are also essential accessories to be worn on a celebration at their cultural events.

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