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HEADWRAP

Many different cultures across the African diaspora wrap or cover their hair for non-religious reasons. In 18th century Louisiana, tignon laws were passed, demanding that free women of color, who were at times racially ambiguous, cover their hair with cloth to signify being of lower class.

 

But by using vibrant fabrics, women transformed the tignon into a gorgeous accessory.

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