In Africa, cornrow hairstyles can be used to express one's ethnicity, age, status, kinship, and/or religion. They also make a popular fashion statement throughout the Western world. Cornrows have been around for thousands of years: many pieces of ancient African art feature representations of cornrows. For African tribes to maintain their status as a cultural touchstone is vital for keeping a culture alive. The cornrows that make up the Indian Indian tribes of Australia and New Zealand have been known as longbows or bush-crosses. Many traditional Indian hairstyles (like the cowboy haircut) were traditionally fashioned for cornrows. Cornrow hairstyles often come in different shapes and...This content is based on data from multiple web sources. If you see any errors, please contact us.
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