While it’s difficult to know for certain where braiding originated, it has been found in all cultures of the world, including Asia, Africa, Egypt, Europe and the Americas. Braiding in Africa can be traced back to 3500 B.C., but there is evidence that the practice began much earlier.
The earliest evidence of hair braiding is found on various ancient pieces of art. For example, The Venus of Brassempouy, a bust that’s nearly 25,000 years old, sports a braided hairstyle. Braids were also commonly depicted in Egyptian drawings. The types of braids used varied from culture to culture and even among social classes.
Some beautiful braided hairs:
Braids are an easy and so pleasant way to forget about hair styling for months, give your hair some rest and protect it from harsh environmental factors.
Braided hairstyles make space for creativity. There are many interesting braiding techniques to make every head unique. Besides, you can experiment with highlights, natural or curly texture, clips, patterns, shapes, etc.
Natural perm and hair thickness is your big plus and a unique bonus that you simply can’t leave unused. Your hair, that you might have been complaining of before, is created for braids. So why not to use this idea to your advantage?