Hair History Lesson: 9 People Who Taught Me About The Depth Of Hair In Kenya

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Photo Credit: Marsha B.

Photo Credit: Marsha B.

Rashid Brandy works in a nail salon in the Westlands neighborhood of Nairobi. When I saw him, I immediately thought, “this guy is definitely an artist.” His style was full of personality. Turns out, Rashid is a Kenyan rapper who calls himself the Traplord.

He bleached the perimeter of his hair while leaving the top locced. The contrast of color was fun, unique, and youthful, much like the Rashid. While in Kenya, I noticed loccs were worn by the younger generation. Much like western culture, the younger men express their individual style through their hair.

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