"Cornrows originated in Africa and the Caribbean — their very name indicates agriculture, planting, and labor. “In Trinidad, we call them ‘cane rows,’ because of slaves planting sugar cane,” says Patrice Grell Yursik, author of the blog AfroBella. They are an intrinsic part of the Black tradition for both men and women or, as Davis puts it, “They’re part of our cultural and artistic vocabulary.”"
- The Thin Line Between Fashionable & Offensive (via dynamicafrica)
this is actually the cutest thing i’ve ever seen
me when I’m me
🍵🌸🐲 harajuku ghetto 🐲🌸🍵
(Source: minajsreign, via ajxcgreenthumb)