Namibia’s Himba tribeswomen sport incredible hairdos created using goat hair, butter and MUD (and the Western World wants to imitate)
It starts in Africa, then goes to France, then the world.
'Marriage is important in Himba culture,' explains photographer Eric Lafforgue, 'but extramarital relations are encouraged. Polygamy is the rule for both men and women who can have other partners in addition to their husband.'
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