Are you a lady who grew up and schooled in Nigeria? You will love this article.
As a young girl growing up in Nigeria, it was a culture to make a new hairstyle every weekend the same way the boys were always asked to cut their hair neatly in preparation for a new school week. The hairstyle, of course, was usually announced on the school assembly and every girl had to plait the same uniform hairstyle given or risk being punished the following week.
I am not so sure this culture is still in practice in schools today but I am sure that this post will definitely bring back lovely memories of our school days. Enjoy!
This was a popular schoolgirl hairstyle back in the days. Just like the other hairstyles, it was plaited with the natural hair and was a delight for girls with naturally long hair, as it brought out one's beauty.
This was also another lovely hairstyle that looked good on every girl.
3. All back
This popular hairstyle, just as its name suggests, was usually plaited down to the back of the neck. It was also a favourite for girls with long hair, as it was an opportunity to show off the admirable length of their hair to the envy of other girls.
This was another lovely hairstyle that was quite popular back then, as it was usually plaited in the form of a face cap.
5. Patewo and All back
This lovely hairstyle was a combination of two hairstyles, patewo and all back.
6. Evelyn King
This hairstyle was a combination of three hairstyles - police cap, patewo and all back. It was another delight for girls that had long natural hair.
This was another lovely schoolgirl hairstyle back in the day.
This was another popular hairstyle back in the day. It was a combination of the Koroba and Shuku hairstyles.
9. Shuku and base or All back and base
This was another schoolgirl hairstyle that was quite popular back in the day, as it was a combination of two hairstyles, police cap and shuku or police cap and all back.
This popular style was usually plaited with a certain black rubber thread which was usually wound round the natural hair and used to create different lovely styles. This hairstyle was also sometimes plaited to help grow young girls’ natural hair.
This hairstyle was also plaited with the black rubber thread. It was a common hairstyle for girls with short hair who were trying to grow their hair.
I hope this brought back unforgettable memories of the days of old.