Study of a Man in Locs


Coming from Nigeria, a place where dreadlocks is often frowned upon and to America where it thrives. I find that there is something that oozes confidence about those who wear it. The idea of accepting ones self in ones true nature, embracing the liberty that it gives you and knowing that you do not have to live a life of conformity but only to be true to yourself.

I have gone on a journey with my hair and finally landed back to where I originally started, my natural hair. I find a lot of beauty in it. I relate with those who wear it and I celebrate the freedom of our expression through our hair.


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