Two indigenous Mucawana tribal beauties with their traditional hairstyle from Elola in Angola.
Mucawana (Muhacaona) are indigenous or aboriginal nomadic agriculturalist people living in Cunene (Kunene) province of remote South Angola particularly in the villages of Soba near Oncocua, Elola and Moimba. he aboriginal Mucawana people are impervious to change as they still live and dress in strictly traditional ways. They engage in subsistence agriculture and animal husbandry.
Their women`s haircut is made with a mix of cow dungs, fat, and herbs for the fragrance. So the girls like to use the nature to make some bracelets they wear on arms and legs tribal home
BY: Kweku Darko Ankrah