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African princess

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for African princess. Get inspired and try out new things.
Princess Ira and Amina, by Funso Sylvester Dorgu

Princess Ira Giselle Is a fictional African princess with gold gifted powers. Her face painting is inspired by Nigerian traditional face decorations. Her crown adorned with crystals, crosses and chains incorporates several elements from different cultural designs from all over the world to portray

Ball: Dora Owusu In A Anit Cuts Gown for Afro Ball 2019

Ghanaian fashion model Dora Owusu attended Afro Ball 2019 in a custom Anit Cuts. On Instagram @doraowusu says, "At Afroball feelin like, lookin like a

African Yoruba Princess Yoruba Princess Aduke and rival tribe warrior Chijioke unite through their shared love for dance, creating a new style transcending tribal conflicts. Their dance reaches the stars, symbolizing hope, unity, and love. 🌟💃🕺 #DanceOfTheStars

African Yoruba Princess Yoruba Princess Aduke and rival tribe warrior Chijioke unite through their shared love for dance, creating a new style transcending tribal conflicts. Their dance reaches the stars, symbolizing hope, unity, and love. 🌟💃🕺 #DanceOfTheStars

AfroArt Series

The AfroArt SeriesThe AfroArt series is a recognition and celebration of the versatility of black hair and its innate beauty. The purpose of this series is to illustrate the story of our royal past, celebrate the glory of the here and now, and even dare to forecast the future. With this series, we aim to

Follow me to see more of my original AI artwork. This picture I made it in Midjourney. If you use my picture please give me credit.

Follow me to see more of my original AI artwork. This picture I made it in Midjourney. If you use my picture please give me credit.

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What do you call it when two podcasters come together to talk about podcasting (and so much more) on a podcast? A meta-fricking moment! Today, you guys get not one, but two African royalties, both with PhDs, dripping in finesse and sauce.  In this episode with Dr. Ozi of the #TAPAPodcast, we unpacked a lot on #impostersyndrome, its root causes, impact on our work and marriages, and how we have tried tackling it. We also talked about the importance of having mentors, not only in the workplace.
Take fashion inspiration from the weekly best looks of our African Fashion Styles We Love series – you’ll find an array of cuts and styles, including African wax prints, agbada, owambe, and aso ebi styles, to name a few.

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