Anonymous asked: Is African henna used for religious purposes or just body decoration?
From my experience, we use Henna on a special occasion. It’s for body decoration that’s for sure!
Anonymous asked: Hello. I have just come across your page and I like it already. I've been thinking about taking one of those gene tests to find out what group of people I identify with most genetically in Africa. Being a African American as I am do you think people in Africa would be accepting of Us? African Americans in general who would want to identify with their roots?
Hey!! I think you should definitely go for it!!!we are very accepting based on my observation. I mean why wouldn’t we? They know that African Americans are of African ancestry the same way they are too. I say go for it!!! But most importantly do it for yourself!
Anonymous asked: are you hebrew
No I am not, but what makes you think that?
onlyme-lyzz asked: hiii Ayaan! oww i really love your hair styles, how do you style that up do?, your high up do is so pretty? do you use natural hair oils, and butters(sheabutter)?
Heyyy!!! Well I just shampoo my hair and than I deep condition my hair with organic hair stimulator hair mayo ( you can find it in beauty supply stores or on amazon) ..I love that hair mayo by the way. Sometimes I just air dry it and if I have coconut oil, I use it..If not I use whatever I have. Sometimes I braid it after I deep condition it while it is wet, and when I take it out when it is dry, my hair comes out somewhat curly( when my curly afro gets old, that’s when I do my updos)
Anonymous asked: Stumbled on to your site will surfing the net. I am African American and I long to return to my Ancestral home before I die. Your blog only intensifies this desire. I love seeing these images of African beauty, bright eyes,perfect smiles and gorgeous skin, in all its various shades. Because of my history, in America, I have no tribal identity but I know my lineage is West African. So I am Akan, Fulani, Hausa, Mandinka, Wolof and much more. Thank you for this gift.
Awww omg! I am so glad you feel that way. I haven’t been as active but am glad you can still take something from what I have up. Pleaseee do and when you find out where your ancestors are from, pleaseee let me know. I actually met an African American man who found out his roots are Fulani and he went back to my country and our villages, lived with a Fulani family, is now learning our language(he is getting good) and he actually married a fulani woman! Lol.. I can always Introduce you to him on Facebook if you like. He is very active on Fb and even have a page dedicated to Fulani people.
bskillz23 asked: You are gorgeous!
shakewhosane asked: not a question .. you are beautiful !
Anonymous asked: Hello do you have bazin bubu,or wax ambrodery
Hey, and sorry I don’t have any of that
miss-somali asked: I love how you incorporate ALL OF Africa, south , east , west & north. Beautiful blog!
Thank you my sister lol. It has to be like that because we all are African and I hate when people try to separate us and make us believe we are so different. So everyone have to know we represent the same place. :-)