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Unique Black Hair Raising Artwork That Celebrates Black Hair Will Mesmerize You

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Unique Black hair raising artwork that comes off-canvas painting by Tyler Clarks, 27-year-old will amaze you.

The Chicago-based artist and influencer’s art piece is unique and celebrates black women, their beauty and natural hair in all forms.

Many Black women have over the years struggled with keeping their hair natural as many resorts to wigs made from human hair popularly called Indian, Brazilian, or Peruvian hair.


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One painting can change your life…

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However, the trend is changing as many Black women are keeping their hair natural in all forms and styles while ditching the wigs.

Tyler’s jaw-dropping 3-D hair artwork promotes and encourages the beauty of African hair and the wearing of natural black hair by Black women.

Tyler’s artwork comes in the form of raised braided rasta, banku knots, cornrows, African print headwrap styles, afro, Senegalese twist, and locks on canvas. She mixes hair, fabric and jewellery to make her unique masterpiece. The hair she uses is real and literally comes off the canvas.


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Jesus, I know you will fight this battle… I know you will ???

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They are so realistic that they can easily be confused with a hair on human.

Tyler finds her talent and skills fulfilling that she quit her job to go into full-time entrepreneurship as an artist.


Source: African Post Online

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