The differences in hair structure are responsible for the variety of hair properties including texture, dryness and breakage. Even in Africa hair properties are different from region to
Aside from symmetry, males in Western cultures generally prefer females with a small jaw, a small nose, large eyes, and defined cheekbones – features often described as “baby faced”, that resemble an infant’s. Females, however, have a preference for males who look more mature — generally heart-shaped, small-chinned faces with full lips and fair skin. But during menstruation, females prefer a soft-featured male to a masculine one. Indeed, researchers found that female perceptions of beauty actually change throughout the month.
“Miss Black” competition took place in Karlsruhe at the Badnerlandhalle on the 26th of July 2003. The hall was decorated with African woven straw baskets placed effectively on the corners of the stage and African batiks lying across the tables. A combination of African music and intricate lights provided a typical atmosphere of African party.
The first Miss Afrika Germany pageant contest took place at the high-class Hotel Bayerischer Hof in Munich, the city of German celebrities. This beauty contest, organized by the Nigerian duo-team, Ada Uduma and Frank Emina, is the second beauty contest organized by people of African descent this year. A Miss Black Germay 2003, organized by Pactricia Fouda took place in July. The combination of classic and modern architecture of the Hotel with harmonizing abstract paintings hanging on the walls provided a pleasant and cosy ambience. The guests really felt welcome. Yes, the guests, from different cultural backgrounds, added a colourful multicultural touch and positive waves to the event.
The African beauty, Tausi Likokola has graced the catwalk stages of international fashion shows, showcasing renowned designers’ labels. The hard-working model is also the initiator and president of the Tausi Aids Fund organization, which focuses on preventing the spread of HIV AIDS in Tanzania. But that is not all; the African role model is also the author of the book The Art of Beauty and Health, which is planned to be on the market soon. In an interview with Afritopic in September 2003, Tausi talked eloquently about her modelling career and her organization as published below.