Braid patterns were first used long ago as a part of tribal customs in Africa. They could indicate a person’s community, age, marital status, wealth, power, and social position. And in some cases, braids were a form of survival. Nowadays, braids have become a complex element that adds special vigor to any hairstyle. Mariya Bobroy, a mom of 2 girls, has become somewhat obsessed with this art, and now she turns the hair of her little ladies into real masterpieces.
Here at ZGRNEWS, we looked at the hairstyles created by Mariya with slight envy and lots of admiration. We’d love for you to get your daily dose of inspiration from her together with us.
It all started from being tired of ordinary ponytails.
Mariya has 2 daughters, Briana, age 8; and Ariana, age 6. Being a parent of young, growing girls has made this mom face a common parental dilemma: the wish to do something cute on her kids’ hair and to step away from an ordinary bun or ponytail.
After watching a few tutorials on YouTube, Mariya tried her first hairstyle on Briana and realized there was no going back — she was addicted to braiding from then on.