The idea of waist beads can be traced way back to the early ages especially in the Yorubas tribe of Nigeria.
In Ghana, the waist beads represents spiritual well being, Class or social status, feminity and many more, but in reality it also a considered a form of fashion because it's very luring and seductive in the woman's waist hence making it look sexier and attractive.
We have wide variety of hand-made and machine made beads and it has different measurements when getting one. That's the waist line, high hip and the hip, all are taking into considerations when getting one.
Some beads are also worn on the ankles or wrist and they are called Anklets and bracelets respectively.
This beads thing are no stranger to us especially the girls but let's look at some wild and sexy pictures of some beads on waist and how beautiful it looks.
See the photos below
Do you love waist beads?
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