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The Secrets Behind The Wearing Of Waist Beads.

The Secrets Behind The Wearing Of Waist Beads.

Wearing of waist beads has always been a common practice among African women. In a couple of generations ago, they used to be very popular than they are now but this haven’t stopped a lot of foreigners from adopting the wearing of waist beads in a fashion sense. Women have been using it to lure men of their desires sexually but what many don’t know is that, the wearing of waist beads among African women specifically Ghanaian women comes with a lot of pecks than what meets the eye.

There are many reasons why African waist beads are worn. In Ghana for instance, wearing of the waist beads among women signified a symbol of femininity and sensuality, as only the woman’s partner could see them in their full glory. It was also used to show that a woman had reached the right age to marry. In general wearing waist beads comes with some fascinating benefits which we are going to take a close look at. Below are five benefits associated with the wearing of waist beads;

1. Sexual Attraction.

Most African women wear waist beads as a way of portraying their love for their partners. In the olden days, they were seen to be a form of aphrodisiac women used to trap their partners to fulfill their sexual desires. In the eyes of every man, the waist beads are very attractive which they use to show the love they have for their woman by strumming the waist beads. Because of this young girls were prohibited from wearing them.

2. Waist Beads Help With Weight Loss.

For centuries African women have been using waist beads as a form of weight measure in order to shape their bodies to the point they want. The beadswork we’re perfectly used as a tracker, measuring the bodies weight loss and gain. This practice was simply done using the hip area and waist line.For known reasons, waist beads were also used among Ghanaian women to determine whether a woman was pregnant or not, the number of months she’s been pregnant for and her weight loss.

3. Cultural Heritage. 

Waist beads greatly form part of the heritage and culture of most African women. They wore them with pride to portray their respect and tribute to their culture, which in the long run showed their background. The waist beads also add a glamorous touch to the beauty and body of every woman who wears it. This is why at an early age young girls are taught about the significance of the waist beads to their culture.

4. Symbol Of Femininity.

Due to the waist beads colourful nature and attractiveness it has long been used to depict femininity in African culture. This nice hand crafted ornament is a symbol of aristocracy and femininity. It is also used to show the sexual attractiveness of every woman.

5. Waist Beads Have Become Trendy. In the modern world, waist beads have been re-branded into a fashion style. Women outside the African continent have all become accustomed to the wearing of waist beads to look very attractive. It is now very trendy around the world and is now being used as an aphrodisiac for women to seduce their lovers. Because of this it now comes in a variety of colours like yellow white, black, gold, red, blue and a whole lot more.

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