- Photos of a newly-invented hairstyle have caught the admiration of social media users
- The creative hairstyle was made up of flat circular weaves that appear packed on one another
- The pictures show the hairdresser's finishing touches as well as the final 'product'
Stunning pictures of a never-seen-before hairstyle have caused a massive stir on social media as many people are stunned by the creativity.
Legit.ng sighted the pictures on the official social media handle of Facts and Truths, where it was indicated that the hairstyle had caught the admiration of all.
The hair was made up of flat circular weaves that appear packed on one another as though they were simply put there and could be removed loosely.
See all photos below by clicking on the arrow on the side of the first picture:
In some of the pictures, the stylish hairdresser responsible for the creativity was spotted as she made finishing touches to the breathtaking hairstyle.
In other news, Nigerians have been making the news recently for their ingenuity, and a 19-year-old medicine and surgery student of the University of Nigeria has joined the list with her ability to speak Korean, Swahili, Shona, Filipino, Spanish, and Indonesian fluently without leaving the shores of Nigeria.
The disclosure was made by a Twitter user Maazi Ogbonnaya, who also said the teenager could write, teach and translate the aforementioned languages.
Nigerians took to the comment section of the tweet to express their surprise at the teenager's level of intelligence.
Others doubted the fact that she could speak those languages fluently, saying she may have taken basic courses in those foreign languages.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that four-year-old Mariah Morning had already launched her own business in Cleveland, Ohio, selling homemade baked goods and sweets called Mariah's Munchies, with help from her mother.
Morning is already treading the path to be a successful young entrepreneur.
The girl has always loved to cook and bake. She got it from her mother and grandmother who passed down their recipes to her.
When her mother, Angela Tatum-Morning, realised her potential in baking, she decided to let her sell it so she could learn about entrepreneurship even at her young age.
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