We are all full of natural beauty, we just need to bring it out. Regis and Kahran, a husband and wife team behind CreativeSoul achieved just that for young black ladies. Focusing on their hair, the pair created Afro Art, a series of stunning portraits that has us all captivated.

The dazzling photos feature girls in elaborate costuming and hairstyles, from the Baroque period (roughly, 1600-1750) to steampunk clothing and fierce high-fashion ensembles. “We feel that it is so important for kids of color to be able to see positive images that look like them in the media,” Kahran explained. “Unfortunately the lack of diversity often plays into the stereotypes that they are not ‘good enough’ and often forces kids to have low self-esteem.”

“We hope that viewers will see the beauty and versatility of afro hair and we hope that girls around the world will be inspired to love their unique differences and beauty within.” They’ve worked on the series in various states in the US, and even though the preparation was meticulous, the duo managed to maintain a level of spontaneity.

Afro Art is a series of stunning portraits that mixes the striking beauty of natural hair with elaborate clothing, inspired by the Baroque period

Baroque-Inspired Portraits Of Black Girls Highlights Their Amazing Natural Hair So Other Girls Would Stop Hiding It

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