6 Native American "Tribal-Inspired Hairstyles"

Lauren Salapatek | July 31, 2014 | 12:33 PM
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These six tribal hairstyles created by Caity Williams from Chumba Concept Salon were inspired by Native American culture with a modern interpretation. These hairstyles all together make up the Kizis Collection, which was chosen because the theme throughout the collection was the bright beautiful glow of the sun through the reeds in the background.

"Kizis means Sun in the Algonquin language, spoken by the Native American people in North East of America," says Williams. "I chose an editorial approach to this collection because I wanted it to have a soft beautiful feel that would be suitable for print."

Williams says she enjoys expressing her visions by drawing them - it gives her the opportunity to see her thoughts and perfect them. The final result? This collection.

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