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Pierre Jean-Louis says he sees Mother Nature in black women. He translates this by turning black women’s natural hair into breathtaking natural and celestial scenes in his series “Black Girl Magic.”

Pierre Jean-Louis says he sees Mother Nature in black women. He translates this by turning black women’s natural hair into breathtaking natural and celestial scenes in his series “Black Girl Magic.”

Pierre has built up huge social media following as a result of his unique works. Jean-Louis paints mystical images of the universe and nature onto images of black women’s natural hair that are truly fascinating. His intricate works feature stars, fire, flowers, vines, and even solar systems, all seamlessly woven into the gorgeous kinks and curls of black hair. See his photos HERE: http://www.shorthaircutsforblackwomen.com/black-man-paints-nature-the-universe-into-black-womens-natural-hair

Pierre has built up huge social media following as a result of his unique works. Jean-Louis paints mystical images of the universe and nature onto images of black women’s natural hair that are truly fascinating. His intricate works feature stars, fire, flowers, vines, and even solar systems, all seamlessly woven into the gorgeous kinks and curls of black hair. See his photos HERE: http://www.shorthaircutsforblackwomen.com/black-man-paints-nature-the-universe-into-black-womens-natural-hair

Pierre Jean-Louis, a visual artist from US, creates mesmerizing portraits of black women by transforming their hair into flowery galaxies. By turning their Afros into works of art in his series, “Black Girl Magic,” Pierre wants to let black women know how much he appreciates them for embracing their African heritage.

Pierre Jean-Louis, a visual artist from US, creates mesmerizing portraits of black women by transforming their hair into flowery galaxies. By turning their Afros into works of art in his series, “Black Girl Magic,” Pierre wants to let black women know how much he appreciates them for embracing their African heritage.

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