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Seun Okimi Is Challenging The Culture Of Using Relaxers On Hair In New Documentary

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Nigerian-American YouTuber, Seun Okimi is taken a step in understanding the culture of relaxing hairs which is common to many Nigerians, male and female.

On a trip home to the country of her origin for a family birthday, Seun Okimi found herself intrigued by the manner in which Nigerians used relaxers to condition their hair.

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Interested in digging into this culture, the creative has sought out to create documentary digging into its use.

Seun used some of her nearest and closest relatives like her grandmother and mother to tell her story.

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https://youtu.be/HitexZ5cNAY
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