Here you will find information on the tribal goodies that I make "wit me own lily white 'ands" (Insert cockney accent on that last part! ;)
I make Tribal and Fusion coin bras; Cowrie hair falls; Floral hair clips; Headpieces; Feather Fascinators, and love, love, love doing it. Take a look at the Photos - "Shiny Bits" page to see photos of all my little offspring. (Okay, so maybe they are not technically "offspring" but sometimes the pain and frustration in making these little puppies can seem like a birth!)
I've ventured into doing Floral Hair Clips and Headpieces as I found I was so tired of bobby-pinning in each individual flower when I was getting ready for a performance. These save soooo much time! But for those that are stumped as to how to actually wear them . . . . visit my How to Wear Floral Clips page
Product testimonials, exactly as it sounds. Comments from former, often repeat, customers!
On the "The Birth of a Coin bra" page I've given more information in the actual construction, and what goes into making, what I consider a top quality coin bra. (I've had many dancers comment on what great support and fit these bras have, so I'm not just blowing smoke, if ya know what I mean!) I understand it feels like you're taking a chance purchasing a custom bra . . . online. I get it! I've started measuring the inside cup of my finished bras. I give you instructions how to compare these measurements, with a well-fitting bra of your own. This will let both you and I know, But will it FIT me?
You can purchase items you see here via my Etsy store or search Etsy for "NhazamaTribalDesigns" (case sensitive, no spaces) Also, to see photos of dancers in the Nhazama items they've purchased, please visit my Facebook page and go to the "Pics of dancers wearing their Nhazama goodies" photo album!
On this site you will find lots of information on how to care for coin bras and hair falls ("Care and Feeding of Bras", "Hair Fall Care Tips"); some information on the Tribal Bellydance troupe, Prairie Caravan, to which I belong ("My Sistahs in Dance")
Happy dancing, sistah, happy dancing . . .