REMIX SALE

$6.00
Type: Nail Decals
SKU: 12-1

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Remix! 1 Our classic Kente plus symbols from the original Black Girl Magic kit. Kente, or nwentoma, is native to the Akan ethnic group of modern day Ghana. Each color holds its own powerful meaning.
Black: maturation, and intensified spiritual energy
Blue: peacefulness, harmony and love
Green: vegetation, planting, harvesting, growth, spiritual renewal
Gold: royalty, wealth, high status, glory, spiritual purity
Grey: healing and cleansing rituals; associated with ash
Maroon: the color of mother earth; associated with healing
Pink: associated with the female essence of life; a mild, gentle aspect of red
Purple: associated with feminine aspects of life; usually worn by women
Red: political and spiritual moods; bloodshed; sacrificial rites and death.
Silver: serenity, purity, joy; associated with the moon
White: purification, sanctification rites and festive occasions
Yellow: preciousness, royalty, wealth, fertility, beauty

 

Remix! 2 Our classic Kente plus Adinkra symbols. Kente, or nwentoma, is native to the Akan ethnic group of modern day Ghana. Each color holds its own powerful meaning.
Black: maturation, and intensified spiritual energy
Blue: peacefulness, harmony and love
Green: vegetation, planting, harvesting, growth, spiritual renewal
Gold: royalty, wealth, high status, glory, spiritual purity
Grey: healing and cleansing rituals; associated with ash
Maroon: the color of mother earth; associated with healing
Pink: associated with the female essence of life; a mild, gentle aspect of red
Purple: associated with feminine aspects of life; usually worn by women
Red: political and spiritual moods; bloodshed; sacrificial rites and death.
Silver: serenity, purity, joy; associated with the moon
White: purification, sanctification rites and festive occasions
Yellow: preciousness, royalty, wealth, fertility, beauty. Adinkra symbols have a decorative function but also represent objects that encapsulate evocative messages and convey traditional wisdom, aspects of life or the environment. Adinkra symbols can be found on the pottery of the Ashanti people of modern day Ghana and Ivory Coast.