CUCUK SANGGUL

 

In the past, most Malay women possessed full heads of long, luxurious hair - considered an attractive feminine attribute a woman must have. The cucuk sanggul was used to hold up their long hair in a bun at the back of their heads.

Typically made of gold or silver, these hairpins are normally worn in graduated sets of three, five or seven by brides and traditional dancers.

Though serving a practical purpose, on special occasions such as weddings, a more elaborate set of cucuk sanggul will typically adorn the bride

 

       
BIBINA DIAMOND HATI LIPS - S
LIZ MARIA MATAHARI QISTINA SRI AYU L
     
WARISAN L      
       
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