In Ramallah and in Bnei Brak, big hair's back among observant women
Devout Jewish and Muslim fashionistas seem to have remarkably similar tastes when it comes to new trends in headwear.
Orthodox Jews call it a bubu. Religious Muslims call it a puff. Both are based on the same idea: stuffing something other than a woman’s real hair under her headscarf to create the illusion of long flowing tresses beneath.
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