Before the slavery system had been used in the Western culture in the Sixties, the qualities of African American peoples’ hair was a significance that had been a key to their sense of self. It was a meaning of attribution of social, aesthetic and spiritual. It meant more than just a beauty term. But after Africans were sent to Europe and Western America for slavery trading, their hairs were shaved in bold; for sanitation and identity erasing purpose. African American’s standard cultural belief on hairstyles inversely changed because of the Slave Coast. My illustrations are revealing how African American slave felt in that period.