Hawaiian girl, 1890s  Love the hair

Young Hawaiian girl wears a maile lei and a skirt of kapa (mulberry bark cloth.) Apparently the Hawaiian population began to dwindle drastically from the time of Western contact in the late

Beautiful Hawaiian girl (age 7) playing ukulele with orchid lei, haku lei on head and ti leaf skirt

Beautiful Hawaiian girl (age playing ukulele with orchid lei, haku lei on head and ti leaf skirt I had taken ukulele lessons when I was a young girl

Hawaiian Maiden gelatin silver print Printed by Davey Photo Co in Honolulu, Hawaii late 19th Century The British Museum http://centuriespast.tumblr.com/

Hawaiian Maiden gelatin silver print Printed by Davey Photo Co in Honolulu, Hawaii late Century The British Museum

Monsterra Morning ~ Artist:Michele Ross ~ Watercolor

Monsterra Morning ~ Artist:Michele Ross ~ Watercolor- A beautiful picture. Takes me back to Hawaii

Hawaiian Hula Dancer (Like @ Hawaiian Inn in Daytona Beach we saw so many time growing up!)

Hula dancing has been around for many years now. In the Hawaiian language, the word Hula literally means, "dance." However, it's not known who actually performed the hula dance first, but it has.

Keiki hula  and praise dancers from Halau Hula O Hokulani dancing  to praise songs  at the Kapiolani park.

Keiki hula dancers from Halau Hula O Hokulani dancing at the Kapiolani park. Little cuties carrying on the art and culture of Hula.

Hawaiian Florists where Leis can be shipped just about anywhere

Native Hawaiians have long used the fruits from indigenous trees like coconut and macadamia and exotic flowers like orchids and gardenia to encourage hair growth and softer, smoother skin. All these ingredients remain relevant today.

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