..., too. The cornrows weren't just a black person thing. I know my ancestors wore cornrows, and I'm Apache and Cherokee. Cornrows is pretty much an everyone-but-white-people thing, because, for whatever reason, I can't ever find historical evidence supporting white people wearing cornrows, but ancient Egyptians and Native Americans did. It's odd, but it's never really been a white person's thing, and, no, they do not do it better.