When we mention beautiful locks, twists, cornrows, we mean style and flair of women of color. The variety and diversity of natural African hairstyles to wear and pictures of braids at different lengths inspire with ideas.
These are miniature French braids made throughout the head. Cornrows are created on the basis of your natural hair and can be made in a variety of patterns. Some people enjoy wearing straight cornrows, zigzag or swirled patterns.
Cornrows are very wonderful and are sported by celebs all over the world. Use your imagination and you’ll be apart from the crowd.
Micro braids are not braided to your head like a cornrow. They are done on your hair as it hangs straight down. They can be done from root to end or halfway down your hair.
You can buy synthetic weave at any beauty stores and ask your stylist to install it attaching the weave to your head or use wax or glue the weave.
Braided weaves are available in a wide variety of widths.
If you like the appearance of long natural hair, using natural braided weave may be the perfect solution. Some beauty stores sell human hair for weaves, and stylists match the hair to your own hair color. Natural hair is normally attached using a sewing technique or wax.
Classic Hair Band
Straight long dark hair is a masterpiece in itself. When you braid some hair and tie it around the head like a hair band, then it becomes a perfect piece of art.
Bands And Braids
Multiple braids down to the neck look truly touching. When you tie them at the ends in rubber bands in contrasting colors, you look childish and nasty.
Tree Braids Hairstyles
This is an ideal option for those who want to look natural any time. While using black woman’s natural hair this technique is often used. The hair is braided in cornrows or individually. The hairstyle makes it easy to part anywhere on the head.
It can be kept for about two or three months, you can use any length of hair, and it gives your hair a break from everyday manipulation.
Twist Braids Hairstyles
Why do so many African American women choose them? This hairstyle is created by taking two pieces of hair and twisting them together to create a fascinating design. The longer or thicker the hair you’ve got, the better this style will look on you.
Twist braids are easy to do, and they can be done on your own hair.
Senegalese Twist Hairstyles
It originated from Senegal, West Africa. It takes about 5 hours to create this hairstyle and it can be worn for about two months if you look after it properly.
It gives any black woman wearing it a very distinctive look.
Black Braided Updo Hairstyles
It is a swing hairstyle that can be rocked at upscale events as well as regular places.
All the styling options for updos are beautiful, however, some of them are not practical for work. Here are some great images for you to look at to make a decision for yourself and your situation.
African American Fishtail Braids Hairstyles
When you look at these black braided hairstyles, it seems that you are looking at a masterpiece in an art gallery.
These hairstyles prove that African American hair is the most versatile of all races.
Black Braided Mohawk Hairstyles
Once you’ve seen this hairstyle, you will not be able to glance away. This hairdo is created using cornrows which give your style a custom look.
Box Braids Hairstyles
These blocky braids have been famous as black braided hairstyle since Ancient Egypt. They are larger than micro braids.
They create a look of thick healthy hair.
Black Braided Bun Hairstyles
These are quite rare black braids hairstyles because they have a more sophisticated look and are saved for high ball and events. You will not see lots of black braided buns in public but some women wear them and look amazing.
It’s a good solution for a special day.
Individual Braids For Black Women
It’s a styling option for black women that can be put in an undo or a ponytail very easily spending a lot of time doing so.
Protection is the key point when caring for your braids. Cover your braids with a silk scarf every evening before going to bed to keep them in place. Moisture your braids with special oil to keep them from drying out. Don’t wash your hair more than twice a week and always use a conditioner when you wash them.
Braiding hair is an art and some artists are good while others are GREAT! Depending on how skilled your stylist is will determine your general look.