Hairstyles for black women are really dazzling. From very childhood mothers go on creating infinite types of braids on our hair, on the one hand to look beautiful and on the other of course to avoid problems with styling hair each morning. I am talking about protective hairstyles we are used from the time when we were kids. But these very braids hairstyles a are extremely popular for grown ups as well. When you plan a vacation and want to devote all your time to having fun and enjoying yourself, you go and make some natural braided hairstyles with your stylist. When you feel that you hair is tired of straightening and applying different hair care means, you go and make twist and braids.
And we all know that the most popular hairstyles are done with hair extensions. From the very famous box braids to Marley braids and Senegalese twists, the versatility of styles will amaze you and arm with possible hair solutions for any season.
Dreadlocks for black women
Not so long ago we spotted Zendaya with huge mane of faux dreadlocks. And ever since the dreads for black women have become extremely fashionable.They are all very nice and on natural dark hair colors and on artificial blonde extensions.
Black women box braids
Box braids hairstyles are an endless story, story of love and diversity, and possibilities. From small box braids that require so much time to create, to big box braids that are so voluminousness and impressive, these type of protective hairstyles will be on-trend forever.
Senegalese twists hair extensions
The Senegalese type of braids found its origins ion Western Africa and that is why they have that name. This technique is about wrapping two strands of straight hair extensions around roots and then making a twits. Again you are free to play with colors and small and big twists.
Yarn braids protective hairstyles
Another popular styles is the the yarn braids. They are created with yarn and stand out by the bright colors used for making the hairstyles. With yarn you can create all styles - braids and twists and dreads.
Marley braids natural hairstyles
At first sight it´s not easy to find the difference between Marley and Senegalese twists. But in really they are different and their difference lays in hair extensions used. Marley twists are based on kinky and dry hair that resemble natural hair much. While Senegalese twists are done on smooth and glossy extensions.
Ghana braids hairstyles
This hair styling type is also known as Banana Cornrows. The extension are plaited tightly to your skin and then go on into regular braids.
Crochet braids for black women
And finally crochet braids that do not look like braids at all. This is also the type of technique used to create them. Actually these all are very curly hair extension that are tied tightly to your head.