Black Women Hairstyles 2017 From Fashion Weeks Runways

The main trends for black women hairstyles 2017 are know now. From New York to London, and from Milan to Paris, the fashion month strode the big cities and caught our attention with each single detail. The enchanting shows from casual to the most incredible collections defined what will be popular in the coming seasons. And we are here to see today the black hairstyles from sleeked updos to relaxed afros. Before going through the pictures, please note that the majority of designers and hair stylist have come to choose short curls and afros. Instead of long straightened tresses, black ladies are free to boast inborn hair texture.


Even if you are not a very fashion follower, it will be nice and useful to know the hair tendencies of the coming spring. This will help you to get prepared for modern looks in advance.

Short black afro hair trends



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From Nina Ricci to Vanessa Seward the shortest afros seem to have won hearts of the designers. And I can really understand them, cause short afros do look cool. Actually this recent fashion shows only reaffirmed the established natural hair trends. Before runway were all about converting black hair texture to that of fair hair. And now all the forces are aimed at preserving the authentic looks.

Black women hairstyles 2017 runways


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Updo hairstyles were spotted on the catwalks a always. But this time they seem to be more. From casual and relaxed low buns at Valentino, to extra sleek and tight ponytails at Emanuel Ungaro. Perhaps straightened hair are not that trendy so far, but the updos with jet black gelled hair do look impressive.

Black women loose hairstyles Fashion Weeks SS17

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Mid parts and natural wave is another tendency for black women hairstyles 2017. Though you may think how a such a wave can be called natural for extra curly black texture (this is what I thought too), actually the look is quite authentic as of these black models have such broken waves from their birth.

Photos - courtesy of Vogue