Thick natural tresses are whimsical when it comes to styling, therefore, haircuts for thick hair may sometimes look unflattering. A haircut is a key component of our image, so it needs to be selected thoughtfully. Black bob hairstyles, performed on thick hair, look fantastic and suit all face shapes. You only need to opt for the right length and finish. Adorable looks in this collection of images are both of famous personalities – celebrities, and beauty bloggers. Lets learn from them and draw inspiration.
Short, Medium and Long Black Hairstyles
Black hairstyles for African American women do not only perform a decorative function, they help to get thick black locks under control. Whether you prefer to flat iron your coils or go natural, you have multiple choices on how to style your luxurious mane. Long hairstyles for black women stand out with their exceptional creativity, reflected in intricate braided patterns, heavenly curls and breathtaking updo hairstyles for black women. Moreover, don’t miss a chance to catch new ideas on the most popular medium hairstyles for black women. These won’t leave you indifferent with their graceful rounded shapes and polished curls. African American short hairstyles embrace chic puffs, tapered styles, funky Mohawk hairstyles for black women and much more!
There were times when we believed that short hairstyles did not offer us much freedom and variety. Today we are impressed at how versatile short hairstyles can be, especially those stunning styles for African American women, whose hair is naturally thick and dense. Some girls simply start blooming with short hairstyles, while longer hair makes them ordinary. If you haven’t found your perfect short hairstyle yet or seek for new variations, if you do not know how to style your short hair for the coming party so that it looks chic, here is an abundant source of inspiration in pictures. [click to continue…]
Goddess braids are a feminine and beautiful way for ethnic women to wear their hair. Like many braided styles, some Goddess coifs can remain intact for weeks, while others will only last for a day. Check out all the great variations of this modern hairstyle that take a cue from mythological heroines. [click to continue…]
When you are looking at the hairstyles of black ladies, you can see how extremely fashionable they are. And this is mostly because they prefer stylish short hairstyles. They say that short hairdos for black women are up-to-date, as they go not only with the fashion, but with the entire character of these ladies, who seem great and elegant in the brown and black hair that is cut short to the best size ever. [click to continue…]
Updo hairstyles for black women amaze with their beauty, sophistication and creativity. As we usher in the warmest months, now is the perfect time to try new updo hairstyles. Black hair ranges from relaxed through loosely curled to tight coils and glorious afros. Therefore, trying to find a black updo that works equally well with different unique textures can prove to be difficult.. [click to continue…]
Are you bored to wear your hair curly, wavy, unbraided? Well, then it’s time for twists! Twist hairstyles are an alternative to braids for natural African curls. Twists have one evident merit, compared to braids – they are faster and easier to make, which is crucial for beginners. Other than that twist hairstyles provide the same benefits: protection of natural hair, length retention and a great base for versatile hairstyles. Twists differ in caliber and type (hanging loosely twists and flat twists plaited close to the scalp like cornrows) There are also Senegalese twists, Havana twists, Marley twists, kinky twists. [click to continue…]
When most think of natural hair, they typically think beautifully full, wild and robust afros. However, rocking an afro can also mean going the shorter route … very short. Enter TWA hairstyles (Teeny Weeny Afro if you’re going to get technical). These days these tight and curly ‘dos are all the rage. [click to continue…]
A great thing about hair and the various styles that you can create with it, is that you don’t necessarily have to have the length, thickness and texture of your dreams to achieve a certain look. In the case of this round-up, it’s all about the beauty, functionality and versatility of hair extensions, specifically sew-ins. [click to continue…]
If you want a contemporary style that protects your tresses, give short faux locs a go. Unlike true locs, these extensions require no long-term commitment and can be worn by any hair type. Dreads are often associated with long lengths, but they are gorgeous in cropped forms too. Read on to learn more about this trending look. [click to continue…]
Crochet braids, also sometimes called latch hook braids. They are typically made from synthetic hair extensions looped through your natural hair (braided into cornrows). Crochet twists are another form of the same concept, only they’re twists, instead of braids. While they take some time and patience to create, once they’re done, they can be styled in a variety of ways — piled on top of your head, pulled back, in a ponytail, or just loose. When you decide to take them out, you can wear your hair naturally. Let`s see the variants! [click to continue…]