Have you been thinking of trying out a new look or would love to know about the African female hairstyles? then this is for you.
Ghana braids also known as Banana cornrows, use extensions that touch the scalp. … As you go along, you need to add more synthetic hair so as to create bigger braids. This style which is also known as straight backs is considered as the best protective style for women who have naturally curly hair.
Box braids are a type of hair-braiding style that is predominantly popular throughout African, African-American, and African Diaspora culture. This type of hair style is best described as “boxy”, consisting of square-shaped hair divisions
faux locs are the next best thing! They are created by mixing your own hair with extensions, and the result is a neat, practical, and trendy hairstyle.
Bantu knots are created by taking small sections of hair and (firmly but gently) twisting from roots to ends to form a little knot. Bantu knots have been around for over 100 years. They are a traditional African hairstyle that are often worn as a protective or no-heat stretched out style
Lemonade braids are named after Beyonce’s “Lemonade album” in which she frequently rocked a side cornrow style. They are a sort of a braid “combo-deal”. You got a little bit of cornrow, mixed in with some Fulani style, a dash of Goddess braids, and a whole lot of laid edges and feed-ins.