2020 African American Hairstyles

How Black hair is worn has immense cultural meaning. Even in an environment of increased discrimination against textured locks, beautifully executed braids, coils, and fros can spark new ideas and promote critical thought.

Short Pixie with Finger Waves and Highlights

When styling short hair, playing around with texture and color is vital, no matter the cut you sport. From TWA (teeny weeny afros) to bobs, adding texturized styles will help your haircut pop and turn heads. Rose beige ringlets make an exceptional option for black women when taking their pixie cut to the next level. If you don’t feel ready to commit, add caramel chunky highlights for an eye-catching new look this season. This combination will surely turn heads and give your pixie timeless appeal.

Box Braids and Passion Twists Combination

As another cute, protective style option, try combining box braids and passion twists into an innovative combination for short black hair. This look features both textures in its wet style, making it an excellent way to show off pink hues – great for both formal and casual events!

Long Curly Pixie with Off-Blonde Highlights

Black women take pride in the beauty and heritage of their hair, which serves as a reminder of those who came before. Unfortunately, however, Black hairstyles still face discrimination and stereotyping from non-Black people. Women with long natural hair can wear an adorable updo to show beauty. This style offers lots of movement and can be worn in various ways for any event – perfect! This stunning look features rose beige ringlets that add dimension and dimension to sexy straight strands, creating a chic sophistication that will surely catch anyone’s eye! To achieve it, start by applying blow dryer lotion and sectioning towel-dried hair into four quadrants before blow-drying each section with a small paddle brush before flat ironing small areas with smoky gray shades using small paddle irons – then finish it all off with light gloss for the finishing touch!

Short Layered Haircut with Dark Brown Texture

Black women can choose from an array of fashionable and flattering short hairstyles when choosing their new do. One such look is the edgy curly pixie cut, enhanced with extra curl definition for added edge and can stand out among the crowd. This look is great for bold individuals willing to experiment with color.

An elegant bob cut featuring face-framing layers and caramel brown highlights can also make an excellent choice, perfect for women with 3a-3c textured hair. This style can be worn swept to one side or in an updo. This look suits them well.

Brown hair with blonde highlights looks incredible on all hair types, especially on Afro hair. Rose beige highlights add warmth and can bring out natural ringlets ideally; remember to moisturize them regularly to maintain healthy locks!

Cropped Natural Hair

If you love undercuts or a taper but need more time to be ready for an all-out shortcut, a tightly cropped hairstyle like this can still add an eye-catching edge. The closely cropped sides and pointy sideburns create the ideal frame for your gorgeous chocolate curls occupying the crown of your head.

This wild afro style is an excellent option for anyone who appreciates the combination of kinky tendrils and elegance. A deep side part with laid edges gives a sleek appearance, while copper-toned accents add depth.

Bantu knots are one of the most striking ways to wear your afro for an eye-catching protective updo that is elegant and flexible enough for work and play, especially if your locks need extra moisture. For an elegantly simple alternative, try wrapping small flat cornrows or twists toward the crown of your head for even more intricate styles.