5 Different Black Girl Hairstyles

1. Double Dutch Box Braids

Maintaining hair trends can often fall by the wayside when life gets busy, but these black girl hairstyles will help keep you stylish and trendy despite your busy schedule. Try this double Dutch box braids style for an elegant and polished appearance. To achieve it, detangle and dampen your hair thoroughly with water before using a tail comb to separate small sections and braid them.

2. Long Wavy Bob

This long wavy bob is a chic and sophisticated style that looks incredible on black women. It features an inverted cut with side-swept bangs and feathered layers that fall towards the nape – ideal for thick-haired black girls with both straight or curly textures – not to mention any color, as seen here with this bubble gum hair color version!

3. Layered Wavy Bob

This layered wavy bob is perfect for black girls with medium-length hair. This hairstyle complements most facial structures beautifully and features full texture and an elegant round silhouette. It can make an impression statement when worn for special events, such as an elegant evening dress.

4. Jawline Bob with Blunt Bangs

RiRi has long favored the jawline bob hairstyle, often pairing it with blunt bangs. This hairstyle can be easily maintained and looks great on black girls with oval, heart, or round faces; perfect for formal events and more casual gatherings! Pair yours with formal gowns or simple T-shirts and jeans for an effortless look!

5. Box Braids

Box braids are an easy, low-maintenance hairstyle for black girls to rock. This low-maintenance style can be easily styled into different updos like an edgy braided mohawk. To maintain healthy box braids and prevent scalp issues, be sure to wash them at least once weekly with shampoo and conditioner to maintain a fresh appearance and healthy condition. Colorful box braids are an eye-catching style option for girls who wish to make a statement with their hair. From natural hues to neons, this look will undoubtedly turn heads, and adding beads can also help embellish them further. Large braids can often look ungainly when brought to both sides, so try pulling some back to create an eye-catching headband style by pulling some back by the nape of the neck for a different effect. This braided headband pairs beautifully with long half ponytails or even silver strands for an elegant finish! If you need assistance installing your box braids, contact a stylist. They can show you various styles before helping you select which will best suit you and answer any queries about how long it will take them to be complete.

6. Bantu Knots

Bantu knots are an adaptable hairstyle suitable for all lengths and textures of hair, popular among women looking for something regal with their looks. Additionally, bantu knots protect natural hair growth and help prevent heat damage to locks. This style involves sectioning the hair and twisting it into tiny knots that can either be looser or tighter depending on personal preference. It can be worn alone or combined with a cornrow base to achieve dramatic effects, perfect for formal occasions where crowns may also complete the look. To create a classic Bantu knot, start with freshly washed hair and apply moisturizer. Many people also stretch their locks before creating this style to give a more defined curl and make detangling easier. Furthermore, all air must be allowed through before styling with bantus since air cannot pass as easily through their wrapped coils as with braids or twist-outs; to reduce frizz, wear a silk scarf or bonnet at night as well as moisturize regularly with leave-in conditioner or gel products.