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Check Out These Cute Styles For The Festive SeasonZUMI

Ghana weaving should be on your list of to-do hairstyles for Christmas. The fact that it gives your face an instant lift and lasts long makes it a no-brainer so we totally understand why you will be sold by the time we’re done giving you options!

If you didn’t know, Ghana weaving hairstyles flatter your face shape and make you look younger (no kidding). Also, they never go out of style instead hairstylists have found new ways to make them in sync with the latest fashion and beauty trends (hello ombre styles!) We have curated a collection of different styles and hopefully, you’ll find the perfect hairstyle to slay in this festive season!

Two-Step

This style is really popular and we bet that it is for a couple of reasons. It is the best way to combine all-back and braids and it doesn’t take too much time plus it’s accessory-friendly. The braids at the back are constant but you could spin the front part however way you feel like!

Ghana Weaving

(Photo: Instagram / Nigerianbraids)

Ghana Weaving

(Photo: Instagram / Leonegoddess)

Ghana Weaving

(Photo: Instagram / Miaghogho)

Shuku

Tiny shuku strands parted in the middle to make a high ponytail are really in right now. Although with shuku most people worry more about their edges, there are different styles to choose from. It could be straight, slanted, middle part or even a side part – whatever works for you!

Ghana Weaving

(Photo: Instagram / Kiakhameleon)

Ghana Weaving

(Photo: Instagram / Kiakhameleon)

Ghana Weaving

(Photo: Pinterest / Lavish Braiding)

One-Sided

The all-to-the-side style gained recognition back in 2014 when Beyonce debuted it in ‘Say Yes’ video. Ever since then, it has been an on and off trend but right now it has kinda come to stay. This makes it the perfect option to stay over the fence with this festive season!

Ghana Weaving

(Photo: Instagram / Kiakhameleon)

Ghana Weaving

(Photo: Pinterest / Betty Robinson)

Bob

Hairstylists are adding modern twists like ombre and single bright colours to this hairstyle. This option is perfect if you want to try something different from the other lengthy options. A refreshingly bold choice if you ask us!

Ghana Weaving

(Photo: Pinterest / Charlotte Potter)

Fulani Braids

If all the options seem like too much work, this one is definitely for you. All you have to do is pack your hair (or extension) into buns, fix in a few strategic strands and accessorize as you like. Such a double score!

Ghana Weaving

(Photo: Instagram / Nnescorner)

For more Ghana weaving tips, check out how to protect your front hair from falling off here!

Featured image via Miaghogho, Kiakhameleon & Lavishbraids.net

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