HAIRSTYLE FOR THE SEASON: AFRICAN BRAIDS

HAIRSTYLE FOR THE SEASON: AFRICAN BRAIDS

 

Due to the seasonal change we are currently experiencing, the best option for us has to be a protective hairstyle. The weather is hot and cold but probably mostly hot at this point and this means whatever hairstyle you want to go for has to be protective and asides that there must be a way for air to pass properly through your hair so you won’t itch or hit  it constantly.

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Light braid in general serve as a protective hairstyle at this period but the hairstyle to carry at this point would be the African braids or as many of us know it “the Ghana braids”. This hairstyle is simple, its light and it allows air to sip into our scalp better than when we have on weave.

Here are some fabulous looking African braid hairstyles that you can attempt this season.

The tiny leads to big rows African braids seem to be coming back into the light, this tiny colums lead to the construction of a much bigger hair do.

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This is a curved row African braids rather than the corn rows, the difference is the curves.

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I love this double bun look, its called shuku in the local Nigerian dialect.

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This is my favorite African braids or Ghana weaving hairstyle , the shuku or single updo bun.

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This in the local dialect is called patewo or clap your hands because it encloses like a closed hand. Although this particular African braids hairstyles come with a twist.

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