Some Cool Trending Nigerian Hairstyles you should try out – Ladies
I get why they say a woman’s hair is her crowning glory, not that am hating on sisters that have a low cut or decided to go bald, am just trying to point out that when you have on a hairstyle it can make your face or break it if it wasn’t done well but still a hairstyle makes a woman look good and attractive.
Here are few of cool hairstyles really trending
They are faux (false) because you don’t have to twist your hair, loc it in gel and never plan to comb it. Faux locs, also known as wraps can be installed using wool(yarn), kanekalon hair, Marley hair and so on. Regardless of the extension used, the outcome is always fabulous.
Kinky twists are twists that are done with Marley hair/Kinky hair. Unlike Kanekalon, the kinky hair blends with the natural afro hair. They are funky and give an afro-centric look.
Unlike Kinky twists, Senegalese twists, also known as ‘ropes’ are made with Kanekalon hair. This classic style is called ropes because the twists look and feel like that.
Weaves are not the only way to rock ombré. The fade can be rocked with braids as well. Some companies sell ready-made ombre extension but it can be improvised by adding the second color (extension) as the first color ends.
Bob braids are the latest trend. They are chic and suitable for any face shape. The braids are tight, hence giving it a bob shape. The braids can be as short as chin length or as long as a shoulder length.
These are the few trending Nigerian Hairstyles i gathered, if you think i omitted any or you want to add yours, Feel free to use the comment box bellow
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