Various styles of braids, such as box braids, cornrows, and Senegalese twists, are widely embraced across Africa.
The natural afro hairstyle celebrates the natural texture of African hair, creating a bold and empowering look.
Two-strand twists, also known as kinky twists, are a versatile and low-maintenance option for African hair.
Ghana braids involve intricate, cornrow-like patterns that are close to the scalp and can be styled in various ways.
This style features a central braided pattern flanked by thinner cornrows on each side, often adorned with beads or cowrie shells.
Natural hair is allowed to form coils or "locs" over time. This style has cultural and spiritual significance in many African communities.
Kente cloth, a brightly colored woven fabric from West Africa, is often used to create intricate head wraps that are both stylish and culturally significant.
The TWA is a short, closely cropped afro that celebrates the natural texture of African hair in a compact and stylish form.
These braids often incorporate unique patterns, shapes, and accessories, drawing inspiration from various African cultures and traditions.