Changing up your hairstyle is one of the simplest yet most effective ways to switch up your style. Whether you prefer short, braided, dreadlocked or just straight and sleek, there are a few different styles you can try on natural black hair.
This sleek look is an easy and stylish way to tie up long hair. The bun is made up of a braid roll background and finished off with multiple braids wrapping around the rubber-banded bun at the top.
Cornrows are an increasingly popular hairstyle with natural black hair. They give a neat and sleek look, that you can simply secure at the bottom with a hair tie or band. You can also accessorize with some colourful braids and beads.
Dreadlock styles are the best way to show off your long and strong black hair. Whether you style them up into a bun or wear them down your back, the dreadlock style is guaranteed to give you a unique, individual look.
For a more wild and voluminous look, the twist out style is the go-to. With twists emerging from the roots and a bouncy finish, this look will have you ready to take on the day.
For an edgy and stylish look, the faux hawk is definitely the way to go. It’s a cross between a ponytail and a mohawk, with dramatic peaks at both sides. To complete the look, you can style the sides with large twists.
This protective style is neat yet creative, and you can accessorize with beads or colour to really make the style stand out. Bantu knots are the simplest of natural hairstyles, as you only need to use an end of your finger and bobby pin to craft them.
For an elegant look that requires minimal effort, the high bun is an ideal style. The bun is secured at the top of