Your braid hairstyles should speak volume, it should capture the audience. Ordinary looking braid hairstyle doesn’t do much for anyone, it’s important that any hairstyle you are doing should be well styled, neat and even. Today, the braid hairstyles in this step-by-step guide should be enough motivation for you…
Keep reading to see hairstyles that work…
This Fulani hairstyle eliminates looking like a mess. The clean twist plaits made from wine Kanekalon with copper cuff makes for a terrific presentation.
The “Shuku” hairstyle is one of my favourites, and here it has been made into a simple bum length braid hairstyle which would make you look sleek.
When it comes to there are different textures; the texture used to create this “Patewo” braid is the Kinky Kanekalon which attempts to mimic the feel of our natural hair.
The Fulani style is in different variation, here we see it made into a tight bun plait with a center decorated by metallic plated rings.
Yet another Fulani hairstyle that takes the “shuku” to another level. However there’s something different about the plaits, this look has two plaits braided towards the front on either side of the head.
The fascinating thing about plaits is the fact that the options and variations are endless-literally! This braid style is wrapped from one end to another in a small and big plait.
This tiny crisscross plaits and the baby hair makes this such an adorable braid hairstyle to try out.
Sometimes all you need is a clean plait, good length without any accessories and that’s what this braid look offers.
This look is definitely gorgeous because its not a total plait; of cause it’s yet another braid hairstyle but this time with weaves attached towards the middle and plaits at the front with a ring detail.
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