Black kids have thick curly hair that is not so easy to handle. Having it braided or cut short are the first ideas that come to mind when you think of how to reduce to a minimum the troubles of black hair styling. However, short hair and simple cornrows tend to look monotonous. And kids also want to sport cute and extravagant hairstyles, expressing their individuality. Our review of haircuts and hairstyles for black kids will provide you with new ideas. Be sure to look at pictures for ideas, like this one below that reminds us to add in some colored elastics and ribbon for a finished look. Full of thickness and texture, black hair can be styled in so many ways that other nationalities cannot pull off. Little ones will love their braids as much as their mamas, so indulge them on special occasions with a traditional yet lovely style they will feel proud to wear. When dealing with long, thick hair, go the braided route and try two tight French braids that extend all the way down the back.
Black Men with Long Hair
Cool Ideas of Black Girl Hairstyles for 2020
Speaking of long hairstyles for African American men , the first thing that comes to mind is braids, but not only. Shoulder-length natural curls are a classic Afro look. Most men wear them centre-parted, opening the forehead, or in a sort of swept to one side style if texture allows. Younger guys can try A-line styles with free coils falling on the forehead and cheeks. Another fun male style suggests trimming your curls in a rounded shape with the longest hair standing upright on the top. Dreadlocks are super flattering for African Americans and, definitely, look cooler on men than on women. These create a fantastic look when being scattered over your shoulders and top of the back. If a fancy braided look seems more appealing to you, try neat cornrows running vertically off the forehead. Most men dislike overly fancy styles, sticking to classy patterns, like this one. More versatile braided hairstyles can be viewed in the gallery braids for men.
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