Human hair is one big mystery to the human race. It amuses many, from the old to the young ones in general. It spices up the human look, making us stand out in almost all outfits. How about women’s hair? Well, don’t even mention it! Women’s hair looks way better than men’s hair. It’s softer, lighter, and shines more than men’s hair. In my fashion blog today, however, I will discuss the top three suitable Braids for girls this year, 2022! Hope you all enjoy guys.
1. Box Braids For Girls!
These are one of the most iconic Afro-textured hair on the planet earth. A type of hair braiding style that’s predominantly popular amongst African people and the African diaspora. It is ‘boxy’, and thus consists of square-shaped hair divisions. This qualifies it as a super protective hairstyle for the girls this year.
How long do boxed Braids last?
After your full-day appointment at the salon, expect your Braids to last a total of four to six weeks without a touch up. This is if maintenance is kept up. And it involves trimming away extension fly-aways, keeping edges smooth and hydrated, and ensuring your scalp health is in tip-top shape.
2. Lemonade Braids For Girls!
Why are they called lemonade braids for girls? Lemonade braids are types of braids used to style black women’s hair. Named after the ones Beyoncé wore during her 2016 visual album, Lemonade.
How long do lemonade braids last?
Lemonade braids are side-swept long cornrows, typically ending past your chest or waist. Are easy to maintain and long-lasting (usually up to four weeks). Can be done with just your natural mane or a few extensions.
3. Fishtail Braids!
To first make a fishtail braid, begin by separating your hair into two equal sections. Bring both sections to the same side of your head. Grip each section with one hand. Then, use your index finger to separate a small section of your hair on the outer edge of the bigger section.
Why is it called the fishtail braid?
This is because the patterns of the hair sections resemble a fish skeleton.
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By EDWIN WAMAE.
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