Box braids are a beautiful protective style, but they definitely take time to accomplish.
Cleopatra Coleman’s sweet take on the classic style is the perfect way to add color to your hair without potential bleach damage .
The loose curls add an elegant flair, which makes this style perfect for more dressy occasions. I love a good side part.
These braids take half the time to install and have all the style.
Bobbed ends are a way to do the beautiful style if you like shorter hair.
Senegalese twists are another nice protective style using added hair.
But there’s something so chic about a bobbed box braids look that makes me want to call up my stylist ASAP.
Fulani braids have been gracing red carpets a lot recently, but the style—named for the Fulani people of West Africa—has been worn for hundreds of years.
Getting the ends of my braids burnt with a lighter to seal them is one of the most '90s memories I have.
Shorter braids don’t mean they're short on creativity or drama.
Amandla Stenberg’s chin-length brown, black and red braids are great inspiration.
And since the hair flip is creeping back into style, the look is totally on trend.
If you’re one of those people who can’t decide what color you want to do your hair, why not do multiple?
Don’t get me wrong, I love flowing braids down to my butt.
This style was one of just two iconic braided hairstyles Danai Gurira wore at the 2019 Oscars.
A super chic way to style a bob is to flip in the ends.
Bob braids can be styled in so many ways and take quicker to install than standard long box braids.
I know knotless braids are really having a moment, but there’s nothing like classic knotted braids.
Adding a hint of it to your braids is an easy way to add some flair—without the commitment of real dye.
Passion twists are a really fun style when you want to switch things up.
Good luck picking just one. https://t.co/2MwFD1MJPL— Glamour (@glamourmag) September 8, 2020
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