Women’s Hairstyles are very much dependent on the season and the current trend, which is why we see a lot of women’s hairstyles change every season. During Spring and Summer, women’s hairstyles normally include layers to frame their faces and things to hold in their hair and add volume at the same time. However, during winter, women’s hairstyles tend to be duller and more unruly as they tend to keep their hair simple and straight. The best time to cut a woman’s hairstyle is when it is still slightly damp because it will give you more room to work with and you’ll be able to cut your hair to any length you like and still maintain the volume that you are looking for. There are many different styles that you can achieve with a wet cut but the most popular is to use a braid.
Braided African American hairstyles can be both elegant and simple depending on how you decide to layer and how you wear your hair. This hairstyle is a great option for those that have naturally curly hair. One option is to braid the strands from the bottom up starting with your toes and then working your way to your scalp. To create this hairstyle, start by pulling your hair up into a high ponytail. You should then tie the top of your ponytail at the back of your neck. Now you need to pull the rest of your hair up into tight braids and secure it by wrapping a few strands of your hair around the base of your ponytail.
African American women’s hairstyles can also include a side bun or a side brush that can either side hair or add some height. To create this hairstyle, begin by brushing your hair from the roots up towards the scalp. To make the sides of the bun appear higher, comb your hair either side at an angle, or combing from the roots up to the scalp. Then, pin the tips of your hair either side down into the braided section and secure by adding elastic hair bands or clips.