The right hairstyle will make your day. A fabulous hairstyle gives you immense confidence as it makes you look and feel good from within. In this post, MomJunction covers various hairstyles for black girls. Note that these hairstyles are not just for the Africa-American girls but also for anyone who has the matching hair texture.
Short hairstyles for black girls
Black Beauty & Hair Magazine
For centuries black communities around the world have created hairstyles that are uniquely their own. These hairstyles span all the way back to the ancient world and continue to weave their way through the social, political and cultural conversations surrounding black identity today. From box braids to dreadlocks and afro shape-ups, many of the most iconic black hairstyles can be found in drawings, engravings and hieroglyphs from Ancient Egypt. When the painted sandstone bust of the Egyptian Queen Nefertiti was rediscovered in , her regal beauty—accentuated by a towering hairstyle— was undeniable and she quickly became a global icon of feminine power.
Like the preceding sixties, the seventies was a diverse decade for hairstyles. New styles were being created throughout the decade. There was a lot of experimentation and hair was sometimes a direct expression of the times. Here we take a look at what and who influenced s hairstyling, and review the most popular styles worn by women throughout the decade.
Ever since I was a little girl, Summer was the time my mother would braid my hair. The styles took hours to create, and, of course, I never quite cooperated which earned me several hand slaps with the comb. However the intricate cornrows would keep my hair untangled through weeks of swimming and day camp.