Braided Mohawk Hairstyles for Black Kids
Hairstyles by mathslover
Here are some cute hairstyles for black girls which i have done,I hope that these hairstlyes will help you with any braided hairstlyes you where trying to achieve. Please feel free to comment on these hairstyles which I did.
Black kids hairstyles
Everyone looks great when their hair is neatly braided. Not to mention when there is a pretty little hair accessory in the hair which matches their outfit. Are you looking for ideas in how to braid you or your child's hair? Here I'll show you some hairstyles which i did for some girls. These are braided hairstyles in the Mohawk, the pineapple and also a flat twist hairstyle in the Mohawk , there are also some pictures of ghana braids i did.
Pictures of cute hairstyles for black girls
Cute black girls hairstylesClick thumbnail to view full-size
Flat twist mohawk hairstlyle
This hairstlye was inspired by a mohawk hairstlye which Keisha Cole had. This hairstlye has flat twist to the sides with curls dropping down in the middle and a muff at the front of the head.
More braided mohawk hairstyles
Here are some simple hairstyles braided in the mohawk, pineapple and in ghana braids (invisible cornrow). These styles are good for school, and on holiday. Girls could have their own hair braided like these with some colored beads on the ends.
This hairstyle is a simple hairstyle where all the hair is braided to meet in the very centre of the head, the ends are left open in a puff. Giving you a look somewhat like a pineapple. If you prefer, the ends could be braided and pinned in neat.
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