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What Hairstyles Do Men Like on Black Women

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What Hairstyles Do Men Like on Black Women

There are so many hairstyles black women can try out. However, for this article we will be focusing on the top five hairstyles men like on black women. These styles include: mid-part wavy hair, straight long hair, curly medium-length hair, short Afro and braided hairstyles. If you’re looking to get a potential suitor intrigued and excited about getting to know you better then one of these styles might help you get that wish. Take a look at our list below and see which style best suits your taste and personality before taking action!

1) Medium Curly Hairstyle

This is one of the most flaunted hairstyle by black celebrities such as Solange Knowles (see picture) and Rihanna. Celebrities have a way of influencing the hair styles that people want to wear – especially if it’s worn by someone who is seen as a style icon or trendsetter. These weave hairstyles require a long length which you can pull up into a ponytail for those low-key days when you don’t feel like fussing with your tresses.

This hairstyle will require some time in order to keep it looking good because curls tend to frizz up quickly due the weather or even humidity from showers. However, this style can be accomplished by yourself at home with minimal stress and fuss if you know what products to use.

2) Straight Long Hairstyle

this type of hairstyle is very popular with black women because it gives a very sleek and polished look. It is also low-maintenance, which is a bonus for those who don’t want to spend hours in the mirror styling their hair every day. The key to this style is using a good quality flat iron and some heat protectant serum to keep your locks healthy and shiny.

This hairstyle can be worn wavy or straight, making it versatile for different occasions. You can also part it in the middle or on the side, depending on your mood or outfit for the day.

3) Wavy Mid-Part Hairstyle

This style is perfect for black women who have medium to long hair lengths. All you need to do is section your hair off into two halves, one in the front and one in the back. Then, start curling your hair using a small-barrel curling iron. Once you’ve curled all of your hair, simply brush it out and part it in the middle. This will give you that effortless wavy look that is very popular right now.

This hairstyle is perfect for those who want to add a touch of glamour to their everyday look or for special occasions.

4) Braided Hairstyles

Braided hairstyles are always popular with black women because they are so versatile. You can wear them straight or curly, depending on your mood and the occasion. There are many different types of braids that you can try, but for this article we will be focusing on three of the most popular ones: fishtail, French and Dutch braids.

Fishtail braids are very easy to do and they look great when paired with a curly Afro or straight hair. French braids are perfect for formal occasions, while Dutch braids are great for a casual day out.

5) Short Afro

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This is probably one of the most iconic hairstyles worn by black women. It is simple, yet stylish and can be worn for any occasion. The key to this style is using a good quality pomade or wax to keep your hair looking neat all day long.

This style is perfect for black women who want to keep their hair short and stylish without having to spend a lot of time in front of the mirror. It is also perfect for those with coarse hair because it creates an illusion of having fine or smoother locks.

Fashion trends change over time, but hairstyles always seem to make a comeback every once in a while. These styles were popular about five years ago and they are slowly making their way back into the mainstream which is why many black women (and men) might be interested in trying them out! You can change up your look by trying one of these styles and see how it changes your overall appearance and confidence levels. Just remember that you don’t have to limit yourself to just one style; you can experiment with different types and find out what works best for you. Thanks for reading!

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