Rock These Hairstyles To Add To Your Summer Glow

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It's good to switch up once in a while, right? With the weather getting better, many of us might be inspired to try new things. Why not start with your hair? Here are some slick summer styles that we know you'll just love!

Bantu Knots


This classic style is thought to have come from the Zulu people of southern Africa, and has been worn from famous faces from Lauryn Hill and Rihanna. If you want a bohemian style that's perfect for African print and more colourful outfits, look no further! Let Bri Hall show you how it's done.

 

Senegalese Twists


As you may have guessed from the name, this flattering hairstyle comes from the West African nation of Senegal. It may take a bit of time, but it's certainly worth the effort! We think it looks fun and flattering, and best of all, it's a protective style. Check out ForeverCryssy's tutorial to learn the ropes.

 
Braided Updo


This is pretty much the closest thing to having a hair crown on your head. Fit for a queen, the braided updo is the way to serve serious regal vibes. Get your queen on with this amazing hairstyle. westNDNbeauty has you covered.

 
Short curls

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Not feeling a long hair look? Short curls are ideal for you then. With fairly little fuss and low levels of maintenance, this could be carefree summer style you've been longing for! Let TappIntoBeauty show you how to define those curls.

 

Box Braids

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Classic. Elegant. Bad as hell. Box braids are the perfect look. Model Selah Marley - the daughter of none other than the legendary Lauryn Hill - made serious waves when she rocked box braids in a commercial for Chanel's Chance fragrance. Here's Braids By Chinia to show you how to get the style.

 
These are just some of our favorite styles to rock this summer. Are there any styles you love? Do you have some suggested styles? Let us know in the comments and get talking to us on Twitter. It's great to hear from you!

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