African braids are attachment hairstyles that never go out of style. From cornrows to shuku, box braids, knotless braids, and what have you, these sty
African braids are attachment hairstyles that never go out of style. From cornrows to shuku, box braids, knotless braids, and what have you, these styles remain evergreen. But there’s something else they have in common: you can tweak them to become braids with beads or curls when you get bored of your regular ends.
Besides giving you a different look, adorning your braids with beads enhances the beauty of your hairstyle.
Think back to when you were a little girl.
What was the number one accessory your mom used in adorning your hair? Beads, eh?
Remember how you’d shake your head anytime you wore this hairstyle so the beads could jiggle. Recall how the colorful rubber bands secured and complemented your beaded hair accessory.
How alluring you must have been as a little girl.
Now, you’re an adult. I don’t expect you to shake your head every second so your beads jiggle and make a sound.
But if you want to add more details to your braids and make a style statement, accessorizing with cute beads is the way to go. You’ll find inspiration in this post.
Just keep reading and you’ll see what I mean.
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