Top 10 trendy hairstyle for ladies in Nigeria

Firstly, an applaud for everyone in history who has contributed to  inventing amazing hairstyles for ladies. You all, dead or alive are legends.

the hair is said to be the richest ornament of a woman and this statement is nothing far from the truth. The oldest known depiction of hair styling is hair braiding which dates back about 30,000 years. In historywomen’s hair was often elaborately and carefully dressed in special ways. From the time of the Roman Empire until the Middle Ages, most women grew their hair as long as it would naturally grow.

A lady can put on fire-ass shoes, carry a sassy bag and even Beyonce-level makeup but the hair truly what makes her standout in the room.

While some ladies are looking to rock Yemi Alade’s Mama Africa hairstyle, other ladies are looking to rock Beyonce’s Brown Skin Girl braids. There are so many beautiful hairstyles for ladies to choose form that you might end up never knowing what hairstyle to make.

However, we have collected a list of some trending and beautiful hairstyles for ladies to rock at every occasion. These styles speak elegance and class.

Lemonade Braids

Named after Beyonce’s “Lemonade” album, these braids are trending in 2020. Perhaps you might know it with a different name from your secondary school days – Police Cap. They are also known by others as side braids. The style is simple and looks good regardless of your face shape.

Ghana Weaving

Ghana weaving has been in vogue foor quite a long time now and a lot of people are still wearing this hairstyle. They are typically a type of cornrow made by adding a little of the extension to the hair until it gets to the tips. Ghana weaving is also known by some people as banana braids, invisible braids or Cherokee braids.

Short Dreadlocks

Short dreadlocks still look as beautiful as ever and we are not even joking. This hairstyle knows no age as both the young and elderly can rock it. It is way less stressful and very simple to pull off. Want to flaunt your hairstyle without having to worry too much, then shprt dreadlocks is the way to go.

Long dreadlocks

It does not matter how you want your dreadlocks to look, you have to take proper care of your hair. This hairstyle is a long term hairstyle and will need to be constantly taken care of. Dreadlocks are a way to avoid regular visit to the salon.


nigerian braided hairstyle for women

Some people may say Shuku is old fashion but there is almost no lady in Nigeria who has never rocked shuku. Shuku does not just give you the mature woman look, it is also one of those hairstyles that men love to see on women.


women's nigerian braided hairstyle

Yoruba people made it feel like they own this hairstyle but it looks equally beautiful on Fulani, Igbo, Ijaw, Calabar and every other tribe women in Nigeria. The ‘clap’ is a similar Nigerian braided hairstyle to the shuku mentioned above, but instead of forming a bun, the cornrows face each other like the palms look when clapped, hence the name, Patewo. Feel free to call oit “Clap” at the salon if you are not bothered about how awkward you will look the women here.

Two Braid Pigtails

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These are laid back hairstyles that are completely conventional and casual. These are just hairstyles that you were when you don’t need a no-fuss hairstyle. It is usuallythe Saturday hairstyle that you run errands with  or bvisit a friend.

Side  Didi

Side Didi Braided Hairstyles for Nigerian Ladies

The side didi is a unique hairstyle that is commonly worn by Yoruba women. It is similar to French braids that are done sideways. This hairstyle is a casual and unique look for anybody to pull off. They make you look simple.

Different sized cornrows

Differently Sized Cornrows for Nigerian Women

These are just like the normal cornrows just with different sizes. It is the combination of a big sized and tiny sized braids neatly done. It looks even better than normal cornrows.

Feed-in Braids

feed in braids hairstyle for nigerian women

These are just lkike cornrows but involves cutting the hair into sections within sections and braiding it down. Anybody can pull this off.

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