Two french braids on black hair

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Playful Middle Part

Tracee Ellis Ross's exuberant personality comes through in this full, that saves the volume for the sides and stays low key on top.

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Flirty Forehead Pieces

Victoria's Secret model Samile Bermannelli's tight curls have a sexy piecey-ness, including a couple strands that tease the look of bangs without.

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Short and Glossy Curls

We'd be smiling ear to ear like Samira Wiley too if we were sporting such a cute style. A high dose of shine adds definition to her tight, springy curls.

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Multi-Texture Ponytail

Super-sleek at the base, this long ponytail mixes up a variety of textures from straight to wavy to curly — all of which you can get — for an edgy yet glamorous look.

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Curly Bangs

Who says curly hair can't have bangs? Zendaya is proof that you can not only with your natural texture, you don't have to straighten them out to look incredible.

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Wash and Go

Dark and Lovely's Lead Squad Stylist, Stephanie McLemore, says the secret to nailing this style is bringing your into the equation. Use the diffuser to dry your hair without blasting away your coils.

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Halo Braid

According to Desiree Verdejo, "There are only three easy steps to achieving this style: detangle your hair, make around your head, and lastly, pull on the braid so that its thicker in certain sections for a messier look." 

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Bantu Knots

Bantu knots, which originated in Southern Africa, are a great way to take your hair game up a notch. And don't commit the cardinal crime that is forgetting to lay your baby hair.

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Bantu Knot-Out

Bantu knot-outs will change fundamentally change you. There's no other way to get coils as full and bouncy as the ones you're left with after having unraveled the knots. They're also ideal for women who are transitioning from relaxed to natural hair.

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Elegant Updo

Stuff the idea that even further in the trash with this fancy updo. It'll really help you bring the wow-factor of the red carpet to your everyday life.

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Box Braids

The best thing about box braids is that they're a great way to protect your hair from over-styling and the damage that comes with it. The second best thing is that there's a size for every preference, ranging from Moesha to.

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Braid Out

Ever get a glimpse of your perfect post-braids waves in a mirror and wished you had somewhere to go? We know. Just spritz your hair with water, add product, and decide whether will be your ticket to morning flawlessness.

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Fauxhawk

This isn't the average angsty pre-teen haircut that we're talking about. This style simply calls for an abundance of pins, a smoothing brush, and the desire to flaunt your edgy side. For a more long-lasting version of the style, consider the sides.

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Crochet Braids

Crochet braids are the volume-lover's best friend. When you untwist these babies they explode into bouncy goodness. They can also last up to two months, so they're a perfect protective style.

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French Braids

Rock these twin French braids and pretend that your effortlessly cool look didn't cost you some upper arm soreness. Simply start at the top on each side and create three-strand braids while adding a bit more hair per section as you move down.

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Pineapple

You can pull your locks toward the crown of your head and pin accordingly for a funky 'do. Or, for a less severe version, Vida Latimer, Colorist and Educator at Devachan NYC, recommends using "very wide micro fiber headband to gently lift curls from her face. Then, you can jump right into bed, since this style is perfect for overnight style-stretching.

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Stretched Afro

Of course, you can just rock the afro that nature gave you. But, for a little variety, try stretching your hair with a minimal amount of heat to show off your length and achieve envy-inducing volume.

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High Bun

Buns get such a bad rep for no reason. Really, there's no better way to instantly look like you have your life in order than by sporting a.

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Three two french braids on black hair Strand Twist Out

The three-strand twist out is the answer to every natural girl's prayers to achieve the ultimate curl definition. The motion is a bit confusing at first, but once you get it down, you'll be a twisting machine. Latimer is also a fan of the style, as it lasts for a few days and promotes the "replenishing of moisture in the hair," which is especially important in curly and transitioning hair. Want to achieve this yourself? Follow along with YouTube hair expert Samantha a.k.a..

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Senegalese Twists

If you're looking for, then look no further than these twists. And please do consider tossing in a bit of color, because why wouldn't you?

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Sleek Ponytail

Who says that have to be condemned to marinating in your gym sweat? Start thinking of them as actual styles and stop looking at them as last-ditch efforts. Dress it up by adding a deep part and flatten it to sleekness with a bit of edge control and a satin scarf.

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Pompadour

Channel your inner Janelle Monae and work your poof. Bonus points if you succeed at achieving a style that's equally as stylish in the back.

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Cornrows

Don't let anyone tell you that these are "boxer braids." They're cornrows and they're fabulous. Plus, you can keep them in for a few days and follow up with a braid-out, easily carrying you from one wash day to the next.

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Space Buns

Who says that this funky style is only for kids? Rock out with sleek buns, or embrace your texture and upgrade them to Afro puffs, leaving your ends free.

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Faux Locs

If you're looking for a shortcut to a head full of beautiful dreadlocks, then you'll be pleased to know that you can fake it 'til you make it using extensions. If you want to polish off your look, add some pretty dread cuffs into the mix!

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Two-Strand Twist

Two-strand twists are truly the best of both worlds, because they're super easy and quick. Plus, after they're done, you can still style them differently each day!

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WATCH: How to Get Perfect Eyebrows

The best way to accessorize an amazing hairstyle? Amazing brows.

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Pin these looks!

To make sure you never forget all these gorgeous (and totally inspiring) hairdos, be sure to pin this nifty graphic to your hair board.

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