Trending Braids for Summer 2021

Trending Braids for Summer 2021

Trending Braids for Summer 2021

Braids are finally getting their appreciation for their impact on fashion and the style is thriving in 2021. As things begin to reopen and we cautiously reenter the world, folks are ready to emerge as open carefree versions of their 2019 selves. So if there's a time for trends - it's now.

  Luckily wig makers are adapting and creating better lace braids and locs that can keep up with us. Better, blendable lace that can give you look, after look without showing wear and tear. If you have the time and the money, give it to your locticians and braiding experts, but if you are looking for a quick switch, lace braids are ready for hot girl summer 2021. 

Just because braids are trendy, doesn't mean you can't stand out. There are the endless adaptations on traditional patterns, featuring modern colors and lengths.  Let's get your creative juices flowing and fawn over our top picks for trendy braided styles. 


Coming in hot this Summer are Bob Box Braids: This type is a shorter take on the box braid trend (did we all watch Poetic Justice in lockdown?) The modern bob cut adapts well to braids, highlighting one's natural bone structure. It's easy and chic to accessorize this minimalist style with wood beads or ribbons. Yes, this look is totally 90's Brandy but maybe that's why we love it so much.



 French Braids: This is a perfect hairstyle for special occasions. These braids look intricate and romantic and take 2-minutes to style. Regardless of texture, french braids always make you feel like royalty. Update this simple look with a tosseled take on the braided classic or add some jewels for a little extra razzle dazzle.


Braided Ponytail: This type of braid style is glamorous, sleek, and oh so easy to wear. The high ponytail draws attention to the cheek bones and the cascading braids radiate goddess energy. There are plenty of variations on this style, style the ponytail in different directions or double down and opt for pigtails. This looks is also pretty easy to style from box braids but you can do cornrow patterns that are made for the ponytail look. 


The Lemonade Braids: Bey is never wrong and these are very right. In this style, the hair is braided to one side and can be combined with other cornrows styles. Like with most of these styles, this look can be personalized to your desired length, thickness, and color. This style of braid has definitely been amplified by celebrity style, with hit makers ike Beyonce and Rihanna rocking the look. 



Tribal Braids: They have their roots in the tribes of Africa, demonstrating the heritage and status of an individual. A good example is the Fulani tribe. They are known for their signature braiding style. It involves braiding thin to medium plaits in rows along the sides of the head while leaving a central twist at the crown. You can accessorize this twist with some beads or rings.


Butterfly Braids: This type of braid usually involves using extensions because it is thick and slightly fluffy. It is an eye-catching style that requires sewing in a braid to keep them secured. It can be garnish with some accessories depending on how you want to rock this hairdo. 


Senegalese Twist Braids: This type of braid is also known as a rope twist because it involves wrapping your natural hair with hair extension before you begin twisting. It is a protective style that prevents hair damage and exposure to environmental pollution. The Senegalese braids are for long-term use because they can be washed and dried.


Ghana Braids: versatile trending braid. It involves starting with micro braids and expanding it gradually to a large braid. It requires adding hair extension depending on how thick you want the size of your braid to be. The most common way to wear them is from front to the back, and you can also decide to start from the front, moving upward to form a bun or style it up in any direction you prefer.


Feed-in Braids: This type of braids look more natural and less bulky, thereby creating a narrow and flat point at the hairline. It causes less tension and protects the edges.






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