Box Braids: Box braids are small to medium-sized braids that can be long or short. They are popular for their versatility and can be styled in various ways, from updos to ponytails.
Cornrows: Cornrows are narrow, tight braids that are close to the scalp. They can be done in various patterns, such as straight back, curved, or zigzag, and can be combined with other styles.
Fulani Braids: Fulani braids, inspired by the Fulani people of West Africa, are characterized by a central braid or parting with smaller braids on either side.
Twists: Two-strand twists are a versatile and low-maintenance option. You can do medium-sized or mini twists, and they can be worn loose or styled into various updos and buns.
Braided Updo: Braided updos can be created by twisting or braiding sections of your hair and pinning them into an updo style. This is a popular choice for formal occasions.
Ghana Braids: Ghana braids, also known as feed-in braids, are cornrows that gradually become thicker as they move toward the ends. They create a beautiful and protective style.