Crochet Hairstyles

Crochet Hairstyles

Crochet hairstyles are one of the most popular hair trends today. And for a good reason, they are super easy to install and flattering on almost every type of hair. Crochet hairstyles are a super versatile protective style—which can be worn straight, curly, twisted, or as a braided or faux loc hairstyle, all without damaging your hair—and they’re also just really freaking pretty. This is especially true for styles like box braids, which can be hard on the hair. You can achieve a variety of styling options on different textures with your crochet braids, from going for a long hairstyle or a short one the next day.

Crochet Braids Hairstyles

Crochet braids – if you have not heard of this term, you must live under a boulder. Using a crochet needle, you braid your tresses by cornrowing your hair and adding hair extensions individually into each cornrow. This is a great styling option for people who want to try different looks with their protective style. Since the extensions are sewn into your braids, your hair colour, texture, volume, length, or curl pattern is not altered.

A big reason why crochet braids are so ‘in’ right now is that you can add loose hair extensions, and the result is that they look like natural hair. You can keep them in for 6-8 weeks, depending on how your scalp feels and the environment. For example, if it’s sweltering where you’re at, you might only need to keep the crochet in for about four weeks so that your scalp can get some fresh air. The only thing that will break your hair is if your crochet is too tight or the cornrows are too tight.

Crochet Twist Hairstyles

Crochet twists are also called Senegalese twists, but for now, we will stick with crochet twists. They were prominent in the early 90s before reappearing a few times, much as typical hairstyles do. There are several reasons why they are appropriate for your hair, some of which we’ll discuss momentarily, but more than that, they look fantastic, which is frequently the reason why so many ladies spend hours sitting in the hairstylist’s chair getting them done.

The crochet techniques used in the early 90s have evolved, and there are now more ways than ever to have your crochet twists styled and designed. You can achieve a natural curly look like this or go for some elegant updates.

Short Crochet Hairstyles

Crochet hair extensions are one of the best protective styling options for short natural hair. They cover up the entire length of your hair and thread it with various styles, from light waves to tight twists. The appeal of crochet braids is that you may easily achieve the ideal length and form. Just select the best style for your face type to seem fabulously effortless. Crochet styles are cute, versatile, and a great alternative to protective styles like braids or weaves.

Black Crochet Hairstyles

They were prominent in the 90s, and it seems they’re back again – crochet braids are back on the rise, and they’re bigger and better than ever. If you’ve ever wanted to play around with style, texture, length, or colour, crochet braids give you the perfect opportunity with synthetic and human hair used to create beautifully. Black Crochet braids look pretty.

Crochet Faux Locs Hairstyles

You can always go right with a bold updo. Style your locs as you would your natural hair in a stylish bun to wear for any occasion. Opt for red or blonde hues if you want to add some colour to your faux locs. If you want a more daring option, choose pop colours like pink, purple, or blue. Take you imitative locs up a notch with fun and colourful accessories.

Crochet Faux Locs Hairstyles

If you have some time to style your faux locs, this space bun style won’t make you go unnoticed on a night out. Achieving lovely curly hair with fake dreadlocks is super easy. You can braid or twist them if they’re medium-long, creating a new style. It looks so pretty on your hairstyle.

Crochet Hairstyles Curly

Curly Crochet Hair The versatility of crochet hairstyles allows for much customization, including layering. For example, this bouncy style uses layers and a deep side part to create more volume on the sides and balance the long face. The style also protects delicate, natural strands as they are usually cornrowed or braided and tucked away under the extensions. The style choices are seemingly endless and crochet braids work with just about any natural hair texture, length, and color. The only thing limiting a crochet curly style is the extent of the imagination.

Crochet Hairstyles Straight

Sometimes you need to go super straight and super sleek with your hairstyle. This is an excellent example of a way to wear this style with refined and elegant hair, a trend making a massive comeback in 2023. We all like crochet styles with highlights, but what about something fancier than golden hues? This layered bob embraces a contrasting black and white colour scheme to create a unique style. It’s far from that.

This technique has been around for years. However, many women are currently using these extensions for protective styling. Why? Unlike many other protective hairstyles, creating crochet hairstyles is super DIY friendly —if you can cornrow braid.


Crochet hairstyles are a popular trend that is easy to install and flattering on all hair types. They can be worn straight, curly, twisted, or as a braided or faux loc hairstyle without damaging the hair. Crochet braids are a great alternative to other protective styles like braids and weaves and are a staple of the natural hair movement. They come in various styles and colours, from basic braids to long coils and curls resembling natural hair’s texture. Perfect for those who want to try different looks with their protective style, they are made of cornrowing hair and adding extensions to each cornrow.

Twist twists, also known as Senegalese twists, are usually associated with female hairstyles. Additionally, crochet braids allow you to use synthetic and human hair to create beautifully and look stylish with bold updos and colourful accessories. Crafting contemporary faux locs is a great way to wear them and a DIY-friendly way to look.

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