Crochet Braids Hairstyles - For Women

Crochet braids, also sometimes called latch hook braids. They are typically made from synthetic hair extensions looped through your natural hair (braided into cornrows). Crochet twists are another form of the same concept, only they’re twists, instead of braids. While they take some time and patience to create, once they’re done, they can be styled in a variety of ways—piled on top of your head, pulled back, in a ponytail, or just loose. When you decide to take them out, you can wear your hair naturally. Let`s see the variants!

 #1: Short Curly Crop
When you need a break from braids, short, curly, crochet hair is the best way to go. Dress this hairstyle up with dangling earrings.

#2: Crochet Hair with Bangs
Want to make your curly bob unique? Try this 1980’s inspired bob with bangs that are generously piled on top, above your forehead. Something that you can’t achieve with natural hair is easy with crochet braids.

#3: Curly Layered Bob
Short shaggy layers and bangs create a super-cute rounded bob. Pair it with bold accessories or bright outfits to further translate its fun, carefree vibes. Shorter hair is easier to style, so if you’re sick of waiting for your hair to be done, try this lighthearted option.

#4: Long Curly Hair
Crochet hair can be worn curly for a carefree, bohemian style. These flowing waves look gorgeous whether you’re wearing a T-shirt, a suit, or a cocktail dress.

#5: Lush Crochet Twist BraidsThese gorgeous crochet twist braids are modern and unique, demanding to be noticed (and maybe touched—look out!). When you want a more dressed-down style, pull them back into a ponytail, or even two.

#6: Big Hair with HighlightsCrochet hair styles give you both the desired length and volume. Your own hair is protected in micro braids underneath this luxurious mane. Use a few different shades for a dimensional effect.
#7: Bob Twist Braids
Short kinky crochet braids are the perfect solution for ladies who want a light and classy hairstyle that doesn’t need additional styling. Thick ropes provide a funky, fashionable feel. The shoulder-grazing length has minimal weight, so it won’t stress your tresses underneath.

#8: Curly Crochet Pixie
The best hair styles aren’t always long. Sew-ins are a great way to create cropped shapes as well. This is a brilliant option if you like short hair that’s fun and sassy. It’s also ideal for previewing a chop

#9: Voluminous Side-Parted Bob
A crochet twist out can offer perfectly uniform curlicues. Synthetic hair is best as it is unaffected by humidity and other environmental factors. The ash brown hue is a modern and sophisticated color choice.

#10: Half Up Bun for Crochet Hair
Installing crochet braids is one thing, but styling them is where you can really unleash your creativity. A giant half up bun is a simple idea, but the look is quite showy and quick to do in the morning. It’s polished and cool, perfect for work and happy hour.

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