How To Rock An Afro LIke A Boss

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Afro is back. Oh Yes,it is.

Since a lot of women started going back to their natural hair, Afro has become a go-to hairstyle for many. The beautiful thing about an Afro is that it is easy to style and rock. You don’t have to spend hours styling. All you do is moisturize, comb and maybe accessorize and you are good to go.

But if you want to take your fro game to another level, here are five ways to rock and Afro like a boss.

1. The Afro with some fringe

afro with fringe

Ever seen a fro this big and with fringe? Well now you see it. This is what being extra looks like. This is not your regular fro.

2. Twist out fro

twist out fro

This is for those who deal with shrinkage. If you are the type that have excessive shrinkage, then, you should consider doing a twist out fro. This would help give your afro volume and some boss look too.

3. Afro meet accessories

Afro hair by nnenab

You can never go wrong with accessories. Boss up with added accessories to your fro such as flowers, bands, scarfs, hats and more

4. Braid out fro

braid out afro

Similar to a twist out, a braid out gives your fro enough volume and bounce. Check out this video on how to do a braid out.

5. Low bun fro

When you badly want to lay those edges and still rock that fro, you should probably opt for a low bun fro. You can braid the front part of your hair or just lay them down with the aid of a gel.

6. The Fro puff

fro puff

When you don’t feel like froing, just puff it and do your makeup. This fro puff surely makes a statement. Want to get a puff that makes a statement? Check out this tutorial.

7. Teeny Weeny Afro

Afro hair twa

Where the short naturals at? You to can rock your fro like a boss in your TWA. Getting the perfect TWA just got easier.

Bonus tip: You can use clip ins and extensions to get any of these mentioned styles. So if you like you don’t want to wear your natural hair and you can still get these styles by using clip ins and extensions.

Now it’s your turn. Tell us how you rock an Afro like a boss in the comment section. We would love to know 😉