Black hairstyles have always played a dominant role in the American fashion scene. What we see African American women wearing today will drive the fashion trends for other cultures across the globe also. UniversalSalons.Com is honored to have over 20,000 Black hairstyles images in our galleries. We had our style editors comb through our library and choose the trends in the Black hair industry today. These hairstyles represent the wide range of choices today’s Black women have when they make their style decisions. All our hairstyles were created by some of the top professional hairstylists in the Black hair industry. Check out our gallery of the ultimate guide to black hairstyles for 2020 & 2021.
These chocolate ombre goddess locs feature a custom blend of browns and caramels applied in an ombre fashion. The hairstyle is in high demand because of it’s stunning beauty and its protective properties. Tish Summers from Shear diva Designs in Fayetteville, NC created this long flowing locs hairstyle. The faux locs application used is exclusive to the talented staff at Shear Diva Designz. This signature locs application ensures that your ombre goddess locs hairstyle will stay firmly attached without damaging your hair.
Long goddess locs are one of the most sought-after hairstyles for black women this year. When they are installed correctly, long goddess locs are trendy, they’re incredibly easy to maintain, and goddess locs are an excellent protective hairstyle for anyone trying to grow out their own hair. The issue many women have are improper installation of their locs. After all, goddess locs are a form of faux locs, meaning hair additions will need to be used. Many people trust this installation to unlicensed, individuals who don’t understand the essential aspects of a proper goddess locs hairstyle. We asked Tish Summers, a professional hairstylist, and a faux locs expert to help us understand the steps needed to make your long goddess locs look like a million bucks.
Goddess locs are a beautiful, protective hairstyle that pays tribute to our African heritage. They are a form of faux locs that are distinguished by their wavy, textured ends. Goddess locs, like the 20-inch install featured in these images are designed to look great in many different settings. They also keep your own hair safe from the elements because they are securely wrapped inside the faux lock.