Little black girls hairstyles for children from 7 to 10 years

Styles for African American girls don’t need tension or harsh chemicals on their fragile hair. Choose simple hairstyles with little maintenance. It is best to avoid hair extensions that tend to add and lose weight break. Hair extensions or adult hairstyles tend to make little girls look older than when they were supposed to adopt their natural beauty and youth.

credit: Jupiterimages / Photos.com / Getty Images Braids are a simple and easy-care hairstyle for little black girls.

pigtails

Credit: Jack Hollingsworth / Photodisc / Getty Images Braids are a popular style because they require little maintenance.

Braiding, or weaving three strands of hair together in intricate patterns, is a popular hairstyle for African American girls. Braids offer endless styles. They last up to a month without chemicals. Stylists should be careful when twisting or twisting braids, as tight braids can cause scalp damage and headaches. Braids should be washed and conditioned at least twice a month to reduce scalp damage. Braids should not remain in the hair for longer than two months. additional Time can lead to serious breaks as the hair begins to solidify and curl. Lichen can be moistened with a light oil every day.

ponytails

credit: Stockbyte / Stockbyte / Getty Images Ponytails can be simple and sophisticated, or adorned with colorful hair clips and ribbons.

A ponytail is a hairstyle in which part or all of the hair is pulled away from the face, gathered and fastened with a clip or ribbon. Several Ponytails are ideal for small children who appreciate the colorful hair clips and ribbons. However, children ages 10 and up should not have more than two ponytails. Traditional ponytails can be reinforced with zigzag or fancy strands of hair. Stylists can carefully draw zigzags in the hair with a rat tail comb. The hair is then collected in separate pieces using a wide tooth comb. Ribbons can be added to the ribbons. Preteens may prefer a more sophisticated look, such as a ponytail in the back of the head.

Curls

Image: Digital Vision./Phodisc/Getty Images Sponge Rollers create a simple wavy style for young girls.

Curls, whether natural or heated, are simple styles that are best suited for special occasions. Stylists can put sponge rollers in the hair by dividing it into small sections and rolling the entire head. The rolls are covered with a satin cloth. The girls are then placed under a hood dryer for up to 45 minutes. Curls can also be achieved with a curling iron. Lotion helps separate the curls and reduce frizz. Natural, unprocessed black hair is usually curly. Stylists can add water and gently comb through the hair. The less formal style is best maintained with light coconut or carrot oil.

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