Nigerian women love to adopt hairstyles with wool. You can use synthetic or natural to style your hair into a protective style. Another protective layer that is trending within the market is using wool (or yarn). Nigerians use wool to do protective styles because they offer the same versatility.
They can be one in braids, bob, bangs, cornrows, twists, locks, buns, and many other styles. Wool is easier to manipulate into these styles because the texture of the wool is softer. We bring you 10 stunning Nigerian hairstyles with wool that are worth to try for!
Breathtaking Nigerian Women Hairstyles with Wool
Hair extensions is a buzzword for adopting new hairstyles without the fear of losing or damaging hair. Be it wool or weave these extensions are exercised by black people around the world. We have gleaned a list of 10 Nigerian hairstyles for women with wool. Let’s get started!
1. Wool Braids
Wool braids can also be called yarn braids. It is a thick material that can be used to create braids that will cover your hair’s thickness. In addition, it is a comfortable material that will not weigh down your hair.
The braids will feel light and won’t cause any headaches or bumps on your foreheads. Nigerian women love this wool hairstyle because it is easy to achieve due to the soft texture of the wool.
As well as, it is easy to manipulate when styling. It can be worn in different colors such as green (like in the picture), grey, red, black, and many others.
2. Wool Twists
This Nigerian hairstyle for women with wool can be used to do twists as well., If you do your twists using black wool or dark brown wool then it would be similar to your hair texture. Thus, allowing the look to be more natural so people will think it’s your natural hair.
So, it will be perfect for work. Remember that the wool is easy to style and manage so the twist should be done within a short time or less time than doing it with synthetic hair. This hairstyle can be achieved at home if you know how to twist your own hair.
As well as, it can be styled into ponytails, cornrows, buns, pigtails, half up, half downs and many other hairstyles. Lastly, wool twists can also be called yarn twists.
3. Wool Locks
Another material that can be used to create the “faux” locks is wool. It gives the locks a naturalistic look so that it will look like actual locks. To the wool locks, you can add a few accessories. The accessories may get trapped into the hair so less is better.
In addition, you can do the locks in different colors to add more flair to your loc. Again, the wool material is very light so it won’t be as heavy as natural locks. In addition, the soft texture will make the locks easy to flow within the wind. Lastly, it can be styled in various other styles.
4. Wool Jumbo Twists Bob
Another wool hairstyle for Nigerian women to do is jumbo twists. You can do your jumbo twists to butt length or at bob length (like in the picture). If the hair is shaped into a bob then it will reach neck or chin length depending on your preference.
Wool Jumbo Twists Bob is a very chic hairstyle that is worn by Nigerians. You can wear the colors in black for it to look more natural. This hairstyle is perfect for any occasion.
As well as, go out of your comfort zone and wear the different shades of blue like in this picture. Lastly, you can add accessories as well to accentuate the hairstyle.
5. Wool Mohawk
A wool mohawk is as the name suggests, your hair is styled into a mohawk using the material wool. In this picture, her mohawk is done using faux locks. However, you can do your mohawk using the wool as mini twists, jumbo twists, mini braids, jumbo twists or into a mohawk bob.
Naturally braided mohawks are heavy because of the material, however, if you use wool it will be light to manage. Wool mohawk will have you look very good, especially if you style it in different ways. This is another summer hairstyle for Nigerian women.
6. Wool Waist Length Braids
Another chic hairstyle with wool is waist length braids for summer. You would style your hair into braids using the wool material into braids, twists, and even faux locks! You can do it into one color or multiple colors like in the picture.
Wool Waist Length Braids are perfect for summer because your hair will flow in the wind. In addition, the colors will add spice to all your cute summer outfits. You can wear the braids longer than to your waist, for example to your butt.
7. Wool Bangs and Pigtails
This hairstyle with wool is perfect for Nigerian women for summer whether they are going to summer school or not. The hair allows them to have cute bangs that can be tailored to frame their face. Then, you can add pigtails that will fall low or high, depending on your preference.
It is a fun hairstyle that they will love that isn’t all over their face. In addition, it can be pinned out of their face as they do a lot of physical activities for their summer. You can choose to have shaved sides like in the picture or style it in wool braids, twists, or faux locks throughout it.
8. Wool Bun
A wool bun is another Nigerian wool hairstyle that all women can do in the summer, especially because it is the hottest season of the year. The bun can be done with the hair styled in faux locks. In addition, braids or twists can be done as well to achieve the bun.
The bun is a classy hairstyle that is perfect for formal events such as work, dinner, weddings, and many others. Naturally, if you have a lot of your hair on your head the bun would be heavy. Again, using the wool material your head will be able to manage it.
9. Wool Locks with Accessories
A wool bun is another hairstyle for Nigerian women with wool that they can do in the summer, especially because it is the hottest season of the year. The bun can be done with the hair styled in faux locks.
In addition, braids or twists can be done as well to achieve the bun. The bun is a classy hairstyle that is perfect for formal events such as work, dinner, weddings, and many others.
Naturally, if you have a lot of your hair on your head the bun would be heavy. Again, using the wool material your head will be able to manage it.
10. Wool Cornrow Braids
In Nigeria cornrowing with wool is another creative hairstyle idea that has been trending. Feeding wool into your hair then cornrowing it instead of synthetic hair will produce amazing results.
The wool is normally in a rich color, especially if you buy a bright color, so it will blend into your natural hair perfectly. You can do big cornrows, or smaller ones that will cover the surface area of your hair, it really depends on your preference.
The cornrows can be short to bob length or long to waist length. In addition, you can add more intricate designs by doing some cornrows big, and the others small. As well as, adding different colors to the cornrows. This is a trending summer hairstyle within Nigeria.
Out of all the 10 Nigerian hairstyles with wool, which hairstyle will you be trying for this summer?