52 Stunning & Easy Hairstyles Ideas For Black Girls To Try
Are you currently looking for Toddler Hairstyles For Black Girls? If so, you are in the right place. Is there anything more adorable than your kid’s cute little afro? I absolutely love styling little girls’ hair so I decided to create a post dedicated to all things toddler and little black girl hair.
To help give you inspiration I have collected 50+ cute and beautiful toddler Hairstyles For Black Girls that you can try out and save for inspiration. Let’s dive in.
1. Accessorized Black Girl Hairstyle
So, you are looking for toddler hairstyles for black girls! This one is perfect fo you. Style your daughter’s hair with beads or bows to alleviate any simple style you put on.
2. Big Headband On Afro
Go big or go home with the use of a huge headband to highlight that cute baby face.
3. Half-Up Rubber Bands On Afro
A simple style that looks like you put in a lot of effort. Section the front part of the head and tie the parts with tiny scrunchies.
4. Half Rubber Band Cornrows With Space Buns
Section the top half in two, and create quick cornrows by using scrunchies that lay hair on the scalp. Tie the ends of the cornrows in a bun.
5. Afro Puffs
A classic and easy-to-go style. A go-to for all little girls. Split the hair into two and hold up the hair. Let loose a few pieces of hair at the front.
6. Half Up Pigtails
Adorable is the word when we see girls in their pigtails. Accessorize the pigtails with cute bowties.
7. Twists Ponytails
This style is super cute and very diverse. If you are looking for a neat and cute style, try this one out on your daughter.
8. Scrunchie Twists
This is a protective style that can last for a while. Use a bit of curly product to choose this style by plaiting individual twists.
9. Twist Black Girl Hairstyle
Celebrate your baby with a beautiful photoshoot styled with a huge exaggerated bow tie.
10. Piggy Tail Braided Bun
A gorgeous style for your little one special from the back to the top half of the head. Combine scrunchies and cornrows with the top hair to create a huge braided knotted bun.
11. Curly Hair
Style your baby girl’s hair with a wash-and-go. Use a baby-friendly curly cream product to moisturize and amplify the curls.
12. Side Bow Headband
Sometimes simply adding accessories like a little bow can quickly transform their curly hair look.
13. Pull Back Hair
Keep your child’s hair away from their face by pulling back the hair with a headband.
14. Full Cover Up Headband
Not only is this a great way to style your hair but also gives full average as the child’s hair is fully protected.
15. Simple Bow
Simplicity is key when it comes to this little one’s hair and by just adding a bow in front of the head is just enough.
16. Braids With Beads
Perfect when your toddler gets a bit of length to their hair. Evenly section hair to chunky sizes and gently plait the hair into large braids. Accessorize the ends of the braid with a row of colored beads.
\17. Bantu Knots With Twists
Divide hair into 4 equal sections. The top 2 sections are out into the knotted buns and the remaining 2 sections twist into jumbo twists.
18. Front Scrunchies Afro
Section the front hair into try sections and put in mini scrunchies. Let the rest of the curly hair loose.
19. Half Up Bantu Knots
Easy way to spruce up your kid’s afro hair. Put into knotted buns at the front and allow the rest of the afro out.
20. Half Up Flat Twists
Great for your older toddlers who especially have denser hair. Flat twist hair close to the scalp and finish off with twists. Add colored beads at the end of the twists.
21. Half Buns Cornrows
Unique yet easy style to achieve and a modern twist to the usual pigtails. Create cornrows from the back making your way upwards finishing off with two beautiful space buns.
22. Infant Hair Updo
Easy hairstyle to keep your child’s hair by putting hair up in different sections.
23. Breaded Scrunchies Afro
Giant beads are a great way to add style to your baby girl’s simple look.
24. Pigtails With Beads
Gently sleek the hair into 2 pigtails leaving pieces at the side of the hair and plait into braids.
25. Baby Ponytails With Bangs
This toddler hairstyle for black girls is perfect. Section a few pieces of the hair at the front to form a fringe and hold the hair in a ponytail.
26. Headband With Fringe
Use a headband to help create a beautiful style with this ponytail puff look.
27. Half Bantu Knots With Twists
Create small individual braids at the very front, section the remaining half-head and make two Bantu knots, and finish the hair with chunky twists.
28. Medium-sized Braids
A great style for your child with dense hair. Add beads to individual braided hair. A versatile hairstyle that can be styled with a mini half updo.
29. Bun Knotted Twists
Here is another Toddler Hairstyles For Black Girls. Twists are an amazing versatile protective style that can be worn for long periods and styled into a new style. This twist style is out in different knotted buns.
30. Mohawk In Sectioned Buns
The stylish and chic style for your little one that is easy to achieve with scrunchies that are strategically placed to form a mohawk.
31. Large Headband
Use a huge headband that covers a huge majority of the head.
32. Rubberband Cornrowed Knotted Pigtails
An intricate yet quick style that is neat chic and works well for your kid to shine and stand out.
33. Big Fro Hairband
The bigger the fro the better!! Let your kids curl fro stand out and style it with a simple hairband.
34. Half Bantu Knots And Half Updo Cornrows
The perfect style for your child to wear for all sorts of occasions you get to attend with your little one.
35. Twist and Braid Bun
The accessories, in this case, get to stand out with this style. These large bows placed on your kids’ hair do all the work.
36. Tiny Headband
Headbands are a great way to style your little ones hair and keep their hair away from the face.
37. Infant Headband Fro
Let the curly hair stand out for your kids and style it with a knotted beautiful bow headband.
38. Black Babies Hairstyle
Let your kid’s curly hair shine at the front of the hair and style the rest of the hair with neatly some rubber band cornrows that form a mini ponytail
39. Fringe Updo
A quick and styling look for your little one that combines elements of your curly hair and braiding the hair into near cornrows with loose curly ends.
40. Newborn Hairstyle
Obviously you are limited to styling your newborn’s baby hair. For a photoshoot simply accessorize with a beautiful headband.
41. Space Buns
An oldie when it comes to styling your kids’ hair. Accessorize with beads all over the hair.
42. Afro Puff
Put a little section of the hair in the front in chunky twists . The rest of the hair sleek it down with a bit of oil and put it in a ponytail.
43. Afro Puff With Fringe
Sleek down the edges of the hair and put them into a high ponytail. Leave out the front pieces of their hair to create a coily fringe.
44. Fro Mohawk
The curly puffy ends of this hairstyle create the illusion of a beautiful mohawk fro.
45. Two Braided Cornrows
One can never go wrong with simple braided down cornrows. Style the ends of the cornrows with 2 big bows.
46. Criss Cross Space Buns
With the use of rubber bands knot them on the scalp to create cornrows and put the ends up in curly puffs.
47. Baby Headwrap
A headwrap fully covers your child’s hair. Go for a pretty stylish head wrap that doubles as a style.
48. Triangle Buns
Sections up the hair into large triangle sections and tie the hair up in a bun.
You can customize the head into cornrows, your own preference and alap depending your child length.
50. Baby Afro
Let your baby’s hair out and style it with two cute bows.
51. Pineapple Cornrows
A quick and convenient style by cornrowing the hair in an updo and leaving the ends of the hair in an afro.
52. Bantu Knots With Square Cornrows
A style for those who want to be experimental with their child’s hair. Create bantu knots all around the hair that are separated with square cornrows.
This post shared toddler hairstyles for black girls so I hope you got some inspiration for your next style for your daughter. It’s vital to start at an early age styling and plating around with your child’s hair so you can learn to take care of it and your child gets to rock beautiful curly hairstyles. I have a little girl, and I can’t wait to do some of these cute little girl hairstyles in my hair.
Do you currently have a little girl? If so, what hairstyles do you love doing that save you time and energy?
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