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20 Black Girl Hairstyles Your Kid Will Love

With school in session, it’s important that our little girls looks great without all the fussiness that comes with daily styling for hard to manage ‘dos. If you’re looking for some nice looks that will fit into your fast paced lifestyle, here are 20 simple black girl hairstyles that your princess will love.

1. Lil Miss Daisy

This little simple style is great for students that may be growing out their hair and in between styles but still want to shine with simplicity.

Lil Miss Daisy black girl hairstyles

Style by LACEY SINGLETON, Upscale Hair Salon, Savannah, GA

Lil Miss Daisy black girl hairstyles 2

Style by LACEY SINGLETON, Upscale Hair Salon, Savannah, GA

How to Style:

  1. Shampoo and condition hair.
  2. Use setting lotion or foam wrap to set hair.
  3. Curl dried hair with a 1″ curling iron all over except for the bang.
  4. Flat iron bang.

Recommended Products:

Use a light serum and holding spray for shine and hold. This will keep from weighing down hair and making it stiff.

Best Shaped Face and Hair Type:

This style looks best on round or square shaped faces and relaxed hair types.

Tip(s):

Use soft pillow rollers at night to keep style and to use less heat and cover with satin bonnet.

2. Twisted Sista

This beautiful, but quick and easy do is just as simple to maintain as it is to style.

Twisted Sista Girls Hairstyle

Style by Kanitra Barrett, Micah Thomas Studios, Covington, GA

Twisted Sista Simple Girls Hairstyle 2

Style by Kanitra Barrett, Micah Thomas Studios, Covington, GA

How to Style:

  1. Shampoo and condition your hair.
  2. Make four large parts from front to back and ear to ear.
  3. Place mousse or gel to lay down the bottom sections.
  4. Pick up hair and braid loosely upwards in all three sections.
  5. Once hair is braided back,  place hairpins to secure braids.

Recommended Products:

Use a firm hair spray and Carol’s Daughter Black Vanilla Moisture and Shine Sheen.

Best Shaped Face and Hair Type:

This style looks best on oval or pear shaped faces and relaxed hair types.

Tip(s):

Place a satin scarf on the hair at night to hold the style in place.

3. Burgandy Braid Babe

This style is very simple and adding the braid gives it a nice little change and pazzaz.

Burgandy Braid Babe Girl Hairstyles

Style by Shakia Allen, 10 Gems Salon, Beaufort, SC

Burgandy Braid Babe Girl Hairstyles

Style by Shakia Allen, 10 Gems Salon, Beaufort, SC

How to Style:

  1. Part hair on desired side.
  2. Flat iron hair straight with slight flip in bang.
  3. On side without bang, make one large French braid.
  4. Place bobby pin in braid to secure.

Recommended Products:

Use Keracare Silken Sheen serum for shine.

Best Shaped Face and Hair Type:

This style looks best on oval and pear shaped faces and on relaxed hair.

Tip(s):

Place satin bonnet on hair at night to secure style.

4. Pink Princess

This style is a low maintenance style and will last for two weeks. Just unwrap and go.

Pink Princess Simple Hairstyles for Black Girls

Style by Paulette Edwards, Ultimate Creations, Beaufort, SC

Pink Princess Simple Hairstyles for Black Girls

Style by Paulette Edwards, Ultimate Creations, Beaufort, SC

How to Style:

  1. Part the hair on the desired side.
  2. Flat iron hair straight with a slight bump on the ends.
  3. Place the desired colored hair clip in in bang area.
  4. Slightly add curl to bang area

Recommended Products:

Use Keracare Silken Sheen serum or any light serum to keep the hair from being weighed down by allowing body and movement.

Best Face Shapes and Hair Types:

This style looks best on all face shapes and best suitable for relaxed hair.

Tip(s):

Wrap the hair around your head starting counter clockwise on nightly basis. The shape of your head will keep the natural bump of style; no heat necessary. Place a satin scarf on to hold in place.

5. Fabulous Flip

This cute little style can even be pinned up or over to one side to change the style.

Fabulous Flip Simple Hairstyles for School 1

Style by Paulette Edwards, Ultimate Creations, Beaufort, SC

Fabulous Flip Simple Hairstyles for School 2

Style by Paulette Edwards, Ultimate Creations, Beaufort, SC

How to Style:

  1. Part hair in the center and flat iron.
  2. Using 1″ curling iron to curl in an over hand motion all over.
  3. Flip sides back, continuing in an over hand motion.

Recommended Products:

Use Keracare Silken Sheen serum for shine and Mizani Humidity Resistant Mist for hold.

Best Shaped Face and Hair Type:

This style looks best on round or pear shaped faces and is suitable for relaxed hair.

Tip(s):

Use soft pillow rollers or flexi rods to hold curls and satin bonnets to secure the style at night.

6. Twistee Head Band

This nice twisted style can be parted where ever you’d like for a different style.

Twistee Head Band Simple Hairstyles for School 1

Style by Paulette Edwards, Ultimate Creations, Beaufort, SC

Twistee Head Band Simple Hairstyles for School 2

Style by Paulette Edwards, Ultimate Creations, Beaufort, SC

How to Style:

  1. Part hair in the center.
  2. Flat iron straight.
  3. Take a small section of hair on each side.
  4. Twist hair going back towards ear and secure with hair pin.

Recommended Products:

Use light hair serum to keep shine but not weigh the hair down.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

This style looks best on any shaped face and is suitable for relaxed hair.

Tip(s):

Place satin bonnet on hair at night to keep smoothness of style.

7. Bow-Tie Belle

This simple maintenance style will have you up and out of the door in minutes.

Bow-Tie Belle Black Girl Hairstyles

Style by Tanisha Higgins, A Heavenly Place In Hair , Walton Beach, FL

Bow-Tie Belle Black Girl Hairstyle 2

Style by Tanisha Higgins, A Heavenly Place In Hair , Walton Beach, FL

How to Style:

  1. Make four cornrowed twists up the back on the desired side.
  2. Gather hair in front using a hard bristle brush, applying black or clear gel to smooth hair.
  3. Use an elastic band to secure ponytail in place.
  4. When pulling hair through do not pull out the ends of hair.
  5. Place desired color band around bottom of ponytail and over top half of ponytail.
  6. Do this on both sides creating a bow tie look.

Recommended Products:

Use B&B Spritz and oil sheen to keep hair sleek, hold in place and for shine.

Best Shaped Face and Hair Type:

This style looks best on any face shape and is suitable for relaxed hair.

8. Twisted Puffs

This style is so simple that children can help their parents with the upkeep.

Twisted Puffs Simple Hairstyles for School 1

Style by Lacey Singleton, Upscale Hair Salon, Savannah, GA

Twisted Puffs Simple Hairstyles for School 2

Style by Lacey Singleton, Upscale Hair Salon, Savannah, GA

How to Style:

  1. Twist hair into ponytail to the center of the head.
  2. Leave the ends of the twist out.
  3. Secure left out hair into a ponytail.
  4. Use perm rods or flexi rods to curl to desired pattern.

Recommended Products:

Use a light oil mist and  ORS edge control to add shine and help edges lay down.

Best Shape Face and Hair Type:

This style looks great on any face shape and can be worn on natural or relaxed hair.

9. Curly Twist

This style is as simple as shake and go.

Curly Twist Simple Girls Hairstyles for School 1

Style by Nacole Brown, CoCo\’s Natural Hair Salon, Fayetteville, NC

Curly Twist Simple Girls Hairstyles for School 2

Style by Nacole Brown, CoCo\’s Natural Hair Salon, Fayetteville, NC

How to Style:

  1. Make a small part straight across then into squares.
  2. Twist hair all over in desired size.
  3. Cut to desired length and style.
  4. Place rods of desired size.
  5. Allow twist to fall to desired to side.

Recommended Products:

Use African Pride Olive Miracle braid spray for sheen.

Best Shaped Face and Hair Type:

This style looks great on any face shape and is suitable for natural or transitioning hair types.

Tip(s):

Place a satin bonnet on hair at night to keep the style neat over time.

10. Precious Ponytails

These precious ponytails can be pinned up into small buns to change the style.

Precious Ponytails Simple Hairstyles for School 1 Precious Ponytails Simple Hairstyles for School 2

How to Styles:

  1. Part hair from ear to ear.
  2. Make a diagonal part from temple to desired backside ear.
  3. Pull front into two ponytails.
  4. Curl ponytails with large 1″ barrel curling iron in spiral motion.
  5. Flat iron back of hair with slight bump.

Recommended Products:

Use oil sheen and ORS edge control for edges.

Best Shape Faces and Hair Type:

This style looks best on round and square shaped faces and is suitable for relaxed hair.

Tip(s):

Place satin rollers or flexi rods in hair and place satin bonnet over head to hold and secure style.

11. Twisted Flip

This nice little twisted flip is an easy little upkeep for any mother on the go.

Twisted Flip Black Girls Hairstyles for School 1

Style by DEMETRA MAYFIELD, Micah Thomas Studios, Covington, GA

Twisted Flip Black Girls Hairstyles for School 2

Style by DEMETRA MAYFIELD, Micah Thomas Studios, Covington, GA

How to Style:

  1. Make a slanted part on desired side.
  2. Make four large twists starting from the side to back, placing a bobby pin in hair to hold twist.
  3. Flat iron the side of hair that’s been left out and slighty curl the bang area.
  4. Curl top of the hair in a spiral down the side.

Recommended Products:

Use oil sheen for shine and edge control for edges.

Best Shaped Faces and Hair Types:

This style looks best on oval shaped faces and works best on relaxed hair types.

12. Corkscrew Twist

These corkscrew twists are a nice jazzy little style that will last on any school girl.

Corkscrew Twist Simple Black Hairstyles for School 1

Style by YSHEEKA CORBIN, Micah Thomas Studios, Covington, GA

Corkscrew Twist Simple Black Hairstyles for School 2

Style by YSHEEKA CORBIN, Micah Thomas Studios, Covington, GA

How to Style:

  1. Make slanted parts on the desired side.
  2. Make twists from top to side placing a bobby pin or rubber band at the end to hold in place.
  3. Twist tightly to make knots.
  4. Pull all twist into a ponytail.
  5. Place desired clip on ponytail onto hair.

Recommended Products:

Use oil sheen for shine and edge control for edges.

Best Face Shapes and Hair Types:

This style looks best on oval shaped faces and works best on relaxed hair.

13. Sassy Spirals

These sassy spirals will be a great style for a school girl in sports activities.

Sassy Spirals Simple Girl Hairstyles for School 1

Style by LATISHA GREENE, A Perfect Image Hair Studio, Hampton, VA

Sassy Spirals Simple Girl Hairstyles for School 2

Style by LATISHA GREENE, A Perfect Image Hair Studio, Hampton, VA

How to Style:

  1. Rod wet hair all over and place under dryer.
  2. Allow hair to fully dry.
  3. Take out rods in a spiral motion and style.

Recommended Products:

Use Cantu Shea Butter Oil sheen for shine.

Best Face Shapes and Hair Types:

This hair style looks great on any face shape and works best on any hair type.

Tip(s):

Place satin bonnet over hair at night to hold style.

14. Tucked Spiral Pony

This ‘do is two styles in one and can be changed into an easy bun by simply pulling the hair together.

Tucked Spiral Pony Simple Hairstyles for School 1

Style by Deidre Clay, Waves Links Hair Studio, Fayetteville, NC

Tucked Spiral Pony Simple Hairstyles for School 2

Style by Deidre Clay, Waves Links Hair Studio, Fayetteville, NC

How to Style:

  1. Use a light styling gel and a hard bristle brush to brush hair to the center into a ponytail.
  2. Separate hair into two pieces leaving out a small amount of hair for curls.
  3. Tuck each side and place bobby pin to secure.
  4. Use a 1″ curling iron to spiral curl hair that’s been left out.

Recommended Products:

Use oil sheen for shine and edge control to keep edges smooth.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

This style looks best on any face shape and works best on relaxed hair.

15. Natural Curly

This natural style needs no caption it’s just that quick and simple.

Natural Curly Simple Hairstyles for School

Style by Deidre Clay, Waves Links Hair Studio, Fayetteville, NC

How to Style:

  1. Shampoo and condition hair.
  2. Place leave in conditioner in hair.
  3. Twist or braid in four sections and allow to dry naturally.
  4. Take down hair and style.

Recommended Products:

Use CB Hair Milk to rebraid at night and moisturize for daily moisture.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

This style looks on any face shape and works best on natural or transiting hair.

Tip(s):

Use leave in conditioner to re-braid hair at night and place bonnet over hair so that it won’t frizz.

16. Two Strand Twist

These nice little two strand twists can be styled in a number of different ways for this little naturalista.

Two Strand Twist Simple Hairstyles for School 1

Style by Shaenkia All, 10 Gems Salon, Beaufort, SC

Two Strand Twist Simple Hairstyles for School 2

Style by Shaenkia All, 10 Gems Salon, Beaufort, SC

How to Style:

  1. Shampoo and condition hair.
  2. Using twist and loc gel, starting from nap, part hair across then into squared sections.
  3. Twist hair into two strand twists all the way up to the top of the head
  4. Place hair under dryer.
  5. Once fully dry, pull apart and pull back desired side.

Recommended Products:

Use CB Hair Milk to pull apart twist to keep out frizz.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

This style look great on any face shape and can work on any hair type.

17. Prissy Curls

Whether you pin this hairstyle up or down it is still simple for an on the go mom.

Prissy Curls Simple Hairstyles for School 1

Style by Paulette Edwards, Ultimate Creations, Beaufort, SC

Prissy Curls Simple Hairstyles for School 2

Style by Paulette Edwards, Ultimate Creations, Beaufort, SC

How to Style:

  1. Part hair in the center and flat iron straight.
  2. Use a 1″ curling iron to curl the crown and sides pulling and pinning one side back.

Recommended Products:

Use oil sheen for shine.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

This style looks best on any face shape and works best on relaxed hair.

Tip(s):

Use three flexi rods to keeps curls in the center then wrap the outer layer of the hair to keep the hair straight.

18. Braided Spirals

This cute little style will last until your next salon visit and is easy to maintain from home.

Braided Spirals Simple Black Girls Hairstyles for School

Style by Toni Sharp Marshall

How to Style:

  1. Part hair on desired side for designer braiding pattern.
  2. Use styling gel and hard bristle brush to brush the rest of the hair into a ponytail.
  3. Use a 1″ curling iron to spiral curl hair or rods and place under dryer

Recommended Products:

Use oil sheen and holding spray for shine and hold.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

This style looks good on any face shape and works best on relaxed hair.

Tip(s):

Place wrap scarf on sides at night to keep in place then place satin bonnet to help secure the style.

19. Red Ranger

This little power ranger is ready for school and can just wrap and go with no worries.

Red Ranger Simple Hairstyles for School 1

Style by Melvin

Red Ranger Simple Hairstyles for School 2

Style by Melvin

How to Style:

  1. Shampoo, condition and blow dry hair.
  2. Flat iron hair straight with a slight bump at the end.

Recommended Products:

Use light serum to keep body in the hair.

Best Shape Face and Hair Type:

This style looks best on round or square shaped faces and relaxed hair types.

Tip(s):

Wrap hair at night placing a satin scarf over the hair to secure it in place.

20. Curly Pony

This simple curly pony is very easy to manage for any on the go school girl.

Curly Pony Simple Hairstyles for School

How to Style:

  1. Use styling gel and hard bristle brush hair into a ponytail to center of head.
  2. Place on desired pre-curled ponytail.

Recommended Products:

Use oil sheen for shine.

Best Face Shape and Hair Type:

This style suits any face shape and works best on relaxed hair.

Tip(s):

Place wrap scarp around side to keep flat and bonnet over ponytail to secure entire style in place.

In this fast paced world that we live in today time is money, so who wants to waste either. We want to save as much of both as possible. These black girl hairstyles will not only save you time but are also stylish. So if you can save time and look good, then why not give them a try?