#1: Vivid Bob Twist Braids
Bob twist braids with a side part, if paired with radiant brown color, appear vivid and daring. Short twist braids look even more stylish with any hair jewelry like silver cuffs around your face, adding a bit of a shine. With its collarbone-grazing length, the twists seem fuller.
#2: Unique Mambo Twist Braids
These mambo braids are guaranteed to give ladies hair envy. It’s unique and looks fire! Such big twisting braid styles are an excellent option if you want extra length and thickness to your hair. Feel free to give it more spice by painting it with red tones, such as a copper or burgundy shade.
#3: Modern Twist Braids and Cornrows
Twist braids and cornrows can be intertwined for some creatively soft styles. Cornrows at the top with free-falling twists in the back allow for versatility in how you wear your braids. Twist braiding is a simple technique that you can ask your braider to give you when you can’t decide between braids or twists. Keep a diluted foam wrap product at home, such as Nairobi Foam Wrap to keep your kinky twists from getting fuzzy.
#4: Red Hair with Twist Braids and Curly Ends
Rocking the red hair with twisting braids is one way to amp up your long tresses. The shade is so vibrant, it complements both cool and warm skin complexions. Spice up your twist braids with curly ends to provide your hair an even fuller result.
#5: Sexy Havana Twist Braids
Havana twist braids are the perfect soft braid style for natural ethnic hair. The twists are larger than other African braid twists. Black women wanting minimal tension in their braid style should ask their braider about this look. Twisted typically with very lightweight Marley hair, this high-volume braid style is one of the least heavy natural styles you can wear.
#6: Stunning Twist Senegalese Braids
Twist Senegalese braids are rope-like twists that can be achieved with different types of braid hair. This rope twist look weighs much less than standard box braids and moves about more freely. Ideal for black hair that won’t get wet or sweat much, twist styles are a great protective style for your natural hair.
#7: Sassy Twist Out Mohawk
A twist-out mohawk is another fresh version of a mohawk for black women. With so many designs that can be implemented on your sides, a twisting braid (called a flat twist) is a soft hold twist that your braider can get creative with into your curls. A great product to use is Lock N Pomade by EBIN New York.
#8: Superb Blonde Twist Braids for Black Women
Gorgeous blonde twist ombre braids for black women make a superb hair trend. Such a stylish color flatters a warmer skin tone. The style offers a fuller finish, and these twist African braids suit a longer length of hair.
#9: Elegant Afro Twist Braids
Try these afro twist braids for a sleeker, more elegant vibe. The style keeps your twisted afro-textured hair looking neat. Its medium-length haircut is perfect for maintaining fullness in your hair. Black hair with twist styles results in a very classic and shiny finish.
#10: Radiant Marley Twist Braids
Marley braids and ombre? Yes—these two work nicely together! The splashes of blonde add radiance to the black twist kinky braids. It’s a perfect style to go for when you want a fun, edgier vibe. To keep your tresses looking fuller, ask for a shoulder-length bob.
#11: Thick Twist Braids for Natural Black Hair
Thick and big twist braids capture most of your hair strands in a massive braid style, resulting in a more pronounced, chunky-looking rope! Styling twist braids with a half updo make them more mesmerizing to look at. A unique style of cornrow would be a great addition to your hair, too!
#12: Stylish Micro Braids for Natural Hair
Don’t be afraid to go for anything avant-garde when styling African twist hairstyles! Long and fine micro braids with red highlights like these are enough to inspire you to get your own plaited wig.
#13: Sweet Single Twist Braids
Simple single twists are thrilling to try! You can work with chunkier, medium twist braids or go with smaller twist braids. Either way, you’ll be able to wear a single twist with any technique you use.
#14: Vibrant African Twist Braids for Black Women
The tapered ends make a distinguishing feature from the vibrant African twist braid pattern from the roots of the head. Classic and timeless, you can wear this style with pride if you’re one of those melanin ladies out there.
#15: Sassy Small Black Twist Braids
Micro hair work produces vibrant small twist braids like this one. I say the smaller the braid, the sassier the lady! Intricate thin twist braids help lock the moisture in, so try them out and see for yourself.
#16: Luscious Spring Twist Braids Hairstyle
Hold on tight to your best olive oil product to get the right kind of luscious spring twist braids. Proper moisturizing and taking care is necessary for such types of braids.
#17: Kinky Twists Hairstyle for Curly Hair
Super tight kinky twists are still a sight to look at even after all these years of being a top pick for black twist hairstyles. Thick curling creates breathtaking twist curly braids, helping your locks maintain more volume and body.
#18: Versatile Crochet Twist Braids
Twist crochet braids are famously known as ones that can be altered by weaving hair extensions. Good thing crochet twist braids are versatile because it suits any face shape and hair color you may have.
#19: Beautiful Big Twisted Braids
Because being extra is the new black, big braids twist rule this year! Interlocking chunks of strands create beautiful braided twist hairstyles. They’re easily completed as long as you have steady hands, patience, and a sense of style.
#20: Romantic Braided Twist Updo
What makes something romantic is if you can bring out the best in you, and this type of twists for black hair sure can. Wear your braided twists high and proud with an updo to make sure your sparkling, lovely eyes are clear of any hair.
#21: Dramatic Rope Twists Style
An a-class on large rope twists gives satisfactory protection and style. Like sturdy ropes that can take on anything, your twist single braids are sure to get some love and give you some lady strength and confidence. If wanting an edgier and dramatic result, jazz up your twist braids with shaved sides and paint your rope twist locks midnight blue or purple!
#22: Long Twist Braid for Long Hair
Manage your waist-length locks by putting them in a long twist braids hairstyle. You’ll still be able to flex your braids while keeping them neat. If you need an added illusion of thick hair, a set of extension pieces is ideal.
#23: Twisted High Bun Hairstyle with Color
Tired of having your twists flowing down? Make an interesting look by putting them up in a high bun, exposing your shoulders and neck! The details of the high bun twists are still seen as you show a unique braided pattern placed at your nape area. You’ll have a refreshing new look!
#24: Ideal Passion Twist Crochet Hair
These passion twist braids are also the ideal twist braids for kids and adults. These make use of springy store-bought hair then loosened up before being incorporated into your normal twist crochet hair. The technique boosts volume and texture and deviates from your normal smoothed-up twists.
#25: Cascading Thick Twists Hairstyle
Putting one whole twist onto your twists brings a whole lot of surprises! For this cascading twist braids hairstyle, the diagonal patterns bring your eyes across a wonderful masterpiece that is your twisted braids!
#26: Outstanding Short Twist Braids
Chunky twists in a short braided style is an outstanding look! The ends fall perfectly around your jaw area, emphasizing your face shape and making you look so petite at the same time. Fashionable short twist braid hairstyles like this one fit any event and occasion.
Related: Hottest short natural hairstyles for black ladies.
#27: Box Braids Hair Twists
This is the box braid twist hairstyle that complements black kinks and a rounded face shape. My favorite thing about these twist braids hairstyles is how complex it is. It gives you a braid and a twist, two different techniques in one style. Box braid twist hairstyles are perfect for all women with textured locks, specifically transitioning from relaxed to natural hair, and who are seeking something low-maintenance. A protective style like twist box braids can last up to four weeks.
Twist braids styles allow women the advantage to wake up and go. Cutting down on time spent in the mirror, you can throw it in a side ponytail or leave it down by only spending two minutes instead of one hour on your natural twist-out. When maintaining box braid twist styles, first moisturize your hair with a hair lotion and oil your scalp with grease.
#28: Amazing Waist-Length Jumbo Braids
The jumbo kinky twist style is done using a kinky braid called Fluffy Kinky – it’s a Kenyan brand (Darling Hair Kenya). Having the kinky texture, they bring out a more natural hair look with an African vibe. Amongst all hair types, 4C has the best grip since the twist jumbo braids are kinky twists, as well as, the hair. For other soft hair textures, the stylist has to be careful and gentle with the fixing. For the upkeep, always go for a self-convenient product that works best for you and your scalp. I recommend pure castor oil because it helps with your hairline. It gives out a sheen look on the edges and scalp as well.
#29: Elegant Jumbo Senegalese Twist Braids
The simplicity and elegance of this twist braids hairstyle are beyond compare! Senegalese twists are very versatile and can look stunning if worn down, or styled into an updo, a bun or knot, ponytails, and so on. It’s no surprise that Senegalese hair twists are a popular choice amongst ladies, especially the style uses Kanekalon type of hair that can last up to 6-8 weeks, depending on how it is managed.
Do your research if you’re considering this look. The difference between protective styling benefits and hair breakage is not entirely dependent on the technique of your hairdresser. The way how you handle your hair can have an effect, too. One example is if you’re tying your hair up too tight. This can put too much tension on your hair and cause damage.
#30: Easy Medium Braids for Shoulder-Length Hair
For an easy-to-maintain twist style, opt for medium, shoulder-length braids that are a few inches past your shoulders. Part your locks on whatever side you like, bring them up or style them down. The choice is yours! Use a satin scarf when sleeping to avoid frizzing in your braids and natural hair.