21 Latest Ethiopian Hairstyles You Should Try
Ethiopian and Eritrean women have very creative hairstyles, so I thought I’d share some with you.
These hairstyles, also known as Albaso braids or Shuruba, are similar to Fulani braids, cornrows with extensions, and didi (basket weaving).
The albaso braid, one of the most common hairstyles in Ethiopia, involves braiding small or large sections of hair with a thread or yarn to give the scalp a raised appearance.
The shuruba braid, which is similar to the albaso but without the thread or yarn, is another popular hairstyle in Ethiopia. Shuruba braids can be worn in many different styles, including buns, ponytails, and crowns.
Ethiopians frequently do cornrows. The tight braids can be styled in a variety of ways and lie flat on the scalp.
Some Ethiopians also style their hair in ways that highlight the texture and beauty of their hair, such as “natural curls” or “afros.” With the use of products or accessories like beads, clips, or headbands, natural curls can be improved.