30 Badass Boxer Braids You Need to Try
6. Granny the Boxer Braids
Are you in tune with the latest hair trends? Then you know that granny hair is still in fashion. And if you’re having trouble keeping that gray hair looking sexy and elegant all the time, give yourself some vacation and try boxer braids. Start on the sides and get a tight grip.
7. Neo the Boxer Braids
Looking like Neo from Matrix, or some other machine-motivated superperson? You’re probably wearing this boxer braid. In fact, this hairstyle was also inspired by her majesty Kim Kardashian, the queen of braids and dozens of other fashion trends. It’s basically the same quadro-braid that comes together in one single tail.
8. Black Ombre Corn Row
This is another ombre hairstyle fused with a boxer braid, starting pitch black at the roots and turning into caramel brown as the braids go down. If your hair is cut in layers, your tails will also gradually slim down at the ends, so make sure you can deal with the tips coming out of the braid. Pull the hair to make it puffy if the boxer braid does not look luxurious enough!
9. Cotton Candy Rainbow Boxer Braids
One of the softest and most fun looks on this list, this cotton candy rainbow corn row brings out the smiles and purrs; it’s sweet, unusual, and very hard to forget after a first glance. If you don’t want to look punk and are aiming at a very delicate finish, make sure to use pastel colors. Change them up as you see fit based on your skin color and face shape.
I think you understand that pastel colors like these look especially good on white, platinum blonde or grey hair, but you can still work out interesting color patterns for dark hair, just keep testing and planning. A quick hint: if you don’t mind cheating, you don’t need to actually subject your hair to multiple dyes, you can use hair extensions that are way easier and harmless to dye.
10. Mermaid Luxury Boxer Braids
Whether you have slight highlights that look natural and created by the sun or not, this boxer braid hairstyle is fabulous not only for special occasions, yes, including weddings, but also for casual brunches with girlfriends or a nice shopping session in downtown. Make sure the braids are very close to each other, as this way, when you pull the hair out, the braids will look like a single big hairstyle.