20 Easy Ways To Style Your Crochet Box Braids

Écrit par : WingJacky



Temps de lecture 2 min

Crochet box braids are a stylish and protective hairstyle that's versatile and easy to maintain. Here are 20 simple ways to style your crochet box braids that will keep you looking fresh and fabulous:

1. Classic Down Do: Wear your crochet box braids down and let them flow freely for a simple and classic look.

Crochet Box Braids: Classic Down Do
2. Half-Up, Half-Down: Gather the top half of your braids and tie them up for a look that’s both practical and chic.
Crochet Box Braids: Half-up, Half-down

3. High Ponytail: Pull your braids up into a high ponytail for an easy and sporty style.

Crochet Box Braids: High Ponytail

4. Low Ponytail: For a more sophisticated look, tie your braids into a low ponytail at the nape of your neck.

Crochet Box Braids: Low Ponytail

5. Top Knot: Twist your braids up into a top knot bun at the crown of your head for an elegant updo.

Crochet Box Braids: Top Knot

6. Side-Swept: Sweep your braids to one side for a glamorous look that showcases their length and volume.

Crochet box braids: Side-Swept

7. Braided Crown: Braid some of your braids together and wrap them around your head to create a crown effect.

Croche Box Braids: Braided Crown

8. Space Buns: Part your hair down the middle and create two buns on the top of your head for a fun and playful style.

Crochet Box Braids: Space Buns

9. Bun Mohawk: Create multiple buns in a line from the front of your head to the back for a bold mohawk look.

Crochet Box Braids: Bun Mohawk

10. Braided Updo: Twist and pin your braids into an intricate updo, perfect for formal events.

Crochet Box Braids: Braided Updo

11. Accessorize: Add hair cuffs, beads, or flowers to your braids for a personalized touch.

Crochet Box Braids: Accessorize

12. Side Braid: Braid your crochet braids into a large side braid for a unique look.

Side braid

13. Pigtails: Separate your hair into two sections and create pigtails for a youthful and cute style.


14. Layered Bob: If your braids are of varying lengths, style them into a layered bob for a trendy look.

Layered Bob

15. The Tuck and Pin: Tuck the ends of your braids into a headband and pin them in place for a sleek and tidy style.

The Tuck and Pin

16. Scarves and Wraps: Use a scarf or wrap to tie around your head for a boho look or to add color to your outfit.

Scarves and Wraps

17. Half-Up Bun: Pull the top section of your braids up into a bun, letting the rest hang down for a cool, casual style.

Half-Up Bun

18. Twist-Out: Twist your braids into larger twists, set them overnight, and then unravel them for a wavy effect.


19. Fishtail Braid: Gather your braids into a fishtail braid for a more intricate and detailed style.

fishtail braids

20. Braid-Out: Braid-Out: Braid your braids into larger braids, leave them in for a few hours, and then take them out for added wrinkles and texture.



Remember, the best thing about crochet box braids is their flexibility — you can switch up your style whenever you want without too much hassle. Have fun experimenting with these different styles, and don't be afraid to try your own variations!