Popular African-American weave styles include mid-length beachy waves, long tousled bob with bangs, long glamorous curls and sexy blond curls. These weave hairstyles are made popular by African-American celebrities.
Mid-length, beachy waves are popular because of singer Beyonce Knowles. They come in a variety of hues including honey blond streaks, touches of platinum and warm caramel. One should choose shades of highlights that flatter their complexion. Darker highlights work well with darker complexions, while lighter highlights are good for fair to medium complexions.
The long tousled bob with bangs weave is made famous by actress Kerry Washington and accentuates her pointed chin and angular jaw line. People should trim the bangs according to the shape of their faces. People with rounder faces should wear short bangs while those with angular or long faces look good in long bangs.
The long, glamorous curls weave is notably worn by celebrity Kelly Rowland. Jet black is a popular hue and works well for darker skin tones. Parting the weave in the middle offers a glamorous look while using a non-greasy, light hair spray helps to keep the curls in place.
Lastly, singer Rihanna makes the sexy blond curls weave popular. The hairstyle is romantic and casual and looks especially good with soft fluffy tips. Adding soft bangs help to conceal high foreheads.