The Ultimate Guide to Curly End Braids: What Are They and How to Do Them

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We all love braids. Braids are a great protective style whilst being stylish and versatile. So why not make them even more glamorous by adding curls to the ends. In this post we'll share the ins and outs about curly end braids including what they are and how to do them.

What are curly end braids?

Curly end braids refers to a hairstyle where the ends of the braids have a curly or wavy texture. This style can be done on many types of braids, such as knotless braids with curly ends, French curl braids and cornrow braids with curls.

How to do curly end braids?

If you are a DIY person and you are up for the challenge below is step by step guide to how you can achieve gorgeous curly ends on your preferred type of braid. However, if you don't prefer doing it yourself, scroll down to find top Afro hairdressers that can achieve the look for you.

  1. Wrap the end of your braid around a flexi rod
  2. Fold the flexi rod on top of the braid end, so it doesn’t unravel
  3. Dip the ends in boiled hot water 
  4. Use a towel to squeeze the excess water or blow dry the ends if preferred 
  5. Make sure you hair is cool, then unwrap your hair

Where can you get curly end braids done?

Everyone has those days when they don’t want to spend hours of time and effort to do their own hair. If this is you we have many fantastic professional Afro hairdressers listed below who can slay the look for you.

#1 Victoria Hair Factory - Medium Box Braids with Curly Ends

#2 Luema’s Hair and Beauty - French Curl Braids

French Curl Braids

#3 Lovely Braids UK - Small Knotless Braids with Curly Ends

Small Knotless Braids with Curly Ends

#4 Slayed by Ed - Jumbo Knotless Braids with Curly Ends

Jumbo Knotless Braids with Curly Ends

#5 The Braiding Zone - Freestyle Cornrow Braids with Curly Pig Tails

Freestyle Cornrow Braids with Curly Pig Tails

Whether you choose to get your curly end braids done by a professional or dive into the challenge of doing them yourself, you can't go wrong with adding curly ends. For more Black hair style inspiration, and how to's on Afro hair care, explore our Afro hair tutorials.

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