By Black Hair Hub | Sep 10, 2018
Cornrows or Canerows have been a culturally significant hairstyle for the black community for the longest time, and over the years they have gone from an everyday convenience to maintaining your natural hair, to the trendiest of hairstyles with unthinkable variations. Every year we see celebrities doing their own thing with this hairdo, turning it into a unique style statement and boy, how we wait for those red carpet looks to hit the news! So without further ado, here’s how our favourite stars recreated this hairstyle making it to best cornrows of 2017! These celebrity cornrow hairstyles will make you look chic!
Be it with braids or just loose hair, Alicia Keys has slayed cornrows in every hairstyle possible. This American singer-songwriter even paired it with the neon pink braids to play it cool. This celebrity’s cornrow hairstyle is easy to recreate.
Ruth Negga’s straight back cornrowed look at the MET Gala 2017 was certainly one that stood out. May we also add, how we are going green with envy, obsessing over the Oscar-nominated star’s smouldering face and sharp bone structure that went perfectly with the whole look. This celebrity’s cornrow hairstyle is here to stay! Check out the best hairstyles at the MET Gala 2018.
If Yara hasn’t already made you fall in love with her on her popular sitcom Black-ish, then her red carpet apperances ought to do it for you. Take these loose cornrows look for example; worn at the 2017 NAACP Image Awards. Hair goals for 2018, alright! Take a look at Yara Shahidi’s trending hairstyles that you must follow.
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Try as we might, but we can’t get enough of Tracee Ellis Ross’ on-point hair. Another Black-ish star who has given us major style goals in 2017 and we’re so excited to see her hair game in store for us in the days ahead. For the 2017 Vanity Fair Oscar’s Party, this exotic beauty traded in her iconic curls for sleek and sexy cornrows.
Tempted to check out more celebrity hairstyles to try out? Look at the 5 Iconic Celebrity Braids Of All Times.
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