Women spend a lot of time trying to look good for their men and with the hair being one of the most attractive points of a woman, it is only good that you rock an appropriate hairstyle. Below are some hairstyles women should try out to look good for their men.

Ghana Weaving/Braids:


Braids that are done well allow men appreciate the beauty in a woman. It simply involves weaving the hair in different strands and the braiding of hair is a well guarded heritage of the African woman. It is a mix of ancient and modern sophistication with some women adding extensions to make it look even more beautiful. In 2014, celebrities like Genevieve Nnaji, Toke Makinwa and Monalisa Chinda rocked braids in a stylish way.

Lace wig:


The lace wig trend is one very popular one among Nigerian women. Made even more popular by the women in entertainment, you should make sure you get original lace wig if you hope to make your man swoon. Available in human hair and synthetic, it comes in various colours and its impossible not to find your individual style. The likes of Nollywood actresses Ini Edo and Mercy Johnson rocked lace wigs for their weddings.

Natural Hair:

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Let’s admit it; men love to see women in their natural hair at times. There are times you should just take a break from all the hair extensions and glamorous looks to just opt to flaunting your natural hair. Luckily there are simple styles that you can rock while on your natural hair look however it takes a woman confident in her beauty to rock the natural hair. The likes of Chidinma Ekile, Shan George, Onyeka Onwenu makes wearing your natural hair simple.

The Bun:


While the bun may be very easy or seem too easy, you can’t underestimate its effectiveness. Having your hair up in a bun frees you from the hassles of having your hair get in your way and also exposes your neck to a good dose of air. If you have got a beautiful neck, why not let your man see it.

Dread Locks:


Rastafarian is the first thing that comes to your head when you see someone on dreadlocks  but who says a woman cannot rock dreads and come out looking good. Not much words is needed, just take a look at the likes of actress Dakore Egbuson or radio presenter Tosyn Bucknor or even Tonto Dikeh when she rocked dreads and judge for yourself.



The afro hairstyle is one easily look to achieve and has been made even more popular with the likes of Rita Dominic, Nneka, Omawumi and Asa. Rocking the afro hairstyle depicts ideal African women and the men cannot help but to navigate towards you. Afros are easy to care for. A lot of it depends on length. Short Afros can be shampooed twice or three times weekly, daily if one wishes. Medium and longer lengths can be shampooed just as frequently but should be conditioned with every other shampoo to maintain moisture levels.