60+ latest all-back Ghana weaving hairstyles for trendy women

60+ latest all-back Ghana weaving hairstyles for trendy women

All-back Ghana weaving hairstyles are universal, long-lasting, and suit formal and informal occasions. Wear Ghana styles if you have a busy lifestyle that does not allow you to visit the salon as frequently as you would like. Hairvolution Naturals, a salon specializing in natural hair and locs in Abuja, provides valuable tips on maintaining Ghana weaving hairstyles.

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All back Ghana weaving hairstyles. Photo: @braidsforwomen, @braidsforwomen, @thatfunkywater, @braidsforwomen, @BlessAfricanHair-Braiding, @braidsforwomen (modified by author)
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There are more all-back Ghana weaving hairstyles this year. Hairdressers keep inventing new styles daily. Most of them post their work on social media for advertisement purposes. Check out the latest Ghana weaving styles below.

Latest all-back Ghana weaving styles

Hairstylists worldwide learn how to plait Ghana all-back hairstyles because they attract the most clients. These hairstyles are now popular among women of other races, not just African ladies. Below are captivating all-back Ghana weaving hairstyles for classy women:

Bold all-back Ghana weaving

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Bold all-back Ghana weaving. Photo: @African Braids Hairstyles (modified by author)
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All-back Ghanaian weaving styles are easy to maintain if you use the right products and have the knowledge. You can stay with your hairstyle for up to six weeks without feeling itching on your scalp if you maintain the hair properly.

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Protective hairstyles for vacation

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Protective hairstyles for vacation. Photo: @African Braids Hairstyles (modified by author)
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The common mistake women make while wearing Ghanaian hairstyles is rubbing in excess solid hair oil between the cornrows. Your hair will look unkempt after a week or two if you rub in your fingers. Also, solid oil takes time to melt and will not spread on the scalp evenly. So, instead of using solid hair oil, use liquid oils or hair sprays, and do not rub in your fingers. Instead, massage the hair to make the scalp absorb the oils.

Beautiful all-back Ghana weaving styles

Ghana weaving styles
Beautiful all-back Ghana weaving styles. Photo: @African Braids Hairstyles (modified by author)
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After choosing a Ghana weaving style, find out the type of hair extension and the quantity you need for that style. Seek professional advice from an experienced hair stylist to know the right hair additions to buy. They can also help you to pick colors that blend well with your skin tone.

Simple weaving hairstyles with attachment

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Big Ghana lines. Photo: @braidsforwomen, @braidsforwomen, @eagle6355, @braidsforwomen, @braidsforwomen, @braidsforwomen, @braidsforwomen, @braidsforwomen (modified by author)
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These are some of the latest Ghana weaving all-back in 2024. You can have a bun at the back or curly extensions. Add shiny beads to your hair to make it more attractive. A slow hair stylist will take around one and a half an hour to plait any of these hairstyles. A fast one will complete it in less than an hour to do a simple all-back weaving with natural hair.

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trending Ghana weaving styles
Attractive hairstyles. Photo: @BlessAfricanHair-Braiding, @braidsforwomen, @Onelga Vanguard, @thatfunkywater, @TrendingHairstyles, @braidstylestrend, @thatfunkywater, @maboplus (modified by author)
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These are some of the most popular all-back hairstyles in Nigeria. You can plait a mohawk design, bob-cut, or any other creative look that comes to your mind. Bob cuts look great on ladies who love short Ghana weaving styles.

Tiny all-back Ghana weaving

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Cornrows and braid strands combo. Photo: @braidsforwomen, @braidstylestrend, @WeddingDigestNaija, @WeddingDigestNaija, @braidsforwomen, @braidsforwomen, @braidsforwomen (modified by author)
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It would be best if you were patient when plaiting tiny all-back hairstyles with attachments. They take longer than big cornrows, especially when you want the extensions to fall on your back. You can start with the simple big cornrows that gradually plait tiny ones. A good hairdresser will give you value for your money.

Unique all-back hairstyle for ladies

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Unique cornrow styles. Photo: @amnobletouch, @braidsforwomen, @braidsforwomen, @Dolly Stephanie, @AfroSr, @braidsforwomen, @braidsforwomen, @thivenaija, @braidsforwomen (modified by author)
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Choose a unique all-back hairstyle for ladies from these images, and be assured that they will look good on you. The side-part cornrow styles look great on oval-shaped faces and soften square-faced folks. You can elongate a round face or soften a heart-shaped face with a front-part style.

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Colorful Ghana weaving hairstyles

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Colorful Ghana weaving hairstyles. Photo: @November Love, @dyhair777, @braidhairstore, @Erlende Alexandre, @glamour, @stayglam, @glamour (modified by author)
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Plait Ghana cornrows from the forehead to the middle section of the head. Complete the other half of the head with braids or curly hair extensions. You can hold the extensions of the cornrows into buns for a more classy look. You should also consider mixing colors to achieve a bright look for a party.

Mixing maxi and mini cornrows

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Mixed maxi and mini cornrows. Photo: @braidsforwomen, @africanamericanhairstyles, @Maggys salon, @dglamourplace, @bellatag, @socialbeautyclub, @braidsforwomen, @braidsforwomen (modified by author)
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Mix tiny and big cornrows when plaiting big and straight all-back Ghana weaving styles. You can also add curves to make them look more attractive. Do not worry about your short hair. A professional stylist with enough experience knows how to create chic Ghana braids on short African hair.

What is Ghana weaving?

Ghana weaving or braids are African cornrows of all ages.

Nighttime hair care routine for Ghana weaving

Hairvolution Naturals, a salon specializing in natural hair and locs, shared in an interview with Legit.ng that an essential nighttime routine for Ghana weaving and other hairstyles involves sleeping with a silk or satin scarf/bonnet.

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The friction from cotton sheets and pillowcases can cause frizz and dryness, making your hair look older and faster. Also, in dryer weather like Harmattan, lightly misting the hair before bed with rosewater or a spray leave-in conditioner can be beneficial.

Hair products for lasting Ghana weaving styles

Hairvolution Naturals also offered guidance on maintaining the beauty and longevity of Ghana weaving hairstyles, underscoring the importance of:

An itchy scalp is one of the fastest ways braids age, from constantly scratching your scalp. To keep your scalp from itching and getting dry, Always have scalp oil in an applicator bottle with a nozzle tip that helps you deliver the oil directly to your scalp, between the braids; a good scalp oil should be lightweight and contain tea tree oil, for it’s antibacterial properties.
Always use a styling mousse after the braids are done to keep them looking neat for longer. Some good brands include the Lotta Body Wrap Me Mousse for loose braids and twists, and some cheaper brands are Nova Good and Above Mousse.

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Finally, sometimes the itching, especially if it’s excessive, may be due to an allergic reaction to the chemicals used to treat the attachments from the factories, so you can rinse the extension (attachment) in some vinegar before using it to braid if you experience excessive itching.

How do you do a straight-back braid step by step?

Weave Ghana braids with synthetic or natural Kanekalon or other hair extension brands. Kanekalon's popularity began in Japan. The brand is famous worldwide, including in West African countries.

Kanekalon comes in many colors for all skin tones. Most African ladies love shades of black, blonde, brown, red, green, and blue. Follow these steps to plait a simple all-back Ghana weaving hairstyle:

  • Wash your hair with warm water and shampoo.
  • Rinse and comb using an electric comb with wide teeth to avoid hair breakage.
  • Rub oils and moisturizers into your hair and scalp.
  • Divide the hair into two halves (from the forehead to the back of the head).
  • Tie one half with a rubber band. Plait one half, then move to the other.
  • Start plaiting cornrows from the left or right ear to the head's center.
  • Section a portion of the hair near the ear (from the forehead to the back of the head).
  • When plaiting, use a very tinny piece of synthetic hair strands at the forehead.
  • Add more synthetic hair strands as you plait towards the back of the head.
  • You can add more synthetic hair strands to elongate the extension.
  • Some women love their cornrow extensions to fall on their shoulders or extend to their backs.
  • You can use multiple colors of Kanekalon synthetic hair strands to beautify your hair. Beads and ribbons are also excellent all-back Ghana braids decorations.

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How do you make Ghana weaving last on natural hair?

Kanekalon braids hairstyles last 1-2 months if you take good care of them. Do not rub your fingers or use objects on your itchy scalp because you loosen the cornrows. Instead, apply dandruff oils when your scalp itches.

Avoid dusty places and stay in the sun for long because your head will sweat. Do not let water from the shower or rain get into your cornrows if you do not have a hair dryer. Wetness in your head will make the scalp smell.

Can I wash my Ghana weaving?

Wash them with warm water and shampoo. Massage the shampoo lightly into your scalp and squeeze the foam down your cornrows instead of running your cornrows. Rinse the cornrows with warm water and dry them in a hair dryer.

How do you style Ghana weaving?

  • Plait cornrows with a side or front-part style on the forehead.
  • Mix curvy and straight lines when plaiting cornrows.
  • Mix big and small cornrows.
  • Plait cornrows from the forehead to the middle of your head and complete the other half with braid strands, crochet, or curly extensions.
  • Hold cornrows running from the forehead to the middle of your head in a bun and allow the braided strands, crochet, or curly extensions covering the other half of your head to fall on your shoulders or back.

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These all-back Ghana weaving hairstyles look beautiful on anyone. Make a list of styles you need for the whole year. One style can last months if you wash and dry it with a hairdryer.

Legit.ng also shared some latest cool braids hairstyles. The photos provided in the article will help your hairstylist understand the style better.

Some of these hairstyles are expensive but worth the cost. Your hairstylist will help you know the quantity and types of braiding materials you need.

Source: Legit.ng

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