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The 44 Best Box Braids for Black and Brown Hair: Easy to Do and Versatile Styles

A box braid is a hairstyle that involves creating a series of small braids that are gathered together into one larger braid. The result looks like a box with braids sticking out of it.

Are you looking for a new and versatile style to rock this summer? Box braids may be just what you are looking for. This style is perfect for black and brown hair and can be done in various ways. 

What are black and brown box braids?

Box braids are a type of hairstyle where the hair is sectioned off into small, individual braids. The style can be done with black or brown hair and can be worn in various ways.

It's important to note that it is very common to use a comb to separate each strand of hair when doing box braids, and this helps prevent tangles from forming and makes the style look much better than if they were left tangled together.

How do I get started on my box braids?

To start your box braids, you need first to decide how many strands of hair you want to braid. For example, if you are going for a full head of box braids, you would probably want to take about 3-4 inches of hair at a time.

If you only want to do a few sections, you should take 1-2 inches of hair at a clip. Once you have decided how long you want your box braids to be, you can begin by taking one side of your hair and pulling it up through the top of your head.

Then, take your comb and pull the hair back down over itself. Continue this process until you reach the bottom of your scalp.

When you reach the bottom of the scalp, stop and make sure that all of the hair has been pulled up through the top of the head. You should now have a nice little section of hair that looks like this:

Now that you have created your initial box braids, you can continue to create additional sections using the same method as above.

However, instead of stopping once you reach the bottom of the scalp, you should keep going until you reach the end of your hair. Make sure that you don't leave any loose ends. Simply brush them out and tie them up with an elastic band to finish your box braids.

Black and brown jumbo box braids

If you're looking for a style that's a little bit more dramatic, then try out jumbo box braids. These braids are thicker than regular box braids, and they can be done in various styles. To create these braids:

  1. Take a little bit of hair from your sides and place it in the cup.
  2. Divide the hair into three sections, and braid each section separately.
  3. When you get to the ends of the hair, twist them.

Box braids are an easy way to add volume and texture to your hair without spending hours on styling products. They also provide a sleek, clean finish to any hairstyle.

Box braids are a great choice for those who prefer a more natural look. If you would like to learn how to do box braids, check out our tutorial video below.

Steps:  

Step 1: Divide hair into sections.

Step 2: Take one section of hair and make a small loop at the end.

Step 3: Take the other section of hair and make a small loop on top of the first loop.

Step 4: Make a small "braid" by pulling both loops tight.

Step 5: Repeat steps 2-4 until all hair is removed.

Step 6: Take the end of the first "braid" and make a small "tail."

Step 7: Take the end of the second "braid" and make a small "tail."

Step 8: Put both tails through the top of the first loop.

Step 9: Put one tail through the top of the second loop.

Step 10: Pull tight to secure.

Black and brown micro braids

Try out micro braids if you're looking for a more subtle style. These braids are thinner than regular box braids, and they can be done in various styles. Micro braids are perfect for adding volume to thin hair, and they work well with short haircuts. To see how to do micro braids, watch our tutorial video below.

Steps:  

1. Start by taking a hair section about 2 inches wide and dividing it into four equal parts.

2. Take the first part of the hair and start twisting it around the curling iron barrel, keeping the sections evenly spaced.

3. Once you have twisted all of the hair around the barrel, take the second section of hair and repeat the process, spacing the sections out as you go.

4. Once both sections have been twisted, take each one and twist it around the curling iron barrel again, making sure to keep them spaced evenly.

Black and brown french braids

French braids are a classic style that adds elegance to any hairstyle. They come in various lengths, but the longer, the better. When choosing which ones to wear, think about how much time you have available and what kind of style you'd like to create. You can find instructions for making these braids here.

Steps:  

1. Start by taking a section of hair about 6 inches long.

2. A few times around the head of hair would be a good idea.

3. Take the left side of the hair and do the same thing.

4. Take the right side of the hair and do the same thing.

5. Now, take the two ends of the twisted hair and make a small loop.

6. Make another loop, but make it a little bigger this time.

7. Put this new loop over the top of the bigger one and tuck it underneath, so it looks like

Black and brown fishtail braids

Fishtail braids are a fun and flirty style that can easily be worn during the day or night. To achieve this look:

  1. It is essential to section your hair into four sections first.
  2. Take the middle portion of the hair and separate it from the rest.
  3. After this, take the rest of the hair and wrap it around the hair that is in the middle.
  4. Secure the braid using pins or clips.

Steps:  

Step 1: Detach a section of hair at the root.

Step 2: Take the left side of the hair and twist it around the right side three or four times.

Step 3: Take the top of the hair and twist it around the bottom three or four times.

Step 4: Take the left side of the hair and make a loop, tucking it behind the front loop.

Step 5: Attach a loop to the right side of your hair behind the front loop.

Step 6: Make two more loops, one on top of the other.

Step 7: Put these loops over the top of the first two and tuck them underneath.

Step 8: Take the ends of the hair and make a fishtail.

Step 9: Hold on to the fishtail and pull it through the loops.

Step 10: Secure with pins or clips.

Black and brown Chinese braids

Chinese braids are another fun and trendy style. These braids are typically used as extensions to help cover up thinning areas of the scalp. To create this style:

  1. Section the hair into three thirds and divide each section into thirds.
  2. Take one section and pull it through the other two sections.
  3. Wrap the hair around itself several times before securing it with pins.

Steps:

  1. Start by cutting hair into small sections, about 2-3 inches long.
  2. Take the left side of one section of hair and twist it around the right side of the section next to it.
  3. Repeat on the other side, making a loop.
  4. Take the end of the braid and put it over the top of the twisted loop, tucking it underneath.
  5. Take the remaining section of hair and make a second braid, placing it over the top of the first braid.
  6. Trim any excess hair off
  7. Take the ends of both braids and tie them together in a knot, tucking the ends underneath.
  8. Repeat on the other side.

Black and brown 3-strand twists

3-Strand twists are a great option for those who want to change things up a bit. Twirl a small section of hair clockwise from the center outward. After doing this, continue twisting the hair counterclockwise and secure the twist with a pin.

Steps:  

  1. The size of the twist depends on how much wax paper you need.
  2. Take one strand of black hair and one strand of brown hair and clip them together at the base.
  3. Take the twist and put it between your hands so that the black hair is on the outside and the brown hair is on the inside.
  4. Take the end of the wax paper and put it over the top of the twist, covering all of the hair.
  5. Put a heavy object on top of the wax paper so that it will hold in place while you start twisting

Black and brown 2-strand twists

2-Strand twists are similar to 3-strand twists, except they are made with only two strands of hair instead of three. It's important to note that you should always try to avoid pulling too hard when creating these braids. As a result, the braids won't last very long.

Steps:

Step 1: Cut a black or brown yarn length about twice the desired final twist length.

Step 2: Hold each end of the yarn in your hands and twist it once.

Step 3: Make a loop with the two ends of the yarn, and hold it between your thumb and first two fingers.

Step 4: Make a loop with the other end of the yarn, and hold it between your second two fingers.

Step 5: Take the top loop off the first loop, and put it over the bottom loop. Now put your middle finger through both loops.

Step 6: Pull the bottom loop tight, and hold on to the top loop.

Step 7: Put your left hand behind your head, and put the right hand in front of the left hand. Now take the top loop off of the first loop with your right hand, and put it over the bottom loop with your left hand. Now put your middle finger through both loops.

Step 8: Bring the bottom loop up close to your head, and tuck it under the top loop. Now pull both loops tight.

Step 9: Trim off any excess yarn.

Step 10: Repeat steps 2-9 for the desired length.

Black and brown cornrows

Cornrow braids are a popular style among African Americans because they are easy to maintain and require little maintenance. However, there are many different types of cornrows, and the kind you select depends on your preference and lifestyle.

Steps:

Step 1: Choose a section of hair that you want to start cornrowing.

Step 2: Take the end of the hair and make a small loop.

Step 3: Cross the loop over the top of the hair, tucking it underneath.

Step 4: Make a small loop on the other side of the hair.

Step 5: Cross the loop over the top of the hair, tucking it underneath.

Step 6: Take both loops and cross them in the middle, forming an X.

Step 7: Put your left hand behind your head, and put the right hand in front of the left hand. Now take the top loop off of the first loop with your right hand, and put it over the bottom loop with your left hand. Now put your middle finger through both loops.

Step 8: Bring the bottom loop up close to your head, and tuck it under the top loop. Now pull both loops tight.

Step 9: Trim off any excess yarn.

Step 10: Repeat steps 2-9 for the desired length.

Black and brown half-up twists

Half-up twists are a great style for adding length and thickness to your hair. Divide your hair evenly down the middle, then twist the ends up. Then, take a small section of hair at the top of the head and secure it with a clip. Next, take a small section at the bottom of the head and secure it with a clip. Finally, take a medium sized section of hair and secure it above the first section.

Steps:

Step 1: Preheat the Oven

Step 2: Cut the cake in Half

Step 3: Take One Half of the Cake and Twist It

Step 4: Take the Other Half of the Cake and Twist It Together to Form a Half-Up Twist

Step 5: Put It on Your Head

Black and brown French knots

French Knots are a classic style that has been around since ancient Egypt. Although they aren't related to Egyptian culture, they are often referred to as Egyptian braids, and instead, they were created by the Romans. Today, French knots are still considered an elegant style that can add volume to your hair.

Steps:

1. Begin by wetting your hair and scalp with warm water.

2. Apply a healthy amount of Jamaican Black Castor Oil to your hair, from roots to ends, and massage it well. If you want the oil to work, you should let it sit on your hair for 30 minutes before rinsing it off.

3. Using a food thermometer, check the temperature of the oven at 350 degrees Fahrenheit.

4. Take a section of hair at the nape of your neck and twist it around two fingers, making a small loop.

5. Make another loop and tuck it behind the first loop so that the twists are now on top of each other like a half-up braid.

6. Take the two loops of hair in your left hand and put them over the top of the twists in your right hand. Now pull tight, making sure that all of the twists are covered.

7. Put your left hand behind your head, and put the right hand in front of the left hand. Now take the top loop off of the first loop with your right hand, and put it over the bottom loop with your left hand. Now put your middle finger through both loops.

8. Bring the bottom loop up close to your head, and tuck it under the top loop. Now pull both loops tight, making sure that they are snug against each other but not too tight to allow for movement.

9. Put your left hand back behind your head, and put the right hand in front of the left hand. Now take the top loop off of the first loop with your right hand, and put it over the bottom loop with your left hand. Now put your middle finger through both loops.

10. Bring the bottom loop up close to your head, and tuck it under the top loop. Now pull both loops tight, making sure that they are snug against each other but not too tight to allow movement.

11. Put a rubber band around each twist, making sure that they are secure but not too tight to cause damage to hair or scalp (you can also use a clip).

12. Take the rubber band off the first and last twists, and put it back on the middle twist. Do the same thing with the second and third twists.

Black and brown french knots

To make these braids, simply begin by parting your hair into four equal sections. Next, take a large section of hair and cross it over the next section. Continue crossing until all of the hair is crossed over. Once complete, tie off the ends with a rubber band.

Steps:

  1. Cut a piece of string about 12 inches long.
  2. Take one of the ends of the string and tie a knot at the end.
  3. Tie a second knot near the first knot with the other end of the string.
  4. Make another knot about 1 foot from the first knot and tie it the same way.
  5. Repeat steps 2-4 until you have made 16 knots.
  6. Take the top knot and tie it in a loop.
  7. Take the second knot and tie it next to the first knot in a loop.
  8. Make another loop next to the second knot and tie it in a knot.
  9. Repeat steps 7-8 until you have 4 loops.
  10. Take one of the loops and make a small hole at one end by pushing your fingers through the hole and pulling tight.
  11. Make another hole about 1 inch from the first hole, and do the same thing with the other loop.
  12. Now, take each of the four loops and put them over your head, tucking them behind your ears (you can also put them in your hair if you want).
  13. Take the top loop and put it over your head, tucking it behind your ears.
  14. Take the second loop and put it over your head, tucking it behind your ears.
  15. Take the third loop and put it over your head, tucking it behind your ears.
  16. Finally, take the fourth loop and put it over your head, tucking it behind your ears (make sure to tuck both ends of the loops).

Black and brown single crown braids

Single Crown Braids are a beautiful style that adds texture and shine to your hair. To create this style, you'll need to use a comb. Start by parting the front part of your hair into six sections.

Divide each section into thirds. Take the middle third of the hair and separate it from the rest of the hair. Next, divide the remaining hair into two equal parts and repeat this step.

Now, take the right side of the hair and divide it into five equal parts. Repeat this step. Lastly, take the left side of the hair and split it into five equal parts.

Steps:

Step 1: Start by wetting your hair down with water.

Step 2: Take a section of your hair and twist it around a rubber band to form a small bun.

Step 3: Make two more twists and place them on top of the first twist.

Step 4: Repeat this process until all of your hair is twisted into a bun.

Step 5: Let the bun dry for a few minutes.

Step 6: Take a section of your hair and start twisting it around another rubber band, ensuring the ends are tucked underneath. Do this until you reach the lot of hair.

Step 7: Take the remaining hair and make two French knots.

Step 8: Repeat these steps until you reach the ends of your hair.

Step 9: Let the braids dry completely.

Black and brown fishtail braids

Fishtail braids are a unique style that requires some creativity. To start:

  1. Take a small amount of hair and wrap it around the base of your finger.
  2. Pull the hair through the loop so that it forms a circle.
  3. Pull out the loose hair and place it behind your ear.
  4. Wrap the hair around the back of your neck, and then pull it up towards the front of your head.
  5. Secure the hair using clips or pins.

Black and brown pixie cuts

Pixie cuts are a fun and trendy hairstyle. If you want to get this look, you will need to cut your hair short. You can either do a blunt pixie cut or a tapered one. Either way, you will need to keep your hair short for about 6 weeks before styling it.

Steps:

Step 1: Choose a hairstyle

Step 2: Choose a color

Step 3: Cut hair

Step 4: Apply for hair extensions

Step 5: Style hair

To create a black and brown pixie cut, start by choosing a hairstyle. This could be a bob, lob, or any other style that you want to try. Next, choose a color for your hair. Black or brown are both suitable choices, but make sure that the colors complement each other.

Cut your hair according to your chosen style, and then apply hair extensions if you want more length or volume. Finally, style your hair using products that match your desired color and hairstyle.

Black and brown diagonal braids

Diagonal braids are a great option if you want to try something new. These braids are similar to cornrows but feature a diagonal pattern instead. It's important to note that the ends of the braids should always be secured with a clear elastic.

Steps:

Step 1: Take a section of hair that is about 2 inches wide and divide it into 3 equal parts.

Step 2: Take one of the middle sections and twist it around to the front, then take the other middle section and twist it around to the back.

Step 3: Take the leftmost section and wrap it around the rightmost section, then take the rightmost section and wrap it around the leftmost section.

Step 4: Repeat steps 2-3 until all hair is used.

Diagonal braids are a great option if you want to try something new. These braids are similar to cornrows but feature a diagonal pattern instead. It's important to note that the ends of the braids should always be secured with a clear elastic.

Black and brown half-up twists

Half-Up Twists are a great style for those who want to add body and volume to their hair. To begin, take a small piece of hair and twist it clockwise so that it resembles a rope. When twisting, make sure that the end of the hair is facing upwards.

The next time you go to twist, continue on the other side. If necessary, repeat this process until you have reached the length you wish. To finish, secure the ends with a clear elastic.

Steps:

Step 1. Prepare the oven by setting to 350 degrees Fahrenheit (175 degrees Celsius).

Step 2: Cut out several large rectangles of wax paper to cover the base of the baking pan.

Step 3: Microwave the butter for thirty seconds in a microwave-safe bowl. Stir it until it is melted. Add the sugar and black pepper and stir until the sugar is dissolved. Pour the mixture into the baking pan and spread it out with a spoon. Bake for 10 minutes, or until the cake is golden brown.

Step 4: Let the cake cool in the baking pan for 5 minutes

Step 5: Unmold the cake from the pan and cut it into 12 equal pieces.

Step 6: Take one piece of hair and twist it around to form a loop.

Step 7: Put the loop over one of your fingers and pull it tight.

Step 8: Make a U-shape with your other fingers and put them inside the first U-shape. Push your fingers together to form a second U-shape.

Step 9: Put your thumbs inside the first U-shape and push down, then pull up on both sides of the U-shaped strand to create a twisted braid. Do not tie off the braid yet.

Step 10: Repeat steps 8-9 until all hair is used.

Black and brown twin braids

Twin Braids are another popular style that adds volume and shine to your hair without weighing it down. To achieve this look, simply divide your hair into three equal sections at the top of your head.

Then, take the center section and divide it into two equal sections. Finally, take the last section and divide it into three even pieces. Twist each piece clockwise and secure them together with an elastic.

Steps:

1. Start by sectioning your hair into small twin braids.

2. Take one twin braid and put it over your left shoulder.

3. Take the other twin braid and put it over your right shoulder.

4. Cross the two braids in the middle, then tuck them behind your head.

5. Secure with a hair tie or elastic band.

6. Repeat on the other side.

7. Let your braids down and enjoy your new look.

Black and brunette triple crown braids

Triple Crown Braids are a gorgeous style that will give you a glamorous appearance. If you master this style, it will be very easy for you to maintain.

You just need to practice a little bit to be able to master it. In the first place, divide the hair section into four equal parts by taking a small piece. Once you have divided each section into three equal parts, you are ready to proceed.

After that, take the first section and divide it into quarters. In other words, do this until the desired size has been reached. Once you've completed these steps, tie each section together using clear elastic.

Steps:

Step 1: Choose hair Extension

Step 2: Prepare hair.

Step 3: Section hair into Three Sections

Step 4: Take the Left Section and Make a Knot at the Top of the Crown

Step 5: Take the Middle Section and Make a Knot Right Above the Crown

Step 6: Take the right section and make a knot below the crown.

Step 7: Repeat on the Other Side

Step 8: Let Braids Down

Black and light brown box braids

Try out black and light brown box braids for a new look if you want to be different from the rest. This mix will give you a unique look that you won't see anywhere else. Try out some of the styles listed above to see which one is best for you. 

Steps:

Step 1: Prepare hair tools.

  • Bobby pins or hair ties
  • Hair spray
  • Twist ties or a headband

Step 2: Section Your Hair Into Sections

  • Start at the nape of your neck and braid each section starting from the bottom up. Throughout the process, you should hold the braids in place with Bobby pins or hair ties.
  • If you have long hair, you may want to put a headband on to keep it in place while braiding.
  • Once all of your hair is braided, spray it with hair spray and twist each section into a bun. The bun should have a small hole drilled in the center of it, and the bun should then be let down.

Step 3: Create a Triple Crown Braid

  • Take the right section and make a knot below the crown.
  • Then, take the left section and make a knot above the crown.
  • Repeat these steps on the other side.

Step 4: Let Braids Down

  • After you've completed all of your braids, let them down carefully so that they are not tangled.
  • If you have long hair, you may want to put it in a low ponytail or bun.
  • If you have short hair, you can just let them hang down.
  • Enjoy your new braids.

Black and brown mixed box braids

If you're looking for a slightly more dramatic style, try out black and brown mixed box braids. This style has become very popular among celebrities such as Rihanna and Beyonce.

Take a small section from the bottom of your hair and divide it into three equal sections. Take the middle section and divide it into six equal sections. Finally, divide the remaining area into five equal sections.

Next, take the first section of hair and twist it clockwise. Repeat this step until you reach the desired height. Secure the ends with clear elastics.

Steps:

Step 1: Choose hair length

Step 2: Section hair into small braids

Step 3: Take one end of the first braid and put it over the top of the first section of hair. Cross the ends over each other.

Step 4: Tie the other end of the first braid to the second section of hair. Cross the ends over each other.

Step 5: Do the same thing with the second braid, but cross it opposite. You now have two braids.

Step 6: Take the top braid and put it over the top of the first braid. Cross the ends over each other.

Step 7: Take the bottom braid and put it over the top of the second braid. Cross the ends over each other.

Step 8: Put your hands through both braids and pull tight. You now have a triple crown braid.

Black and brown curly braids

Your hair will look great with curly braids, and they can also be worn in a variety of ways. To create this style:

  1. Obviously, the first thing that you need to do is to divide the hair evenly into four parts.
  2. Divide each section into three equal pieces.
  3. The first section should be divided into thirds.
  4. Take the second section and divide it into fourths.
  5. You can repeat the process until your piece is the length you desire.
  6. Once you've finished, secure the ends with clear elastic bands.

Black and brown ombre box braids

If you want to try out a new style, try out black and brown ombre box braids. If you wish to add a little extra to your hair, this style is a little more dramatic than traditional box braids.

Take a small section from the bottom of your hair and divide it into three equal sections. Take the middle section and divide it into six equal sections. Finally, divide the remaining section into five equal sections.

Next, take the first section of hair and twist it clockwise. Repeat this step until you reach the desired height. Secure the ends with clear elastics.

Steps:

Step 1: Prepare hair.

Step 2: divide hair into two sections

Step 3: Section each section into four parts

Step 4: Take the top left part of the hair and twist it around the bottom right part of the hair.

Step 5: Take the top right part of the hair and twist it around the bottom-left part of the hair.

Step 6: Subsequently repeat Steps 4 and 5.

Step 7: Secure the ends with clear elastic bands.

Black and light brown box braids

If you're looking for a style that's a little bit more subtle, then try out light brown box braids. These braids are thinner than regular box braids, and they can be done in various styles.

Steps:

Step 1: Preparing hair

Step 2: Braid the hair.

Step 3: Take Out the Braids

Step 4: Twist the braid.

Step 5: Secure Ends

Step 6: Style as Desired

This style is a little more subtle than black and brown ombre box braids, but it's still a great way to add extra color and texture to your hair. Take a small section from the top of your hair and divide it into three equal sections.

Take the middle section and divide it into six equal sections. Finally, divide the remaining section into five equal sections.

Next, take the first section of hair and twist it clockwise. Repeat this step until you reach the desired height. Secure the ends with clear elastics.

Black brown and burgundy box braids

Box braids in black, brown, and burgundy can add a little variety to your style. This mix will give you a unique look that you won't see anywhere else. Try out some of the styles listed above to see which one is best for you.

Steps:

Step 1: Choose a Hair Style

Step 2: Section Your Hair into Sections

Step 3: Take the Left Side Section and Make a Knot at the Top of the Head

Step 4: Take the Right Side Section and Make a Knot at the bottom of the head

Step 5: Repeat Steps 2-4 on Each Side of your Hair

Step 6: Secure Ends

Step 7: Style as Desired

Blonde black and brown box braids

There is no definitive way to style black and brown box braids, as the look can be customized to fit each individual. Some popular options include wearing them loose and natural or tying them up into a high ponytail or bun.

Whatever style you choose, make sure to keep your hair looking healthy and hydrated by avoiding excessive heat styling and using a good hair product.

Steps:

Step 1: Choose hair type

Step 2: Section hair into small sections

Step 3: Divide each section in half once you have finished it

Step 4: Take the top part and twist it around the bottom part. Make sure you don't twist too tight, or the hair will be too tight to undo later. Repeat with all sections.

Step 5: Make a small hole at the end of each braid and thread a piece of elastic through it. Ensure the elastic is secured with a knot.

Blonde brown and black box braids

There are many different box braid styles that you can choose from, and blonde, brown and black box braids are two of the most popular options.

You can style these braids in a variety of ways to add some new texture and interest to your hair. Blonde brown and black box braids are good options to consider if you're looking for something new.

Steps:

Step 1: Section hair into small braids

Step 2: Apply a light coating of conditioner to the hair

Step 3: Section braids into small sections and secure with a hair tie

Step 4: Let the braids air dry for about an hour

Step 5: Preheat your hair dryer on medium heat and begin to braid the braids

Step 6: When you reach the end, secure with another hair tie and finish off with a hot iron

How to do black and brown box braids:

The best way to do box braids is to start with clean, conditioned hair. Part the hair into small sections, and then begin braiding each section. Keep the braids tight and secure, and use a braid sealant if needed. For more information on doing box braids, please see our tutorial here.

Best black and brown box braid styles:

Now that you know how to do black and brown box braids, it's time to choose a style. Here are 18 of our favorite styles for black and brown hair:

1. The Classic Box Braid: This is probably the most popular box braid style and is perfect for all occasions. You should divide your hair into four sections, and then braid each section separately. Keep the braids tight, and use a braid sealant if needed.

2. The Micro Box Braid: This style is perfect for those who want a more subtle look. Make sections of hair by parting it into four parts and braiding each section with tiny braids.

3. The French Braid: This style is perfect for those who want a little bit of elegance in their box braids. Start by parting the hair into three sections, and then french braid each section. Make sure to keep the braids tight, and use a braid sealant if needed.

4. The Dutch Braid: This style is perfect for those who want a more funky look. Start by parting the hair into three sections, then Dutch braid each section. Make sure to keep the braids tight, and use a braid sealant if needed. 

5. The Fishtail Braid: This style is perfect for those who want something a little different. Start by dividing the hair into 2 sections, and then fishtail braid each section. Make sure to keep the braids tight, and use a braid sealant if needed. 

6. The Waterfall Braid: This style is perfect for those who want a romantic look. Start by parting the hair into three sections and then braiding each section. Make sure to keep the braids tight, and use a braid sealant if needed.

7. The Goddess Braid: This style is perfect for those who want to feel like a goddess. Start by splitting the hair into four sections, and then goddess braid each section. Make sure to keep the braids tight, and use a braid sealant if needed.

8. The Crown Braid: This style is perfect for those who want a royal look. Start by sectioning the hair into two sections, and then crown braid each section. Make sure to keep the braids tight, and use a braid sealant if needed.

9. The Halo Braid: This style is perfect for those who want an angelic look. Start by parting the hair into 2 sections, and then halo braid each section. Make sure to keep the braids tight, and use a braid sealant if needed.

10. The Double Dutch Braid: This style is perfect for those who want a funky look. Then double Dutch braid each section of the hair after dividing it into four sections. Make sure to keep the braids tight, and use a braid sealant if needed.

11. The Side French Braid: This style is perfect for those who want a more elegant look. Divide the hair in half, and then french braid each side of the head. Make sure to keep the braids tight, and use a braid sealant if needed.

12. The Box Braid Mohawk: This style is perfect for those who want a funky look. The hair should be divided into four sections and box braiding each of these sections individually. Make sure to keep the braids tight, and use a braid sealant if needed.

13. The Crown of Curls: This style is perfect for those who want a more elegant look. Put your hair into two sections and then curl the two parts of your hair together. Make sure to use lots of hairsprays to hold the curls in place.

14. The Half Updo: This style is perfect when you need that extra oomph. Start by parting the front half of your hair while leaving the back half of your hair down. Use some hairspray to help secure the updo.

15. The Lace Front Top Knot: This style is perfect if you want to add volume to your top knot. Start by parting the top part of your hair into 3 sections. Then take one of the sections and pull it through the lace at the front of your head. Repeat with the other 2 sections.

16. The Mermaid Braid: This style works well for those who want to add volume to their hairstyle. Start by parting the bottom half of the hair into 4 sections. Then take the first section and cross over to the second section. Repeat this process until the ends of the hair have been trimmed. Repeat on the other side.

17. The Fishtail Braid: This style looks great for those who want to give their hair a little texture. Start by parting the lower third of the hair into three sections. Then take the center section and cross over the left side of the hair. Cross over again on the right side of the hair. Finally, cross over once more at the ends.

18. The Princess Braid: This style gives your hair a beautiful shine. Start by parting the entire length of the hair into two equal parts. Next, take the right side of the head and braid the hair upward. Once you get to the ends, tuck them under so they don't show.

So, what style will you choose for your black and brown box braids? These ideas should help you decide. Remember to keep the braids tight and use a braid sealant if needed. Above all, take pleasure in your new hairstyle. 

Conclusion

Whether you're looking for a subtle or more dramatic style, black and brown box braids are a great option. Check out the styles above to see which one is best suited to your needs.

And most importantly, don't forget to enjoy your new look. Let us hope that these are some ideas that have given you some inspiration.

Remember to keep the black and brown mixed box braids. If you're looking for a slightly more dramatic style, try out black and brown mixed box braids. These braids are thicker than regular box braids, and they can be done in various styles.

Thanks for reading. Please let us hear what you think about this list of the best box braids for black and brown hair in the comments section below. Try out some of the styles listed above to see which one is best for you. And most importantly, have fun with your new style. 🙂 

Bonnie J. Morris
 

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