Celeb inspired Faux locs hairstyles 2022

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Faux Locs Hairstyles have been in a trend for a few years now and they sure are here to stay as well. They have become a popular choice among women and celebrities as well. Celebrities have chosen this style to wear at various events be it red carpets, performing in front of millions of people or just posing for a selfie on Instagram for their millions of followers.

With the year around the corner, we have curated a list of some of the celeb inspired faux Locs hairstyles that you can opt for if you wanting to fashion the look for a long time but haven’t done till yet.

 

HOTTEST CELEBS ROCKING FAUX LOCS STYLES

Rihanna

Rihanna never fails to surprise her millions of followers with her hairstyle choices. Take cue from these gorgeous waist length faux locs hairstyle that our badgal riri fashioned and almost broke Instagram with this photo of hers.

Rihana - crochet faux locs

Not only once, she has fashioned a faux locs hairstyle with bangs up to her eyebrows back in 2012 in the American Idol Finale too.

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Nicki Minaj

Nicki Minaj caught everyone’s attention when she debuted her blonde faux locs in the Y U Mad video back in 2011. It was one of her most iconic looks till date.

Nicki minaj - crochet faux locs

Meagan Good

Meagan good - crochet faux locs

Meagan Good has time and now served us a variety of major locs hairstyle goals. Her Faux locs hairstyle with a side shaved head caught everyone’s attention at the 2016 BET Awards.

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Her fresh set of blonde goddess locs caught everyone’s eye back at the premier of the movie The Star.

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She has also fashioned brown goddess locs with black roots at the red carpet of Essence Black women in Hollywood awards.

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And mentioning hairstyle goals, how can we forget the most iconic look of her in black goddess locs.

Zendaya

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Take inspiration from the Zendaya who rocked the Oscars Red carpet back in 2015 with a full head of jumbo faux locs.

Ciara

Ciara - crochet faux locs

Ciara’s long blonde faux locs extensions were the trendiest back in 2014 and you can not go wrong with them even now.

Tasha Smith

Tasha smith - crochet faux locs

Actress Tasha Smith slayed the red carpet in long luscious faux locs for the Lupus LA Orange Ball in 2015. You can never go wrong with long faux locs and they look every bit classy.

Blac Chyna

Blac chyna - crochet faux locs

Actress Blac Chyna, mother of two, rocked these gorgeous platinum blonde faux locs and take cue she has never looked more prettier than this. It’s a perfect color that will highly compliment darker skin tones to enhance their facial features.

Jessica Williams

Jessica williams - crochet faux locs

Who doesn’t like to play with a little color? The former Daily Show Correspondent showed off her beautiful lavender Faux locs hairstyles back in October. If you’re willing to take a little beauty risk, go ahead. It is going to pay off, trust us.

Yaya Dacosta

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Yaya Dacosta’s faux locs updo was everybody’s favorite hairstyle moment at the American Ballet Theatre’s 75th Anniversary Diamond Jubilee spring Gala. It will be a perfect hairstyle for the summers.

Tyra Banks

Tyra banks - crochet faux locs

This beautiful picture that Tyra posted on Instagram of herself captioning – Something new #locks #Fauxlocs. Could she look anymore stunning?

We hope that you must have found this article helpful. And it surely has given you some major hairstyle inspo. Don’t think much and just take cue from these celebrities and rock that faux locs mane. Trust us, faux locs is one of the most preferred hairstyle in the list of protective hairstyles. All the celebrities are sporting it. And there’s so much to choose from. With the summer season coming up, these faux locs hairstyles would be a perfect choice for you to protect your natural hair from the scorching heat and humidity.

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