Do you want braids but are tired of getting the same kind every time, maybe it’s time to try peekaboo braids.
This beautiful trend can be done with knotless or box braids and even with cornrows. And it incorporates braiding using synthetic hair in a ‘regular’ color like black and then adding a section with pops of color.
So, if you’re in the mood to try something edgy or revamp your boring one-colored braids, here are some stunning and flattering color combinations to consider:
Green Peekaboo Braids
Let’s start strong with this beautiful eye-catching green. These braids are a playful and fun way to incorporate a bold and vibrant shade into your protective style, making you feel untouchable and beautiful.
Red Peekaboo Braids
If you like the vibrant red but want it to be a bit toned down, here’s one way you can do it. Rock it with a subtle red lip, and you’ll be breaking hearts everywhere you go.
Blue Peekaboo Braids
Blue is such a beautiful color on chocolate skin, and there are a variety of shades of blue for you to pick from.
You could also go for a lighter blue like this babe.
Blue X Blonde Peekaboo Braids With Beads
If you want to spice things up, try this blue x blonde peekaboo braid and bead combination. The beads elevate the style for a fun and edgy protective look.
Blonde Peekaboo Braids
If you are used to rocking a full head of blonde hair, this beautiful combination allows you to incorporate the blonde in a more subtle way. You can add some curly tendrils at the end a touch of pizzazz. With curly tendrils.
Brown Peekaboo Braids
Different shades of brown are perfect for someone who wants to try this style but prefers more earthy tones.
Peekaboo Goddess Braids
Y’all know bohemian braids go with everything. This green-black combo looks exquisite. Put them in a space bun like this queen here for a fun and spunky hairstyle.
Peekaboo Braids Purple
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Purple peekaboo braids are striking and unique in a way that shows off your personality. The contrast between the purple braids and black locs adds a touch of glam and sophistication, making you appear playful and cute.
Peekaboo Braids Pink
Yass girl! Bring your inner Barbie out! And doesn’t pink just ooze positive energy and girl power?
You could add some beads at the ends for a fun, bold summer peekaboo braid look like this babe.
Grey hair is no longer only for the older generation. This beautiful shade of grey allows you to use the color, and who knows, maybe next time, you’ll even decide to do a full head of it.
Burnt Orange Peekaboo Braids
Burnt orange looks phenomenal on melanated skin. It’s colorful but not too loud.
Blue X Red X Yellow Ombre
Do you love ombre-colored braids but still want to rock the peekaboo braids? Don’t worry. It’s still very doable and looks terrific.
Blue X Pink X Purple Peekaboo Braid Infusion
Here’s another ombre combination that we are sure you will love. The mix of blues, pinks, and purples is reminiscent of tasty ice cream.
The sun hitting your braids in this color combo will make you look like a real-life fairy.
Brown X Platinum Blonde Peekaboos
If you don’t want the base color of the majority of your braids to be black, consider this chocolatey brown color. You can then go bold and add some contrast by throwing in a couple of blonde braids for that peekaboo effect.
Peekaboo braids don’t have to be boring. You can always do some cornrows, curl the ends, and add curly tendrils and beads to make them more beautiful and unique.