Central Cee Hair (Detailed Look)

Written By Bakes

Avid writer on Men's Hair, Grooming, and Lifestyle!

The success of UK Drill has resulted in fans taking an interest into the artists of the genres lives which is no surprise that Central Cee hair and fashion is being searched for as a sense of inspiration.  

Whilst we have predominately covered US rappers with braids today we’re going across the pond detailing UK Based rapper Central Cee and his current hairstyle. 


Central Cee Hair Before and After

central Cee hair before and after


Before (At Time of Debut)

His first mixtape wild west was released in March 2021 along with multiple music videos. His mixtape cover as well as the visuals feature Central Cee hair in off scalp braids. 


After (Current Hairstyle)

For the majority of the masses Central Cee debuted his new look with the release of his song ungrateful. We see the young rapper getting a fade without his braids 



Central Cee Hair Gallery



During his braided phase we saw Central Cee alternate between 2 big braids and traditional cornrows. 

2 big braids

The protective style became a signature look for the rapper up until the point he decided to switch for a short curly look.



Off scalp Braids 

His first music cover features his hair in off scalp braids which may be a look most fans recognise him for. 

central cee hair in braids

Styled with a middle parting and boxed parts we can see central Cee in majority of his photos in this hairstyle. 



Top knot Hairstyle 

When he took a break from protective styling, we saw him tie his hair in a top knot hair style on occasion. 

topknot hairstyle

With his hair not in braids we can identify his hair type as a 2 or 3, this is due to his heritage with his mother being Irish whilst his father being Guyanese. 



Short Curls 

Today we see Central Cee sporting short curls along with a taper fade on the sides. Whilst he could revert back to braids we imagine he’s going to rock the look for a while! 

short curly hair

Use a deep conditioner or hair mask to ensure you lock in the curls!

The curlier your hair, the more additional moisture it requires.


How to Maintain your Braids

Having braids installed is a great feeling as it gives you a new look and confidence. To ensure you maximise your hairs lifeline it’s imperative the proper care and maintenance is applied to your braids. We have provided some tips below to ensure that they stay neat, tidy and clean.



Make sure Braids aren’t too tight

If you experience the pain of tight braids, this is your body informing you they need to be loosened or redone. Not only do tight braids damage your hair but you increase your chances of getting braid bumps and infected follicles which we want to avoid. This could lead to temporary or permanent hair loss, something we want to avoid of course!


Moisturize your scalp

We like to explain it like this, your scalp is an extension of your skin, and therefore it requires hydration and care. A good moisturizing routine helps it keep your hair bouncy, defined and healthy, but most important not dry. Find one best suited for your hair type.


Oil your Scalp

We mostly forget to apply oil on our scalp as were too busy focusing on the ends and length, yet it’s our scalp that hair grows from, therefore an oil routine is super important and non-negotiable.


Protect your hair while sleeping with a Durag

The main purpose of Du-rags and head wraps is to prevent stray hairs from becoming loose or tangled which creates the messy look. Protecting your hair at night keeps it in check.


Ensure you take your Hair out every 6 Weeks

As we mentioned before you’re going to have to ensure you let your hair breathe, then washed and it’s been advised for years that the 6 week mark is the sweet spot.

This is nothing short of good hygiene! Your hair has been exposed to multiple layers of dirt and environmental factors which requires up keep! Wash days are your best friend and it will repay you which shiny, clean hair.


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