Are there any kanji that could be used to say afro and/or fro in traditional Chinese? If not, what about simplified Chinese? What are the characters?
I think the question has been misunderstood. Do you want the syllable 'fro' or the name of the hairstyle?
I don't think the syllable 'fro' can be represented in Chinese. You might approximate with 'folo' = '坲咯‘, 'afro' could then come out as 'a fo lo'='啊坲咯‘.
There is no syllable 'fro' or 'flo' in Chinese. I am often very amused when I see Chinese representations of English words. Makes you wonder what the Chinese are hearing. Does 'jia na da' sound like 'Canada'? Just came across this one, guess what it is: 'ying te er'
Then again, Chinese tones are a book with seven seals for me. 'hao' always sounds like 'hao' to me, whatever tone the exasperated teacher tries to teach me!