There is no one specific kind of “best” birth control out there. What I recommend to my students is understanding the different types of birth control or contraceptives, from the most effective to least effective – this just means how well it works in your body.
As you can see, at the very top are long-acting reversible contraceptives (LARCs) which just means they can last a long time (for example, ParaGard IUD up to 12 years and the Implant up to 3 years once inserted) but when a woman is ready to have a baby, she can have it taken out and get pregnant. The rest (the shot, the ring, the patch and the pill) require you to remember when to use them.
Picking a birth control option is a personal choice, but I encourage you to discuss with a medical provider and family too. Everyone’s body is different and how they react to a specific kind of birth control will depend on that. And as always, abstinence – not having sex is the only 100% effective way to avoid unintended pregnancy and STDs.