Easy Natural Hair Protective Styles That Anyone Can Do!


by Emilia Obiekea of AdoreBotanicals.com

Learning how to style your hair, especially as a new natural, can feel like attempting to solve a Rubik's cube. Styling can be pretty discouraging. Here are some very simple styles that are guaranteed to alleviate protective styling frustrations.

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How to Do Senegalese Twists (The Easy Way!)


Jensine of YouTube.com/junglenaps writes:

A few months ago, in a wine-induced Amazon shopping spree, I bought four packs of Kanekalon hair. In the 12 years that I've been natural, I've never worked up the nerve to install Senegalese twists on my own hair. Sure, I've paid many stylists to do them for me, but I've never done them myself. In the past, I'd always been nervous about whether I had the right "skills" to take on the task.

So, with a little liquid courage, I jumped the gun and anxiously waited for my Kanekalon hair to arrive in the mail.

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The Secret to a Perfect Perm Rod Set on Natural Hair

 
by Charlene Walton of TexturedTalk.com

Installing perm rods is by far one of my favorite styles for my natural hair. For starters, the style can last up to five days which cuts down on how often you have to manipulate your hair. Secondly, I haven’t met a woman who doesn’t look fabulous with a head full of curls! So how can you achieve a perfect perm rod set on natural hair every single time? Keep reading…there are 9 easy steps you must live by.

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Natural Hairstyle | Twisted Chignon Updo


by Jensine from junglenaps.com

For those of us that live the #bun life during the cooler months, I have a fun way to switch things up. This classy style is perfect for a day at the office or school and my favorite part is that it can be done on “old” hair. Basically, this means that you don’t have to wash and set your kinks the night before. You can now say yes to more free time, while still looking chic in your updo.

This twisted chignon style is easy to create and it can be done in under ten minutes. All you need is one hair tie, a good amount of bobby pins, and an edge control product of your choice. In the following video, I show you in detail how I accomplish this style on my own hair. Give this style a try and let me know what you think in the comments section.

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