Cornrows are another classic protective hairstyle that can be done on all lengths of hair. Kinky-curly natural hair is more fragile in comparison to straight hair and more prone to split ends breakage and dryness.
Among protective hairstyles for natural hair Havana twists stand out through grace and style.
Protective styles for long natural hair. Natural curlsand particularly type 4 coilsare already drier and prone to breakage so a great protective style can both help your hair retain moisture and help it grow faster. There has been a long standing myth among the natural hair community that the only way to grow long healthy hair is to use protective hairstyles. Box braids are probably the most common protective style for those with natural hair the name coming from the way in which the hair is parted.
Vibrant and youthful faux locs are particularly great when they are colorful. Start by sectioning out your hair then braiding your natural hair about one to two inches down from. These protective styles are extremely popular in our community.
Havana twists can be easily identified through the rope-like braiding technique an aspect that also leads to them being regarded as rope braids. The protective styles for natural hair braids that bundle up on top are great for winter school days for little girls. The twisted faux hawk is really a scenic protective hairstyle for relaxed transitioning or natural hair.
I have been doing this p. Read on to see a plethora of protective styles to keep natural hair healthy and vibrant. Then split that section into three even sections.
Ultra Violet in faux locs for natural hair of medium length is a cool fashionable example. The ever-popular twist-outs braid-outs and wash-and-go styles are pretty but after a few months of that Ive seen some of the most flourishing hair fall right to the floorThe breakage is real and dont even talk about winter. Photo Courtesy of karinabaileyrae.
Protective styles include but are not limited to twists braids updos and wigs. The cold winter air snaps our ends right off. Two-strand twists are one of the easiest protective styles for someone whos recently transitioned to natural hair.
Havana twists are made from a variety of twists and turns in your hair. Faux locs are a temporary protective style installed by twisting or braiding your real hair and then wrapping additional hair around the shaft of the braid or twist. Protective styles safeguard hair from the elements like summers.
An African style of wearing your hair just as the name suggests Ghana braids are long-lasting braids offering a way for you to have fabulous hair when time just isnt on your side. A lot of times added synthetic or human hair is added for even more versatility in color thickness length and appearance in texture. Cornrow Ponytail Cornrows on their own are a great protective style for your natural hair and they offer plenty of versatility.
And this is a smart idea to balance the volume with a long and thick twist. Among protective hairstyles for natural hair Havana twists stand out through grace and style. This styles elaborate pattern is achieved by.
First take a section of hair starting at the front of your head from the root. Easy Two Bun Protective Hairstyle on 4C Natural Hair Wilonda Previlon We love a double bun look especially when its just a little bit extra. For those new to the natural hair community protective styling involves putting your hair into a style that involves tucking your ends away from the atmosphere to protect them from damage whilst your.
The hairstyle includes chunky twists done with natural hair and extension. Bringing your cornrows up into a high or low ponytail is practical for winter and makes for an easily elegant style. Its a wonderful solution to thick hair.
Wrap the end of the strand around your finger for the perfect coiled ends. The above natural protecive style was silk pressed with a high-quality flat iron first then neatly braided into this wrapping crown halo bun updo that is made for a princess and perfect as a wedding hairstyle. But there are different versions of the style you.
With a total of 15 to 20 braids this style should only take you about three hours to complete. Simply separate your hair into small sections apply a leave-in conditioner and curling cream and twist your hair from root to tip. In this video Im showing you my go to protective style minismall twists that helped to grow out healthy natural hair.
These ones have simply been braided back and left loose at the nape of the neck at which point you could easily bun them up or wear them in a pony tail.