The most important thing about a braid out is basically the same as when you do a twist out: you need to make sure that when you take the braids out the hair is completely dry. It's like when you do a wet set. The curls won't stay put if you take the rollers out when the hair is still damp. This is really the biggest challenge of this hairstyle, the rest is super easy.
For the complete article: Braid out for Naturals with Braidlocs or Loose Hair
Ever wondered how women can wear a twist out longer than a day? Are you convinced that your hair isn't made to keep a your out styles longer than one day let alone two weeks? Then watch how Lurie does it. It could very well be your product choice.
For the complete article: 2 weeks Twists Out 4C hair
Rather than using heavy greases with ingredients that only make your hair feel sticky rather than flexible you are better of using a water based leave-in conditioner. A good one like the No More Knots will loosen the knots even before you begin untangling. So just spraying the leave in detangler in your hair will make combing your hair much easier. Then all you need to do is part the hair and use a wide tooth comb to finish the job.
For the complete article: How to untangle 4c Natural Hair
As with most things you just need to know a few tricks. Most important is that you start with clean hair and choose the right products.
Adenike from the Woven Wool Hair & body Experience choose the Curly Twist Out Hair Milk and the Curl Keeper. Just watch and see how easy it can be done.
For the complete article: A Twist Out with 4c Natural Hair
Farah, contestant of America's Next Natural Model Season 5 had never heard of the Kumba knot before but with a great amount of practice, she was able to perfect the natural hairstyle. She began to realize that the Kumba knot out really defines the curl pattern and minimizes frizz that she normally has with a twist out or a braid out.
For the complete article: Try the Kumba Out
Cornrows adorn my head on both sides coming to the middle, but not quite meeting. In the middle section of hair, one may choose to braid, twist, doodle or even just wear the middle as an afro or wash and go. I chose to twist my hair ones night and then braid it the next night creating a twisted braid out in the middle section of my hair.
For the complete article: Far-Fetched Changeable Hair Style
Wearing a designer dress made by Rodney Alexander's definitely makes me feel elegant. It was only natural for me to pair it with a chic updo and a sense of "attitude".
For the complete article: Chic Updo with a Sense of "Attitude"
Creating the perfect updo can be quite a challenge. It's important to create one that fits you,is durable, and adjustable. Furthermore, it should be perfectly placed, so that your hair and face are shown at their best! An updo says it all, and if the perfect style for most any occasion.
For the complete article: Super Twisted Natural Hair Style
No individual is one dimensional. As long as you represent who you are with love and respect and in the most beautiful manner, (no matter which side you feel like exposing and no matter what the masses have to say about it) you are being true to yourself...and that is nourishment for the soul. That is Miss Nappturality and that is me.
For the complete article: Going-Natural's No More Knots Tangle Teezer
The Valentine Afro
The afro is everything but boring. It is a style you just can't go wrong with. A style you can change from casual to chic. See how you can change your casual hair into a special Valentine's Afro.
For the complete article: Make an Afro for a special date
Professional, cute, sassy, and sexy all describes the braid-out style. This style is simple to create for those days when you want to change it up and elongate your natural tresses or achieve a wavy look. This style can also be used as a great transitioning style to avoid use of heat. This style is best created on freshly shampooed or no poo’d wet/damp hair.
For the complete article: Deep Wave Set-Braidout
Since February is Black History month why not celebrate our culture, heritage and nappy hair.
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