There are plenty of hairstyles to choose from yet making a choice isn’t always easy. First you ask yourself “Can I do it myself or is it easy to do?”
As much as I like to look my best, I’m also a very low-maintenance girl. So when I was introduced to the Kumba Out style in this week’s challenge, I was excited to learn a style quick and easy enough for me to jazz things up on a regular basis. I started out with freshly washed, dry, and typically frizzy hair. I then divided my locks into medium-sized sections and braided them to keep them separate. Following Mireille’s advice, I spread the Going Natural Curl Keeper throughout each section before tightly twirling my strands and tucking the ends into the base. The Curl Keeper made it easy to comb and smooth out each section.
Chassity’s medium length natural hair is flat-twisted, inflattering patterns that match her bone structure and brings the hair together on the op of her crown. The hair is then twisted in larger twists then eloquently brought together in a bun. This offers options for versatility: the individual twists can playfully hang loose from the crown crown or she can puff it up by taking the twists out.